Science Sunday: Outrageous Reptiles

Here at the Science Center, we have a blue-tongued skink named Pat. Pat is known as a mimic because he himself is not poisonous or venomous, but he is mimicking another reptile that is- a death adder. Pat did not make a conscious choice to mimic this deadly predator, it was a random mutation that …

Science Sunday: Science Behind Cracking an Egg

This Sunday morning, as you make scrambled eggs or incorporate a couple of eggs into your pancakes, take a closer look at your egg cracking technique. In this edition of Science Sunday, Mark and Aoife crackdown on a scientific way to break open an eggshell.  When you crack an egg on the edge of a …

Science Sunday: Electromagnets

In this magnetizing segment of Science Sunday, Mark and Aoife show you how to turn a magnet on and off, as well as highlight the different types electromagnets we encounter in our lives. Unlike a regular magnet, an electromagnet runs on electricity, which means you can change the strength of the magnet by controlling how …

Science Sunday: Dog Days of Summer

Ever wonder what our dogs see as they explore the world? In this week’s Science Sunday, Mark and Aoife talk about the differences between dog and human vision with eye anatomy models and a specially-designed camera to let you see how your dog sees.  https://www.wfsb.com/weather/science_sunday/ If you want to learn more about the science behind …