Little Shop of Physics has grown to a well respected and well traveled program that today reached a very significant milestone—we have now presented hands-on science programs to 500,000 students.
This week John shows us how to build a human powered clock.
Brian, Claire and Madeline try their hand and making and breaking circuits!
Little Shop of Physics has been doing monthly events at Laurel Village at CSU. We have partnered with the College of Natural Sciences Learning Community to bring science to CSU students where they live!
Brian meets Claire and Madeline, a couple of Junior Broadcasters from Tavelli Elementary School in Fort Collins. Together they begin to explore electricity.
The Little Shop of Physics saw over 15,000 people at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington DC.
By manually turning the drill, you can make the white square get warm or cold.
Over CSU’s spring break, the Little Shop of Physics and Native American Cultural Center got our science on with over 1,110 students on the Zuni and Acoma Pueblos.
Bryan shows us a surprising experiment you can do with a ping pong ball. You might think this is a trick, and you’d be right.
Sunlight is a form of radiant energy, which is very important to us. Brian and the crew use another form of radiant infrared to cook a pizza!