Use this popular, simple exercise to introduce some levity into the classroom and as an opportunity to demonstrate the importance of careful observations. Continue reading
After a brief absence and early morning appearances, you can catch the International Space Station at night as it crosses the sky. Here are the best viewing times across Canada. Continue reading
Please join us to celebrate art inspired by science made by students from Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute, £cole secondaire Toronto Ouest, and University of Toronto Schools
You can make giant bubbles using the right bubble solution and simple tools.
Everyone agrees that bubbles are totally cool. At Spangler Science, we love bubbles and will help you make all kinds and shapes and sizes of bubbles. Continue reading
He was the king of food psychology, even influencing how American schools offer lunches to their students. So why has Dr. Brian Wansink fallen from grace? And what lessons can we learn about how scientific research should be conducted? And exactly who are “the data detectives”? Continue reading
What is a fissure? Why are so many earthquakes occurring? We look at some of the science behind Hawaii’s most recent volcanic activity. Continue reading
To make a crewed Mars mission possible, there are incredibly complex problems that need to be solved. Here are some of the things at the top of NASA’s to-do list, and how engineers and psychologists are figuring them out. Continue reading