Five Science Experiments to do in Your Kitchen (With Videos!)

You have young children, and you’d like to get them interested in science and the natural world.  You also, of course, want to build fun family memories.  However, chemistry sets are way less interesting than you remember from your childhood, and you’re at a loss.  You’d like some simple projects you can do to demonstrate […]

Earth and Beyond: A Pictorial Journey

Space, the final frontier, with this pictorial journey we will boldly go where only lucky astronauts and the immense reach of a camera lens have gone before. We will gaze in wonder at some stellar sights, feeling very small in comparison to the vast expanse of space and very proud to be part of a […]

Amazing Videos: The Symphony of Science

The Symphony of Science is a musical project headed by John Boswell. The goal of the project is to bring scientific knowledge and philosophy to the public, in a novel way, through the medium of music. Science and music are two passions of him that he aims to combine, in a way that is intended […]

Project Tuva: Videos of Historic Feynman Lectures

Microsoft Research and Bill Gates Bring Historic Physics Lectures to Web: Microsoft Research, in collaboration with Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates, today launched Project Tuva, a web site that makes an acclaimed lecture series by the iconic physicist Richard Feynman freely available to the general public for the first time. The lectures, which Feynman originally […]

Quick Video: Zero Gravity Water Bubble and Alka Seltzer Experiment

Zero Gravity Water Bubble and Alka Seltzer Experiment, Don Pettit, NASA, 6th Expedition to the International Space Station, November 2002 to May 2003