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Coffee chemistry — science says which roast provides the best pick-me-up.

Coffee chemistry — science says which roast provides the best pick-me-up.

The Science Behind Fireworks - How do they create the brilliant colors and patterns? | Steve Spangler Science

The Science Behind Fireworks - How do they create the brilliant colors and patterns?

LAB EQUIPMENT by rachel ignotofsky_905

An illustration by Rachel Ignotofsky This playful info-graphic shows almost all of the lab equipment you could ever dream of.

Organic electricity...from lemons? - Electric Lemon #science experiment

A great family activity, and fun for all ages, our Electric Lemon science experiment is a crowd pleaser that the most inquisitive of minds will enjoy.

Quick 15 second video showing fermentation by yeast. Very funny and great way to simplify the process

An animated depiction of the fermentation process, where yeast cells ingest sugars to produce carbon dioxide and ethanol. This process has been employed for thousands…

Very funny FREE lab safety video from Flinn Scientific of what NOT to do!  Your students will have a blast trying to see who can find the most mistakes!

Very funny FREE lab safety video from Flinn Scientific of what NOT to do! Your students will have a blast trying to see who can find the most mistakes! Teacher acts this out.

Here's a page with all kinds of examples of what NOT to do in a science lab. Students can discuss what is wrong and how to fix the mistakes by following apporopriate safety rules.

Great as a Do Now or Exit Ticket where students circle something they shouldn't do in a science lab and write what would be the safe thing to do instead

As science teachers, it is our responsibility to bring science to life for our students by exposing them to as much lab work and experimentation as possible, while maintaining a very safe environment.

Lab Safety Scavenger Hunt: Safety Activity for First Visit to the Lab

Buckyballs form up into quasicrystal layer - from Chemistry World

Fullerenes can form penrose tile patterns on the surface of quasicrystalline alloys

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