101 incredible experiments for the shed scientist: fascinating fun with everyday objects

This funny and enchanting book bubbles with fantastical tricks, experiments and inventions - all of which can be conjured up from the seemingly innocuous world of the garden shed.

Filled with over 100 ingenious projects, this book is guaranteed to interest and illuminate. Students can make slime, create glow-in-the-dark gherkins, make a teabag fly, build a static electricity flea circus, erect a homemade power station, construct a can crusher, create a hologram, make square bubbles or extract DNA from food. This book is a treasure trove of bright ideas that will bring out the secret sorcerer and scientist in everyone.

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Author(s)Rob Beattie
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Shelf referenceA 507.8 BEA
Direct URLhttps://www.stem.org.uk/x887k

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