The Great North American Total Solar Eclipse is almost here and I couldn’t be more excited. To celebrate, I’ve designed this ADORABLE and super easy nail art project ANYone can do. Step 1: Paint your nails black. Let dry. (Navy blue or even gray works great for this project.) Step 2: Swipe little triangle in […]
The World’s A Laboratory
NEWS FLASH: Crazy Aunt Lindsey does birthday parties. This weekend, I helped a gorgeous girl named Simone usher in her 9th year with 9 friends and the best of #STEM in a garage Fab Lab Birthday Playdate. I brought plain cupcakes with me, we did the Fab Lab Emulsion Science project together, and then I […]
What does yeast like to eat? How do they reproduce? How can you know it’s alive? This Fab Lab science project for kids answers all those question AND morphs into a deliciously easy Rosemary Peasant Bread recipe.
Meet Omo! This fabulously rare white giraffe is 15-month-old, lives in the Tanzania National Park, and was, apparently, named after a detergent brand. According to scientists, Omo is not albino but leucistic — a condition in which several skin cells do not produce pigment, causing it to appear white. Wikipedia says what leucism (occasionally spelled leukism) is […]
Bathing has long been one of my favorite indulgences. So much so that my Mother would actually burst into the bathroom and turn off the faucet on me preeeetty regularly because I would spend way too much time lavishing DAILY the water-wonder (no, she is not an environmentalist…more economist). But scientists in this BuzzFeed article suggest that we’ve […]
Hey guys! It’s #GivingTuesday, the international day of giving back! Some people pledge hours to volunteer, donate money, or become members of organizations that support charitable/meaningful causes they care about most. Here in The Fab Lab, we’re passionate about – you guessed it! – science and education and wanted to share with you some of […]
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