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How are jawbreakers made?

Jawbreakers, known as gobstoppers—'gob' is slang for 'mouth' in the United Kingdom and Ireland—are hard candy spheres made from layer after layer of water, corn syrup, food coloring, and a sugar called dextrose. They'...

Plastics 101: What is plastic and how is it made?

Once a completely natural product, much of today's plastic is man-made and largely dependent upon fossil fuels. From polymers to nurdles, learn how plastic is created and what we can do to slow the lasting repercussio...

How balloons are made – The Magic of Making

How are balloons made? In this video from The Magic of Making, a series of short films for kids created in partnership with with BBC Worldwide, we begin with a history lesson about Kew Gardens and stolen rubber trees ...

How to Make a Tennis Ball

From filmmaker Benedict Redgrove, this is How to Make a Tennis Ball, a wonderful short from inside Wilson's tennis ball factory near Bangkok, Thailand. Redgrove explains: I was commissioned to make a film and shoot...

Why do autumn leaves cause train delays? – Liz Bonnin

Why do 'leaves on the line' cause train delays, especially in autumn? The serious danger comes from a series of physics challenges: Leaves are sucked onto the tracks by the fast moving trains. The train wheels crush t...

A racket flattens a tennis ball at 142 mph in slow motion

When a tennis player serves a tennis ball, the serve can reach speeds over 124 mph (200 km/h). But what's happening to the ball when it gets hit? This 142 mph (228.5 km/h) serve in slow motion (6,000fps) shows us. ...

Homemade balloon-powered boat

We love when kids take science and the art of making into their own hands. This kid made his own balloon-powered boat! Related: Inexpensive balloon-powered boat kits found online and DIY Ideas on How to Make Balloon-...


 
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