Here’s a handy video showing how Sankey diagrams can be used in Science with regards to energy, power, efficiency, etc. There’s explanation as to how the diagram works (useful vs wasted energy) and about the energy involved. Very useful for AQA Energy and Efficiency.
This is the instructable page of all 8 steps showing how to use superglue to capture fingerprints with very simple, everyday equipment. I especially like the computer editing aspect at the end, the 8th step, and wonder how creative someone could be to incorporate this into more of a STEAM project than STEM.
Let me know if you have any arty fingerprints you’ve done yourself!
We showed this to our teachers. They found it amazing. This very simple demonstration would be perfect as a starter and also very visual on an Open Evening.
What happens when you add Red Bull to milk in a 1:1 ratio?
What about vinegar and milk in the same ratio?
Change the type of milk from whole, to semi, to skimmed!
Why does any of this happen?
This simple, quick and clean demonstration is perfect for an introduction to States of Matter, to get brains thinking on an Open Evening or as a mini experiment for a STEM session.
Definitely one to try out! And easily performed and explained at home.