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Festival Of Science

David Ansell makes a bowl disappear
Kitchen science with Dave Ansell

Kitchen sink science

Discover the scientist within you by trying our series of kitchen sink experiments using everyday household items. From a lemonade volcano to making bowls turn invisible, discover the magic of experimentation with scientist Dave Ansell.

BBC East's team of top boffins, the Naked Scientists, have come out of the laboratory and into the kitchen to cook up a series of experiments for you to try at home.

From making an invisibility cloak out of vegetable oil, to creating an explosive lemonade volcano - Dave Ansell explains the science behind these quick and easy experiments.

Learn how water can work just like a fibre optic cable, and discover a quick and easy way of making your glowsticks last for at least a week as you slow down their chemical reaction.

If you're under 16 years of age, please ask an adult to help you with these kitchen science projects.

These links feature an archive of a selection of the content produced by BBC East during the BA Festival Of Science 2006.

Listen again to the radio shows from the Naked Scientists and enjoy some explosive television from BBC Look East's Mike Liggins.

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