Become a Paleontologist by digging up your own surprised fossil.
You will make hundreds of experiments from the basics, understanding electricity and how it works, to progressively make your way into electronic circuits. By the end, you will be able to:
This course is associated with the kit Microscopy 1 (sold out). But you can start the course for free even if you don’t have your kit yet.
A new generation to learn Microbiology is coming soon to Indiegogo. Stay tune!
This course is associated with the kit Electricity 1. But you can start the course for free even if you don’t have your kit yet. You just need balloons and a few everyday objects to do the firsts experiments.
A competition where high-school classes develop a STEM project by teams following the scientific method.
It was temporarily suspended during the pandemic. We hope it will resume in the school year 2023-2024. Looking for funds since it’s completely free for participants.
A very fun workshop where everything will become electrostatically charged. Be ready for some sparks!
Participants will understand how electrical charges work by doing fun experiments with everyday objects (balloons, plastics, cans, tubes…) and parts of their bodies (hair and skin). During the experiments we will challenge them to think about what is happening and aim that they reach the conclusions on their own.
The goal is to develop analytical skills, critical thinking and learn how electricity works.
Our most successful workshop. Some children have repeated 3 times!
It’s that fun. You become a Palaeontologist by digging up your own surprise fossil.
We show you the techniques to dig efficiently. With questions and challenges to make you think on what you are doing.
And, you take home our fossils kit! To continue learning with the guided course.
A workshop filled with discovery.
First you will see how a microscope works for yourself, identifying it’s parts and how it relates to things you are more familiar with like a camera or your eyes. You will observe several prepared sample to get comfortable using the different parts of the microscope and at the end we will prepare our own samples.
Be ready for the micro world!