Articles (DIY)

Origami Applications in the Past and Present
(The Scientist Inside You)

Lately, the art of origami has spread widely, and has caught the attention of young people and adults because it is an interesting and useful art that develops the skills.

Tin Can: Recycle and Reuse
(The Scientist Inside You)

Reuse means any activity that lengthens the life of an item; on the other hand, recycling is reprocessing an item to a new raw material for use in a new product.

Lava Lamps
(The Scientist Inside You)

The Lava Lamp was invented by Edward Craven Walker in Britain in 1963. He had the idea when he noticed a homemade egg timer filled with liquid that looked like an alien.

Do the Twist!
(The Scientist Inside You)

DNA is an organic chemical of complex molecular structure found in all living cells; it codes genetic information allowing the transmission of inherited traits.

My Heart Leaps Up
(The Scientist Inside You)

“My heart leaps up when I behold A Rainbow in the Sky,” is how the English poet, William Wordsworth, described the effect of watching a rainbow on his mood in his poem My Heart Leaps Up.

Light Painting Photography
(Science and Art)

Generally, light in photography is essential in producing photos. It can make the difference between an incredible shot and a terrible one. 

Potato Battery
(The Scientist Inside You)

Potatoes are great and tasty; there are hot potatoes, French fried potatoes, baked potatoes and scalloped potatoes.

Homemade Perfumes
(The Scientist Inside You)

Making homemade perfume is a simple process that only requires a few ingredients. 

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