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What we did in March 2018

March has been a very fun and busy month! British Science Week has come and gone, we visited Hong Kong, launched a free Augmented reality resource and our fantastic presenter Zoe returned from maternity leave. Where have we been Free Augmented Reality

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Why is alcohol fizzy?

By Peri Jones  Beer, cider, sparkling wine…what do these have in common, except for being alcoholic? They also contain bubbles! It causes them to pop when opening a bottle, they have a “fizzy” taste on your tongue, and they might

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Posted in Chemistry, Physics

A Canadian in Cardiff

By Parker McLean All About Parker! Over the Past month and a half, I have been lucky to be an intern at science made simple right here in Cardiff. Back in Canada, I spend my days studying in the Science

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Posted in Engineering, Primary, Science Communication, Space

Making different shaped bubbles!

Can bubbles be different shapes? As part of the Education Begins at Home project by the Welsh Government, Zoë was filmed showing some of our favourite science demos that you can do at home! In this video, Zoë explores the

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Posted in Activity, Exploring Science