Slime Art | Science Experiments | Steve Spangler Science

How to make Art from Slime

We all know that playing with slime is one of the best things in the world.  But, what do you do when you’re done.  You can put it into a zip-lock bag and save it for later, or you can make Slime Art.  What exactly is Slime Art?  Well, once you leave slime out to dry it will turn into an amazing piece or sculpture.

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Amazing 9 Layer Density Tower – SICK Science! | Science Experiments | Steve Spangler Science

Density differences cause objects to “float” in liquids that are already stacked on top of each other.

With this science-magic trick, you’ll put a new spin on our famous Density Column demonstration. First, you’ll discover how to stack nine layers of liquids on top of each other. That alone looks really cool, but then you take it up a notch by making different solid objects “float” in the middle of all those cool looking stacked liquids. You’ll surprise yourself and your friends with what you can do with the 9-Layer Density Tower.

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‘David is an astronaut now’: Canadian blasts off on mission to International Space Station

Canadian David Saint-Jacques made his maiden voyage into space, joining Russian and American teammates for a launch from Baikonur, Kazakhstan. Here’s what you need to know

Source: ‘David is an astronaut now’: Canadian blasts off on mission to International Space Station

Use of PTC Paper – submitted by Dave Gervais, Chair STAO Safety Committee

Introduction:

Since its discovery in 1932, PTC paper has been a popular activity for students studying genetics. It is used to determine the genotypes of individuals, and is bitter tasting. It has been tied to the evolutionary advantage allowing some primates to detect toxins in a potential food. Foods containing PTC like substances may be avoided by tasters (broccoli, water cress).

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