Science Sunday: Density

We are trying to solve a mystery on this weekend’s edition of Science Sunday. Look at the picture of this bottle with liquid and beads inside. The beads are suspended right in the middle of the bottle. How is this possible? Well, it all comes back to density. The liquid inside looks like it’s just …

Science Sunday: Hydrogen Fuel Cells

This edition of Science Sunday is all about a really awesome alternative energy source- hydrogen fuel cells. Hydrogen fuel cells can be used to power cars, as another alternative to clean energy and electric cars. What you may not know is that there are hydrogen fuel cell refueling stations located across the state of Connecticut …

Science Sunday: How Telegraphs Work

Today, almost everyone you see owns a smartphone, but the smartphone did not magically appear overnight. It has taken time to get to where we are today in the field of long-distance communication. Do you know where it all started? Well, on this edition of Science Sunday, we are going to explore the device that …

Science Sunday: Playing an Instrument without Touching It

On this edition of Science Sunday, we are making music without even touching the instrument we are playing. No, this is not magic. It is a theremin. How does this work? The theremin has an electromagnetic field around it, with two antennas located in different spots on the instrument. Each antenna serves a different purpose, …