Louis Pasteur was a French chemist who proved that germs cause disease, developed vaccines for anthrax and rabies and created the process of pasteurization.
Is Christmas too slow in coming? Why not liven things up with a little fun and interesting science? These activities are sure to while away some of those holiday doldrums.
In this holiday science experiment, find out what dyes were used to make your favorite colorful candies.
George Washington Carver was a prominent American scientist and inventor who developed hundreds of products using peanuts and other plants.
In these experiments, you will be making some observations that will help you gain a better understanding of weather.
In this experiment, you will determine the relative humidity using wet-bulb and dry-bulb thermometers. Such a device is called a psychrometer.
James Watson was a pioneer molecular biologist who, along with two other scientists, was awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering the double helix structure of the DNA molecule.
Rosalind Franklin was a scientist whose contributions to the discovery of the shape of the DNA molecule went uncredited for many years.
There are several types of science fair projects. Make sure you understand the rules and procedures when selecting a topic.
These fun science experiments for kids are perfect to do outside where spills don’t matter, and a plastic wading pool makes a perfect laboratory.
Children are natural scientists. Here are some easy science experiments for kids. These teach them about the world around them.