Science Sunday: Experimenting with Colors

We are talking all about colors on this edition of Science Sunday, and this is an activity we encourage you to try along with us at home. The supplies you will need are: a blue-colored pencil, a red-colored pencil, red and blue filter paper, and a piece of regular printer paper. Now that you have …

Science At Play: Heat Powered Turbine

So making a heat-powered turbine sounds complicated, right? Not as complicated as you may think. Today, we are going to show you how some candles, tin foil, and a wooden stick can create a turbine. Take a guess of how you think this might work, then watch the full segment below to learn more. Materials …

Science At Play: Balance Challenges

Hi everyone and welcome back to another Science At Play! We are so excited to bring you another science activity you can try at home with your friends and family. Today, we are talking all about balance. How well can you balance? Do you think you can pass our course of balance challenges? If you …

Kid Inventor Spotlight: Ryan and the Mask Manager 2000

Here at the Connecticut Science Center, we are so proud to partner with Connecticut Invention Convention to highlight kid inventors from around our state. Throughout the year, we spotlight students who have participated in Connecticut Invention Convention in our Invention Dimension gallery. We are so excited that we can highlight these amazing students in a series of inspiring recorded …