Missing winter? Fake snow is what you want!

UnknownWinter has now passed, but some of you might still miss cold and snow…No problem! We have what you are looking for.

You can make some fake snow at home in few seconds. The only things you need are:

  • a superabsorbent polymer (e.g. sodium polyacrylate, which can be obtained by cutting a nappy)
  • water.

Wondering about how to do it? Have a look at this video!


Molecular ice cream

UnknownWant to learn how to make ice cream in a more scientific way?

The principles of molecular gastronomy can help you with this! Read the recipe here and find out everything about the chemistry of ice cream in this interesting article!

Hydrogels to grow plants

Can you use disposable nappies to grow plants?

The answer is simple and we recommend you to try this nice experiment at home! Nappies can absorb a huge amount of water thanks to little polymer particles dispersed into the cotton. When they get in contact with water, they absorb it and swell forming a hydrogel.unknown

The water incorporated can be released and used to grow plants…..Want to see how? Check this out!

All you need is:

  • nappies
  • scissors
  • some seeds or a plant.

An experiment you can drink!

Want to do an experiment and to play around the kitchen? Look no further and try this easy experiment that plays with different densities in order to build a very pretty and tasty drink!

Try this with the ingredients suggested, or create your own, the concept is simple and the possibilities are endless!

Read more here!


Make slime at home

This experiment is super easy, quick and everyone can do it!


You will only need some shampoo and a freezer! Follow these instructions and make your own slime: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1HgKBoYCr18


Glowing bouncy egg

Make your own glowing bouncy egg with this experiment!

You will only neggeed an egg and some vinegar….Find out how to do it watching this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-BpS-PjiqI


Fireballs in chemistry lab

Do not try this experiment at home, but have a look at this nice video to see how easy it is to make fireballs from nitrocellulose!