With this simple science experiment, you will extract a submerged coin without touching the water. To help you, use a candle, a lighter, and a glass. With a touch of science, any magic trick is possible. Use this trick to surprise your friends, family, and teachers. […]
Does water always mix with water? You might be tempted to say yes. But the truth is that certain parameters such as temperature and gravity can prevent two solutions of the same nature from mixing. With this experiment, you will understand everything! […]
Do you want to send secret messages to your friends, without anyone else being able to read it? Or even send a secret invitation to a lover? Play with light and color transmission to hide your messages. It’s your turn to play! […]
Red cabbage juice is ideal for studying color indicators. Anthocyanin, a molecule found in red cabbage, changes color depending on the pH. It’s up to you to find out which of the different substances in the house is acidic or basic. […]
Marine currents are natural phenomena essential to the survival of marine ecosystems. They are the result of the phenomenon of convection.
A phenomenon that you can easily recreate at home with this easy to do experiment. […]
Do you know how food is digested in your stomach? It’s thanks to tiny little molecules called enzymes. In other words, proteins that can break down everything you swallow into microscopic pieces. How about experimentally observing digestion in your kitchen with … a pineapple and gelatin? Pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain, which is used to tenderize meat, among other things. […]