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Physics Summer Institute - An intensive short course devoted to implementing lecture demonstrations in teaching physics at every level of education.
Physics of Everyday Life Demonstrations and Activities - Product of a workshop which focused on five key physical concepts: Newton's laws of motion, Bernoulli's equation, the 1st law of thermodynamics, Ohm's law, and Faraday's induction law. Through a demonstration and discussion format, the participants found ways to introduce and develop these topics.
Pre-College Demonstration Book List - Annotated list of books for physics and physical science demonstrations as well as science fair projects.
Remote Controlled Lab - Diffraction of Electrons - Control an electron tube with a web browser and watch electrons being diffracted. Parameters: acceleration voltage. Requirements: Java and JavaScript capable web browser.
Static Generator, Electrical Demonstration - How to make and use a frictional static electricity generator which makes HUGE sparks. Also, links to other electricity demos on the internet.
TOPS Science - TOPS Learning Systems, a nonprofit educational publisher, dedicated to making inexpensive, creative, hands-on science and math available everywhere.
Tabletop Earthquakes - A demonstration of seismology for teachers and students that can be used to augment lessons in earth science, physics, math, social studies, and geography.
Tarzan Swing - Tarzan (a water balloon) is swinging on a thread which is cut by a hot wire mid-flight; students must project Tarzan safely through a hole surrounded by pins.
The Technical Physics Video Series - A series of 80 QuickTime digital video clips suitable for use in technical physics courses. These movies are also suitable for introductory physics courses at the high school and college level because they use technology to demonstrate basic physics principles.
University of Oregon Physics Demonstration Catalog - A large collection of online demonstrations that illustrate a variety of physical concepts.
Using Liquid Nitrogen to Make Ice Cream - It makes good ice cream for two reasons: 1) The mix freezes very quickly, so you get small crystals and a very creamy texture. 2) The evaporating LN2 aerates the mixture, so it doesn't end up as a frozen lump.

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