See Think Puzzle
Lightning from the Tesla Coil
Robotic faces that mimicked our expressions
Magnetic forces
Cycle power creating light
helicopter simulators
Pulleys used in rescue missions
Static electricity that was hair raising
Ball pit designed for raft rescue in a storm

We use so much energy
You are safest in a house or car when there is lightning
Lightning travels at incredible speeds
The future os science looks amazing
Science will benefit our lives in the future
Magnets and generators can be joined to create energy
Cars of the future will be renewable and small

What was the Tesla Coil originally used for?
How can our mind transmit energy to move a ball?
How could we catch and store energy from a lightning storm?
Could lightning storm energy be used to power houses in remote areas?
Why would we need floating cars in the future?
How long did it take to plan, design and construct Scienceworks and the exhibitions?

3 thoughts on “Scienceworks

  1. Hello,
    I am a visitor from St Bede’s. I think your blog is very colourful, and I like your pet. I think it’s very impressive that you have had over 35,000 visitors.

    You are very lucky to have gone to Scienceworks. Did you learn a lot?
    Please leave a comment on and say that Brandon referred you.

    From Brandon 5/6JCC.

  2. It was a fun day at science works, and I enjoyed being able to go on the excursion with you all. I even learnt a thing or two, so it just goes to show you’re never too old to learn.

  3. Hi,
    I’m a visitor from St. Bedes Primary School. You guys are very lucky to have visited ScienceWorks, it’s one of my top 3 favourite museums. What was your favourite part of your excursion? Your wonders are very interesting. Did you enjoy the lightening room? When I first watched it I was amazed at what science has done over history. Please visit our class’ blogpage;

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