Visualizing How Current and Voltage Behave in a Mag Loop Antenna

Ace electrical engineer, Jeri Ellsworth, is back to deep-nerding science and technology on YouTube. Read more on MAKE The post Visualizing How Current and Voltage Behave in a Mag Loop Antenna appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Make… […]

Visualizing How Current and Voltage Behave in a Mag Loop Antenna

Ace electrical engineer, Jeri Ellsworth, is back to deep-nerding science and technology on YouTube. Read more on MAKE The post Visualizing How Current and Voltage Behave in a Mag Loop Antenna appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Make… […]

Adventures in (Almost) Making Your Own Gecko Tape

Experimenting with making a tape inspired by the design of gecko feet. Read more on MAKE The post Adventures in (Almost) Making Your Own Gecko Tape appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers. […]

Making Your Own Solar Cells from Powdered Donuts?

Make a photovoltaic solar cell using common household items… and donuts! Read more on MAKE The post Making Your Own Solar Cells from Powdered Donuts? appeared first on Make: DIY Projects and Ideas for Makers. […]

8 Projects to Inspire Your Next Science Fair Experiment

Fun projects to spark your ideas for this year’s science fair

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The Weird Science of the Hot Nickel Ball

To me, this is citizen science at its reckless best. Very dangerous, don’t try this at home unless you’re a pro, type of stuff, but still fascinating to watch. The series, called “Red Hot Nickel Ball,” on the YouTube Channel Car… […]

Watch a 6-Year-Old Build a Cloud Chamber to Detect Cosmic Rays

The only thing better than watching an entertaining science project and learning something new is watching and learning it from someone a quarter of my age. Samantha, 6, explains in the video below how to quickly and easily build a “cloud chamber,”… […]