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Across the country hundreds of thousands of animal creatures are preserved in glass jars. We've been finding out why.
Are you doing a project on a famous Victorian? This Show Me guide to the inventor Thomas Edison can help.
Discover how sound travels by making your very own ear gongs with the Science Museum.
Make some noise and learn about how sound travels and is amplified with the Science Museum.
You have to head to the lab to solve this hairy mystery from the Natural History Museum.
Can you beat the bugs before they munch away all the cotton?
Discover the fun side of Geometry with this shape-shifting activity from the Science Museum.
How does your garden grow? With silver bells and cockle shell, maybe? The Geffrye Museum gives you the chance to desi...
Evolution is a very important scientific theory that can still be controversial today, learn more about this famous theory.
Love dinosaurs? Show Me shows you how to make clay ones.
SPLASH! Let's get fish-ical as you dive under the sea to take part in the Fish Olympics.
Make a home-made lava lamp.
Experiment with objects of different shapes and sizes. See what makes a difference to whe...
Find out what happened when we asked a dinosaur curator what her favourite object was.
This film shows how you can make volcanic eruptions at home. David Gelsthorpe and Hannah Chalk from The Manchester Mu...
From computers to phones, watches and clocks, everywhere you look there's something telling you the time. This video ...
Learn more about some of the planet's most extraordinary threatened animals with EDGE, a project from the Zoological Society of London.