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October 29, 2017


two carved pumpkins

Halloween Round-Up

Here's some spooky science from our archives to get you in the Halloween spirit.

October 25, 2017


white slime on a desk

Basic Slime Recipe

Here's a very basic slime recipe that you can make to get in the Halloween spirit!

October 25, 2017


white slime on a desk

A Moment of Slime

Learn how to make some cool non-Newtonian fluids.

October 18, 2017


a slug in grass

Animal Slime

We discuss some of the slimes that are naturally made by animals.

October 4, 2017


King Tut's iconic golden mask

Tutankhamun And The Incan Ice Maiden

In the spirit of Halloween, an AMOS introduction to famous mummies.

October 29, 2013


Scene from a shadow puppet play featuring scary flying creatures.

Monster Madness

Monster madness starts at the age of 3, when a child's imagination starts to run wild.

October 29, 2011


Dry ice sublimating from a glass with blue liquid

Get Your (Mad) Science On This Halloween!

Fill your weekend with family-friendly, Halloween-inspired science and math activities!

October 28, 2011


Sea Urchin

The Surreal World of Sea Urchins

French filmmaker, Jean Painlevé, ushers us into the disconcerting realm of echinoderms.

October 24, 2011



Pteromerhanophobia: When The Sky Attacks

There are some things the human body hasn't evolved to do. Supersonic ejection is one of them.

October 14, 2011


A full moon that appears large and orange hovers in the London sky

The Science Of The Harvest Moon

Why is that autumn moon so bright? The Earth isn't receiving anymore light than usual, the timing is just different!

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