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Making More Hands-On Science Update

by David, 15 October 2020 | 0 comments

This month, CSIRO released its latest collection of favourite hands-on activities for kids. The Double Helix editorial team explains the thinking, splashes, scares and surprises they encountered while testing their new book: More Hands-On Science.

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Airbag bang Poem

by Jasmine, 5 December 2019 | 1 comments

Inflated airbag and manequin

Written by Celia Berrell A small steel ball in a short smooth tube held in place by a spring, is the kind of switch that works in a twitch and starts an exploding thing.

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Astronauts didn’t make it to space this time News

by David, 18 October 2018 | 0 comments

A rocket flying up into the sky

Astronauts have nerves of steel. They ride controlled explosions, strapped to giant tanks of rocket fuel. And every now and then, things go wrong. Last Thursday, two space explorers didn’t quite make it to space – but they lived to tell the tale!

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Speed camera Activity

by David, 21 October 2014 | 0 comments

How busy is the road near your school? do cars drive past too fast? Grab a stopwatch and sit yourself down – it’s time to become a human speed camera!

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