...WITH PROFESSOR NOEL EDGE!
During The Alphabet of Awesome Science Professor Noel Edge introduces audiences to a whole stack of quirky and spectacular science demonstrations...
Noel uses specialist equipment for many of his demonstrations, but there's an almost endless list of awesome and surprising science activities that you can easily try out for yourself — using simple, everyday objects!
Noel will be adding a few of his favourite science activities to this page by the end of SEPTEMBER!
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BUT WAIT! THERE'S MORE...
Below are some more videos from That Science Gang that tackle some of the science explored during The Alphabet of Awesome Science.
THIS SHOW IS NOT RUBBISH! EPISODE 4: This Sucks!
During The Alphabet of Awesome Science Professor Noel Edge created a 'doohickey doodad thingamajig' with a paper straw. In this video Noel and Lexi's good friend the Trash Can Man will show you how to make one — as well as explore a whole stack of other sciencey things.
THIS SHOW IS NOT RUBBISH! EPISODE 5: Weeeeeeeee...
Professor Noel Edge taught us that the average human adult produces between 800ml and 2L of urine every day. Discover a whole lot more about urine — and the many colours it can turn — in this episode of This Show is NOT Rubbish!.
THIS SHOW IS NOT RUBBISH! EPISODE 11: Bottled Up
There's more than one way to put a cloud in a bottle! In The Alphabet of Awesome Science Professor Noel Edge showed us ONE way. In this video the Trash Can Man will show you another...
THIS SHOW IS NOT RUBBISH! EPISODE 15: Smoke Doughnuts
What's your favourite doughnut flavour? Strawberry? Lemon? Triple chocolate cream? How about — smoke? The Trash Can Man will show you a way to bake your own...
EPISODE 1: NAILED IT!
One of our favourite experiments in The Alphabet of Awesome Science is the bed of nails — it's juts so wonderfully surprising. Dive into the science here with science communicator David Lampard.
EPISODE 5: IMPLODE and EXPLODE
In the Alphabet of Awesome Science Professor Noel Edge created a spectacular cornflour fireball. In this episode of That Science Gang's Let's Explore, science communicator David Lampard troops one inside a tin can — with explosive results!
If you enjoyed the videos above, then check out the full series for both This Show is NOT Rubbish! and Let's Explore by clicking the links below...