Maker Club is a group of like-minded people with a mission to make learning fun – so the Science Rocks Team just had to take a trip down to their headquarters in Brighton to meet up with them. From their workspace in The Fusebox, they are looking...
A lever is a beam or rigid rod used to magnify force, and although you may not realise it, we use levers every day in order to make our lives easier. From a pair of scissors to a bottle opener, levers magnify the force that we can apply to moving a load....
Breaking News! Science Rocks competed in The Big Bang Southeast Regional Qualifier today, representing their school, Sutton High School, at the event. They were competing with the ScienceRocks website in the Junior division of the competition. The day...
What makes a balanced diet? Is a balanced diet the same regardless of age, sex, lifestyle? Science Rocks investigates the attributes of a balanced diet and looks at the difference between the diet a swimmer might have vs the diet of a weight-lifter. Once...
When atoms bond together, they do so either with an ionic bond or a covalent bond, depending on whether there is a metal to non-metal pairing or a non-metal to non-metal pairing. In this video, Science Rocks explains the difference between ionic and...
Chemical analysis is the process of identifying and quantifying the components of certain materials – it can help you find out what the material is, and whether it is contaminated with any other substances or compounds. At GCSE level, you learn...