Do Try This At Home! (Science Museum) by Punk Science

Do Try This At Home! (Science Museum)

Written by Punk Science

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Science without the boring bits. Produced in association with the Science Museum, Do Try This At Home is crammed with facts, jokes, big ideas and experiments. This very funny book is full colour and illustrated with artwork and photographs. It includes a cover-mounted DVD featuring the Punk Science team showing us some brilliant experiments that should NOT be done at home! You will have lots of fun and almost without realising will learn lots about Science at the same time.


Do Try This At Home! (Science Museum) by Punk Science

Would you like to make a fizz bang rocket or a helicopter? Then you need this book packed with dozens of amazing, easy-to-do home experiments, ably demonstrated by the Science Museum’s own Punk Science comedy team. The book is divided into 6 sections: Flight & Space, Light & Sound, Forces & Gravity, Energy, Chemistry, Electricity & Magnetism.

About the Author

Punk Science is the Science Museum’s very own comedy team. Using experiments, live demonstrations and music they put the fun into the fundamental theories of science. Punk Science are an eclectic mix made up of comedian and journalist Jon Milton, who might well be the only person from Romford to have ever been interested in the general theory of relativity, then there’s all drumming, all American and all round entertainer Brad Gross, and last but by no means least, actor, guitarist and international jet setter Dan Carter-Hope.

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Pan Macmillan

Publication date

3rd October 2008




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