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An easy way to make your own thermometer at home!
One of the most important cities in history is the largest metropolis in present-day Turkey.
Let’s see how a bear, which the most popular chidren's toy was modelled after, lives in real life.
Another cool but easy science experiment you can do at home.
A lot of people have certainly dreamt about winning the lottery. But how big is that chance? Let’s do some math!
Using some water, you can easily make a fireproof balloon at home.
See how you can reverse an image using a glass of water.
A little electricity from a charged balloon causing the cornstarch mixture to move towards the balloon.
Due to the temperature differences the liquids do not mix.
Have you ever seen the sound of music?
Let's make the typical colour of the coke disappear!
Water polo is a team water sport played all over the world. It was among the first Olympic team sports.
With this little balance trick, you can amaze your friends using a toothpick, a spoon, a fork and a simple glass.
This simple experiment shows how you can make a floating CD using ordinary tools.
Watch how the glass acts like a true magnet.
Mammals are the most developed representatives of the animal kingdom. Let’s find out more about these animals with such diverse habitats.
A film about the fruit at the heart of winemaking.
This video presents the consequences of the Earth’s overpopulation, the antecedents of the phenomenon and the population figures of our day.
Watch this video to find out what problems a metropolis has to face today.
Water is one of the most important substances on Earth. Let’s take a look at its characteristics!