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My path to building a low-cost, DIY thermal imager kit
If you can find the exact layout of stars for a special night, you can make a pretty cool present: a glowing LED model of the night sky
Locate the sun on overcast days with this ingenious Viking invention.
Wow your friends with this simple to pull trick. Using the first law of thermodynamics, make it seem like you can magically defy gravity.
Built this platform, mount something on top, and move it in any direction you please.
As these bath bombs fizz, the rose petals disperse into the water and the lavender scent fills your bathroom. The recipe also has salt to soothe the skin.
Make this low-cost centrifuge to extract DNA on your desktop.
Collecting data for aerial imaging and remote sensing have never been easier.
Create renewable, carbon-neutral electrical power from bacteria.
Extract DNA from strawberries in this science experiment you can drink.
Air conditioning is simpler than you'd think. Build a simple battery-powered portable cooler to stay fresh in the summer.
For years I’ve wanted to set up a weather station in my backyard, but I’ve balked at the cost of those expensive kits.
When you drink soda, bubbles of carbon dioxide (CO2) cause the tingling sensation on your tongue.
Create a simple light detector to create a light pollution survey of your town or county to find out where your local dark sites are.
Learn this party trick first pioneered by the ancient trickster/tinkerer Ctesibius. The siphon in this cup will quickly teach you a lesson in moderation.
The PiKon telescope is an open source, 3D printed, Raspberry Pi telescope supported by a growing community of amateur scientists.
Use an Arduino and an H-bridge motor circuit to build an automatic can crusher
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