Crush a can using only air! Discover how our lungs work. How does a plane fly? This demonstration is an introduction to air pressure and Bernoulli’s principle.
Let anatomy amaze you. Observe as an educator dissects a cow eye while explaining its different parts and functions. Can cows see color? Do our eyes change over time?
Chemistry is at its coolest when it's put to action! Witness four different types of chemical reactions. See colorful flames, a foam fountain, and a rainbow in a tube!
Meet Rat Team SMV and learn about operant and classical conditioning as you watch two rats play basketball – no we aren’t kidding.
Animated images of atmospheric storms, climate change and ocean temperature are shown on the sphere, illuminating sometimes complex environmental processes in a captivating way.
View stunning NASA images of our solar system as you tour through the night sky.
View weather, earthquakes, snow cover, ocean temperature and more in near real time. Find out how scientists collect this data.
Watch the movement of land masses on Earth from 600 million years ago to today as you explore plate tectonics that shape our world.
Investigate the relationship between the Earth, Moon and Sun. Patterns and cycles such as day and night, seasons, and moon phases will be introduced.
Explore the basic relationships between the Sun and the Earth.
What is Earth’s ultimate energy source? Follow the distribution of heat around the planet as you investigate ocean currents. How do scientists monitor the Earth’s atmosphere
See 20,000 volts in action at this hair-raising demonstration.
How do solids, liquids, and gases react to extremely cold temperatures? What is Absolute Zero?
How do we discover science? Learn how scientists make inferences and conclusions based on their observations. Identify objects inside of a box without looking at them by using logic and reasoning.