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  1. Airzooka Air Cannon

    Airzooka Air Cannon

    This amazing new vortex launcher sends a strong blast of air all the way across the room! Learn More

    Product # P8-5700

  2. Newton's Apple

    Newton's Apple

    Sir Isaac Newton was inspired by the fall of an apple when he developed his theory of gravity. Your students can perform their own gravity and motion experiments with Newton's Apple! Learn More

    Product # P1-1019

  3. Reversible Thermoelectric Demonstrator

    Reversible Thermoelectric Demonstrator

    Bring the 2nd Law of Thermodynamics to life using this reversible device that can act as a refrigerator or a heat engine. Immerse the two aluminum legs in baths of different temperatures, and produce electrical energy that turns the turbine! Learn More

    Product # P6-2700

  4. UV Detection Kit

    UV Detection Kit

    UV - Ultraviolet Light - Detection Kit contains our cool UV meter combined with our very popular color change UV beads. Be prepared when spending time outdoors and have fun doing it! Learn More

    Product # P3-6520

  5. Fire Syringe

    Fire Syringe

    A Smokin' example of Charles's Law. Using the Fire Syringe to compress air into a smaller volume is a classic example of how rapidly doing work on a gas results in an increase in temperature. Learn More

    Product # P1-2020

  6. Flying Pig

    Flying Pig

    Add some excitement to your lessons on circular motion with the Flying Pig. Suspended from the ceiling, his wings flap and carry him in a regular circle. Learn More

    Product # P4-2165

  7. Fountain Connection

    Fountain Connection

    Hero of Alexander described his compressed-air fountain principle in the first century A.D., but it took the invention of the two-liter soda bottle to make it this easy to demonstrate. Learn More

    Product # P8-6000

  8. Stirling Engine

    Stirling Engine

    Visually demonstrate the conversion of thermal energy into mechanical work to create electrical energy! Learn More

    Product # P6-7100

  9. Dropper Popper

    Dropper Popper

    The ultimate "Super Ball" is really only half a ball! Turn this popper inside out and drop it. The stored energy is released upon impact, and the popper bounces higher than your head! Learn More

    Product # P6-6075

  10. Super Bottle Rocket Launcher

    Super Bottle Rocket Launcher

    The one piece bottle rocket launcher that can launch a 2-liter soda bottle up to 100 feet! What better way to provide students with a real-world application of the scientific method than to design, build and launch bottle rockets! Learn More

    Product # P4-2050


  11. Drinking Bird

    Drinking Bird

    Known as the Drinking Bird, Drinking/Dunking Bird, Drinking Happy Bird or even a Dippy Bird. Whatever you call this loveable little drinking bird toy it is back and disguised as a great physics demonstration of heat and thermodynamics. Learn More

    Product # P3-5001

  12. Einstein Alive

    Einstein Alive

    Shine a light at the back of this mask and look at the concave side. It appears to reverse, as if Einstein is looking at you! Move back and forth, and he turns to follow you. A fascinating study in how the brain interprets patterns of light! Learn More

    Product # P2-6000

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