Curious Crew

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How does that work? What happens next? Inquisitive kids take a hands-on approach to investigating principles of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with award-winning educator Rob Stephenson.

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Supported in part by
ITEC (Information Technology Empowerment Center) and The John E. Fetzer Institute Fund of the Kalamazoo Community Foundation.

Plate Tectonics | Curious Crew | Ep. 208

Feb 5, 2016

Fault lines, plate tectonics and earthquakes?  WATCH NOW

host and kids doing experiment
Amanda Pinckney / WKAR-MSU

Sat. Feb. 6 at 3:00pm to 4:30pm at South Lansing Capital Area District Library | Get a live look at WKAR TV's fun science show at the Curious Crew Roadshow! 

Bridges | Curious Crew | Ep. 207

Jan 29, 2016

Paper arches, sponge beams and human bridges? WATCH NOW

Liquid Forces | Curious Crew | Ep. 206

Jan 22, 2016

Dancing droplets, colored celery and soap boats? WATCH NOW 

Flowing Air | Curious Crew| Ep. 205

Jan 18, 2016

Leaping ping, sticky spool and stubborn cards? WATCH NOW

Digestive System | Curious Crew | Ep. 204

Jan 11, 2016

Polly wants a cracker, slurry in the stomach and the intestinal squeeze? WATCH NOW

Fat finger, milky sunset, and ghostly bowl? WATCH NOW

Levers | Curious Crew | Ep. 202

Dec 4, 2015

Magic paper, lifting soap, catapults? WATCH NOW

Vision | Curious Crew | Ep. 201

Nov 23, 2015

Floating finger, hole in my hand, bulls-eye drop? WATCH NOW

Curious Crew Season 2 Preview

Nov 19, 2015
Curious Crew in the studio
Stacy Hoxsey / WKAR-MSU

Mid-Michigan viewers can get a sneak preview of the second season of “Curious Crew” during the week of Thanksgiving. Back-to-back episodes air Monday, Nov. 23, at 5 and 5:30 p.m., and again on Friday, Nov. 27, at 5 and 5:30 p.m.

New Curious Crew Cast to Debut in November

Nov 17, 2015
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Whether they had dreams of becoming a television star, a scientist, or just wanted to have fun, kids from across mid-Michigan traveled to Michigan State University in May for a chance to be part of the WKAR original television series, "Curious Crew."

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WKAR-TV at Michigan State University received two awards from the National Educational Telecommunications Association.

Curious Crew: Gravity

Jul 22, 2015
Curious Crew and Rob
Anthony Cepak / WKAR-MSU

Rock vs. paper, accelerating washers and drop it, don't break it. Explore gravity and how an object's mass determines its force of gravity and the accelerating rate with which things fall. 

Curious Crew: Thermal Energy

Jul 22, 2015
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An unpoppable balloon, spinning soda and a simple steamboat? Explore thermal energy and how different materials conduct heat. 

Curious Crew: Chemical Reactions

Jul 22, 2015
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Color-changing breath, chemical goo and elephant toothpaste? Explore chemical reactions and discover how hydrogen molecules break and fuse to create new compounds as evidenced by color changes, released gases, the emission of heat or light, or an altered state of matter. 

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