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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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. 

Curious Crew: Magnetism

Jul 22, 2015
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A slow-poke magnet, chaotic pendulum and opposing grapes? Explore magnetic fields and the characteristics that make ferromagnetic and diamagnetic materials, including Lenz's Law. 

Curious Crew: Gases Take Up Space

Jul 22, 2015
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A balloon in a bottle, building a lung and bubbles? Explore the positive properties of air, namely gases take up space, that they take the shape of the space that they are in, that its effects are visible on solids and liquids, and that matter cannot occupy the same space. 

Curious Crew: Air Pressure

Jul 22, 2015
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A can crusher, sipping races and an eggciting bottle? Explore the power of air pressure and the fact that air at sea level exerts a pressure of 14.7 pounds per square inch or 1 kilogram per square centimeter. 

Curious Crew: Sound Vibrations

Jul 22, 2015
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Rubber band boogie, space phones and magic spoons? Explore the concept of sound energy resulting from vibrations.

Curious Crew: Density

Jul 22, 2015
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A magic ping pong ball, invisible soda and floating eggs? Explore the concept of molecular density, and an object's ability to change density based upon its temperature. 

Fri. May 8 6pm - 8pm Impression 5 Science Center | Adhesion Race, Walking Droplets, the Anti-Gravity Water Jar, and more!

MSU Science Festival, Dr. Scott Sampson
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Dinosaurs, dinosaurs, and more dinosaurs! WKAR and Curious Crew were recently in your community exploring with Dr. Scott Sampson at the 2015 Michigan State University Science Festival.

Curious Crew Season One Returns!

Apr 21, 2015
Group on the TV production set
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Mondays at 5:30pm on WKAR-HD 23.1 | Before the premiere of the second season, take a hands-on approach to scientific exploration once again with Curious Crew!

Portrait: Dr. Scott Sampson
MSU Science Festival / MSU/WKAR

April 15 - 19 at Michigan State University | The MSU Science Festival is a FREE multi-day celebration of science, fueled by some of the basic elements essential to scientific inquiry: curiosity, wonder, and discovery.

Curious Crew in Your Community - Holt

Mar 26, 2015

Sat. Mar. 28 11am - 12pm Holt-Delhi Library  | Space Phones, Musical Straws, and more!

New science show featuring local kids comes to mid-Michigan TV.

Group on the TV production set
Anthony Cepak / WKAR-MSU

Classical Music, Global News, Local Stars, Kids & Science: all new, all original

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