This discussion about the physical properties of flamenco guitars is full of good vibes.
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Not a Florida public school educator?
This science educator floats a teaching idea about neutral buoyancy and density.
Let these thoughts about ocean density really sink in!
Glass is the clear choice for deep ocean research probes, if you know what shape to use.
In the dark about chemistry and conductivity? See the light as this chemist explains a great demonstration.
Parades always have many exciting elements. This one is no exception.
Statistical analysis played an essential role in using microgravity sensors to determine location of caves in Wakulla County.
Learn how boat design can become an engineering challenge utilizing 3D printing!
Shrinky Dinks for science! Students learn about the properties of Shrinky Dinks by finding their mass, volume, and density before and after shrinking.
Many students are initially daunted by the periodic table, but this science teacher has an idea to chip away at their intimidation by building atomic models.
Want a clean sound in your recording? Oxidation will test your mettle. Make sure you choose the right material for the job.
Coleman Mackie explains how tree density played a role in sinking old-growth timber and how it plays a role in recovery of those trees from Florida rivers.
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