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Using toothpicks, straws, or tubes of rolled up newspaper, learners create 3-dimensional models to illustrate the basic structure and function of the cell membrane, and place an object inside to repre
In this physics demonstration, learners will be surprised when a handkerchief holds water in an upside-down glass.
Make a big canvas of iridescent color with pvc pipe! In this Exploratorium Science Snack, you'll need to cut and assemble some PVC pipe, but the pay-off, the soap-bubble canvas, is big.
In this activity, learners explore how acids can dissolve eggshells leaving behind a membrane-covered bouncy egg.
Learners use a simple process to extract DNA from strawberries.
By making models of light waves with paper, learners can understand why different colors appear in bubbles.
This is an activity (located on page 3 of the PDF under Nanosilver Activity) about diffusion of small molecules across cell membranes.
In this activity about molecular diffusion (located on page 2 of the PDF under Nanosilver Activity), learners will make predictions and move molecules of iodine through a seemingly solid plastic sandw
In this activity, use standard playing cards to introduce learners to cellular interactions such as cell to cell recognition and signal and receptor specificity.