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Monthly Archives: November 2015

O Chemistree, O Chemistree!

By Becca Smithers Here at science made simple we are big fans of chemistrees in this festive season. Chemistrees are Christmas trees made out of chemistry! Here are some great examples that you can make out of clamp stands, flasks, and

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Posted in Activity, Chemistry

Is hydrogen peroxide harmful to your hair?

 by Zoë Gamble Throughout history, people (especially women!) have attempted to change the colour of their hair. There is even evidence suggesting that the Ancient Egyptians used a dye to alter the colour of their locks. Fashionable hair colours have

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Posted in Chemistry

Our South England Branch is Officially Open for Business!

Last week saw science made simple host a launch party to celebrate the opening of our newest branch at The Open University in Milton Keynes. Following its success, we are proud to announce that the branch is now officially open, allowing us

Posted in News

Ask Tim Peake

Compiled by the Astrocymru team, here are all the questions you have always wanted to ask Tim Peake, the astronaut. What happens if you sneeze wearing a spacesuit, what effect will gravity have on his body and what is he

Posted in Exploring Science, Space

The Hidden Depths of the Ocean

  This infographic was created by The Water Filter Men _________________________________________________________________________ We are science made simple, a social enterprise who perform science, maths and engineering shows to schools, festivals and public audiences. You can find out more about what we

Posted in Biology, Exploring Science, Geology, Physics