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Arizona Science Center: Online Learning
Arizona Science Center

Check out the Arizona Science Center’s new virtual science center.

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Arizona Science Center: Flinker DIY - Experiment with Neutral Buoyancy
Arizona Science Center

Can you experiment with the forces of gravity and buoyancy to create a diver who remains suspended in the middle of the water container?

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Arizona Science Center: Strawberry DNA Extraction
Arizona Science Center

With the Strawberry DNA experiment, you’ll extract, isolate, and observe the DNA of a strawberry in a matter of minutes.

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Arizona Science Center: Vinegar Volcano
Arizona Science Center

This classic science experiment can help demonstrate a simple chemical reaction.

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Arizona Science Center: Engineer a Bridge
Arizona Science Center

Constructing an Animal Bridge. With this activity, we will be creating a bridge that will support your animal friends and keep them safe!

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Arizona Science Center: Backyard Bugs
Arizona Science Center

In this activity, you will simulate the moon in order to guide bugs right where you want them so that you can see them all up close and personal!

Arizona Science Center: Apple Mummies
Arizona Science Center

Mummification has been around for thousands of years, being conducted by humans, and by nature!

Arizona Science Center: Space Helmet
Arizona Science Center

A space helmet is vital for any astronaut traveling into space.

Lowell Observatory: Elizabeth Langdon Williams
Lowell Observatory

 In 1905, Percival Lowell hired her as a “computer,” i.e., a person who manually performs calculations, and she began work in his Boston office.

Arizona Science Center: Cookie Excavation
Arizona Science Center

Introduce kids to archaeology by excavating the chocolate chips or candies out of a cookie.

Arizona Science Center: Anti-Gravity Gyros
Arizona Science Center

Explore ways to overcome gravity by building and testing an anti-gravity device.

Lowell Observatory: Women in Astronomy
Lowell Observatory

For Women’s History Month, we are focusing on three women who are represented in our collections: Dr. Elizabeth Roemer, Wrexie Louise Leonard, and Elizabeth Langdon Williams.

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