Build your own line-tracking car with this fun DIY solder kit! Once completed, the car uses two optical sensors to detect contrast between light and dark; thus, if you draw a thick line on a sheet of white paper, the car will track the line and drive around on the path you've indicated.
Ferrofluid is an astonishing liquid that reacts in strange and unexpected ways to the influence of a magnetic field; using included magnets, you can spike, toss, drop, and pull the strange, smooth substance
Combining physics and art, the pendulum wave demonstration uses kinetic energy to create a beautiful art display. Can also be used to simulate phases, beats, and frequencies for classroom lessons and demonstrations.
A fully assembled, handsome and high-quality stirling engine - demonstrates properties of thermodynamics as heat energy is converted to mechanical/electrical energy - excellent for classroom demonstrations
This set contains 9 different minerals, each corresponding to a different position on the Moh's Hardness Scale; the kit includes white and glass streak plates, a penny, and a nail so you can test the hardness and color streaks for all your minerals
Discover physical laws with vehicles, machinery, and technical equipment across three scientific disciplines and five experiment types
Make cool models like a dragster, microscope, submarine, and more.