Whether your last experiment involved combining baking soda and vinegar and calling it a volcano or you took your DIY science efforts pro in a lab, we want to hear about the best experiment you ever did.
Ocean scientist Andrew David Thaler has cooked up a clever DIY science project that lets people simulate the effects of ocean acidification using supplies that are available in their own homes. Of course, you will need a carbonic acid reactor (better known as a soda stream).
Got some breadboardable electronics and a couple extra coffee cans lying around? Why not use them to build your very own Doppler radar?