CD hovercraft

This simple experiment shows how you can make a floating CD using ordinary tools.

The mysterious Northwest Passage

A possible sea route connecting the northern Atlantic and Pacific Oceans was sought for centuries. This video is about John Franklin’s tragic expedition.

Fruit-power battery

Watch how a few lemons can produce electricity.

Rising water

Another cool but easy science experiment you can do at home.

Anti-gravity water

This experiment shows how a handkerchief can hold a glass of water.

Tea bag rocket

You can make a cool rocket, using a tea bag and a little fire.

Water thermometer

An easy way to make your own thermometer at home!

The discovery of America

America was discovered by several groups before the Europeans arrived, but was forgotten after. One thing is sure: Columbus was not the first one.

Istanbul – An Eastern metropolis heading for the West

One of the most important cities in history is the largest metropolis in present-day Turkey.

The brown bear

Let’s see how a bear, which the most popular chidren's toy was modelled after, lives in real life.

The European beech

The term beech is used for several species of trees growing from North America to Asia, i.e. all over the northern temperate zone.

Clothing in Turkey

Women’s clothing varies from country to country in the Muslim world. Let’s take a look at the example of Turkey.

The production of ethylene and its reaction with bromine water (observation)

Ethylene, produced by the heating of polyethylene, changes the colour of bromine water.

The math behind the lottery

A lot of people have certainly dreamt about winning the lottery. But how big is that chance? Let’s do some math!

How high can we build?

What is the potential maximum height that a man-made building or structure can reach?

Inside a Bag of Potato Crisps

Let's find out what is inside a bag of potato crisps!

Home-made compass

This experiment shows how to make a home made compass.

Water polo

Water polo is a team water sport played all over the world. It was among the first Olympic team sports.

Oasis

An oasis is an isolated area of vegetation in a desert, typically surrounding a spring or similar water source, such as a pond or small lake.

Hellenistic period: Alexandria

Alexander the Great founded a number of new cities as administrative centres in which Greek culture blended with Egyptian and Persian influences.

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