Learn basic principals of electricity, electronics, physics and magnetism. Easy to follow illustrated manual. Requires four AA batteries Age 10 & Up.
Learn how to build your own radio AM radio kit. Tune in your favorite AM radio stations. Easy to read operating manual. Safe solderless, educational fun. Requires one 9 Volt battery Ages 8 & Up.
This Bug Collector Set will help you collect bugs without hurting them. Children can observe and discover the living things around them.
HYDROSTIK PRO is a convenient hydrogen storage solution to fuel your hydrogen powered devices. Hold the latest hydrogen storage technology in the palm of your hand. Rather than compressing hydrogen gas, the safe, and reliable HYDROSTIK binds hydrogen with a metal alloy to form a solid metal hydride.
Discover the secrets held inside rocks and minerals!
Note: Ships with US plug and requires US to UK plug adopter.
This refill kit includes extra bets and jewelry making supplies for the rock tumbler.
Assemble a powerful solar "can" motor robot. See how the solar panel generates power! Includes solar panel, electric motor, body plate, robot arms, body rims, wires and instruction manual.
Children can do a series of do-it-yourself experiments to acquire the basic knowledge of solar energy with this kit. They will learn how to make an electrical circuit; make a solar circuit; how to increase voltage and current; and how to use solar power to produce energy for a radio; calculator; battery charger; a cassette player and more!
The Solar Hydrogen Science Kit lets students invent their own clean energy applications using fuel cells and renewable hydrogen created using solar energy and water. The kit also comes with a small electric motor and propeller blade as the starting point for motorized applications you can build using your futuristic solar energy storage device. The set comes with a complete curriculum on renewable energy with easy to follow experiment manual, assembly guide, flash animations, and background history on the technology.
Temperature probe for PocketLab Voyager & Weather