What do wine glasses and wedding rings have to do with Physics?
This is what happens when you put to much quickly expanding foam inside a pumpkin!
Our Extreme Scientist, Jesse, talks about the chemistry of disappearing inks. She has a little surprise for Chris near the end.
How does an antacid ease the pain of an upset stomach?
Get an upclose look at a set of lungs and the heart from a pig. The inflated lungs are amazing!
A steel pipe filled with propane gas can demonstrate some interesting properties of sound.
A tremendous amount of energy is released when you allow hydrogen and oxygen gas to combine to form water. Check out this demonstration.
We are celebrating Chemistry Week with all sorts of activities you need to check out!
The self carving pumpkin is featured in our special Spooky Science demonstration this weekend as we get geared up for Halloween.
Halloween is just around the corner and making a batch of edible blood is a great way to spend the day in your kitchen with the kids. If you’re gearing up for Halloween and are in need of some fake blood, there is no reason to go out and pay a lot of money for [...]
Using the seaweed extract, sodium alginate, and a solution of salty water you can create something that looks like worms in seconds. Normally alginate is used as a food thickener for things like jellies, jams and pie fillings. That doesn’t mean you can’t play with it to make noodle-like “worms” and tiny spheres that look like [...]
During the month of October visitors will be able to dissect an actual cow eye in the science studio at Imagination Station. This is an amazing experience that you have to check out. Learn more in the video below or in this recent Toledo Blade article about our Spooky Science event.
Magnesium metal is used in some fireworks to create brilliant white sparks. Those sparks are created as the metal reacts with oxygen in the air. While carbon dioxide is generally used to put out fires, it turns out that magnesium can also react with carbon dioxide to produce a brilliant flame.
It’s the classic summer experiment – mentos candies dropped into a 2 liter bottle of cola.