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03Apr 2020

Here is the latest experiment in our ‘home science for kids’ series – how to make your own balloon-powered car. **You will need an adult to help you to build this car** Equipment; An empty water bottle Four plastic bottle caps (or you could use four tealights like we did) Two straws A wooden skewer […]

27Mar 2020

Here is another fun science experiment to try in our ‘Home Science for Kids Series’. So here goes… here is how to make a lava lamp with home ingredients to demonstrate density. Equipment; A tall jar, glass or an empty pop bottle Vegetable oil (if you have some used oil this will work, just sieve […]

23Mar 2020

With the majority of students being asked to stay at home now, we thought it would be useful to put together some fun and easy home science experiments… starting with this density experiment! Equipment; Three empty jars One tall glass or jar A small measuring jug 100ml golden syrup 100ml sunflower or cooking oil Some […]

17Mar 2020

At Lascells we like to keep you up to date with the latest news and insight from the world of science and physics! Here’s a look at some of the most interesting and compelling physics updates that have been trending over the past few weeks – enjoy! Did German physicists accidentally discover dark matter in […]

19Feb 2020

We want to keep you up to date with the latest news and insight from the world of science! Here’s a look at some of the most interesting stories that have been trending over the past couple of weeks – enjoy! New droplet-based electricity generator: A drop of water generates 140V power, lighting up 100 […]

03Feb 2020

Everyday new science theory is being uncovered. To ensure that you’re up to date with the latest news and insight from around the world we’ve pulled together some top stories that have been trending this past week. Did Scientists Finally Solve the Impossible Physics Riddle? The universe just keeps expanding—but gravity doesn’t slow it down. […]

21Jan 2020

New discoveries are always being uncovered in the world of physics! We want to make sure that you’re up to date with the latest news and insight in the science world, so we’ve pulled together some top stories from around the globe that have been trending in January. Physics in the 2020s: what will happen […]

14Jan 2020

Let’s talk electricity. We use electric devices like lights, radios, mobile phones and computers etc. every day. We connect these devices to a socket in the wall or load them with batteries, but what exactly is electricity? To understand electricity, we first need to examine the atom. Atoms are the basic building blocks of all […]

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