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Fun with soap bubbles and dry ice!

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Have you ever heard a gummy bear roar? It takes a little bit of chemistry, and it’s not pretty...

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U-Tsu-Shi-O-Mi is an interactive "mixed reality" humanoid robot, originally developed by NTT DoCoMo, which appears as a computer-animated character when viewed through a special head-mounted display.

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Observe how Rubidium and Cesium react when exposed to water.

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The McGurk Effect is a great example of how the visual information received by the brain sometimes trumps the auditory information.

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In the 1900s radiation poisoning was relatively unknown, so manufactures painted dials with radioluminescent paint (containing radium) in order to make them glow in the dark. This video shows how radioactive a 1950s Timex watch still is.

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The Zcorp 510 can print in colour… and in three dimensions!

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Using a plasma arc to create compression waves instead of the traditionally boring magnets and cones, the pitch is altered by the constantly shifting intensity of the plasma arc.

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Complete a simple task with a complex machine in 20 or more ridiculous steps...in this case to build a hamburger with patty, two vegetables, and two condiments. That is the challenge at this Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.

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This video examines the properties of potassium including how it reacts with water.

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