An overview of environmentally-friendly ways to generate electricity and power our vehicles
Learn how energy from fossil fuels can be used to generate electricity.
Make and test a model paddle boat and learn about potential and kinetic energy.
Could we use radio waves to charge electrical technologies in the future?
How do magnetic fields help you get down safely from the top of a drop tower ride? Learn how electromagnetic induction works at the amusement park.
Learn how moving water can be used to generate electricity. This is called hydroelectric power generation.
Can your body be a source of electricity generation? Maybe, if you understand heat transfer. Explore this concept through a 2013 invention by a Canadian teen.
Put on your running shoes and sharpen your pencil! Investigate the mathematical connection between work and power in this hands-on activity.
Use a pop bottle and other everyday materials to create a rocket that you can launch outdoors.
Balls go up and down. But what makes for a good ball? Find out by exploring which materials bounce.
Try your hand at building a “super coaster” using materials around your home.