Bring the 2nd law of thermodynamics to life using this device that can act as a refrigerator or a heat engine. Immerse the two aluminum legs in baths of different temperatures, and produce electrical energy that turns the turbine! Unplug the banana jacks and measure the voltage output with a multimeter. A teacher guide is included, making it a perfect option for classroom lessons.
Note: Photo shows 2 water baths for demonstration purposes only. Water baths not included.
This hanging Galileo thermometer is a gorgeous way to display the temperature outdoors!
Use this kit to conduct experiments with models to learn about forces and simple machines!
Build a tumbling robot that gets up right after it has fallen down, without any outside help!
The Hoberman Sphere expands and contracts with a magical motion so fluid and simple that kids can't help but play with it for hours.
Perform awesome experiments using everyday materials found in any kitchen!
Is it a demonstration of a scientific law or a work of art?