New Booklet from Science on Stage

Great news that the Science on Stage team have published their new booklet, including demonstrations highlighted during the 2019 event in Cascais in Portugal.

As always there are a range of experimental ideas, many of which could easily be carried out at home - which is something that might of course be of considerable benefit in the autumn.

The new booklet - and all the old ones - can be downloaded here:

I always find the booklets useful for a variety reasons: first of all, they often contain ideas entirely new to me, but alongside that - and equally useful - they often remind me of demonstrations I had seen years ago but entirely forgotten. And sometimes they come up with new imaginative twists on old demonstrations that help create that engagement from students for which we are always searching.

In the latter category, I really like this one in the new booklet:

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