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Non-transportable experiments that tend to be used for CBS only.

Fire Piston

Igniting cotton wool by compressing a cylinder of air.
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Creepy Crawlies

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Insects, worms, bugs and more: what lives in your garden? Get up close and personal and see for yourself!

Looking at a variety of small creatures that you can find in your garden
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Anti-bubbles

Make fascinating bubbles which rather than floating on water actually sink.
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Reversible Flow

Turn syrup one way, then the other, and see that it gets back where it started.
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Bacteria and parasites posters

Series of specimens and posters to show the world of bacteria and parasites.
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Dissecting sheep's eyeballs

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Only at "Crash, Bang, Squelch!": see the inner workings of the eye first-hand by dissecting a sheep's eyeball! Feel the smoothness of the lens, prod the gelatinous fluid and see the amazing coloured sheen of the layers that help sheep see better in the dark.

Dissecting a sheep's eyeball to show the structure of the eye
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Why Orange Juice Tastes Bad in the Morning

A useful way to try and explain how taste works
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Xylem

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Combine food colouring with water transport in stem and flowers- you can then see where all the water goes!

Showing one of the transport systems in plants.
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Water, Oil, and Ice

Watching coloured ice melt and sink through castor oil.
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Locusts and Glowsticks

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What do glowsticks and locusts have in common? Watch what happens as we heat them up and cool them down - how long can you get your glowstick to glow? How fast can you make the locusts move?

Using glow sticks to talk about chemical kinetics.
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