Put your pi(e) prowess to the test.
Use a measuring cup to figure out the density of snow.
Simulate a sneeze with paint, then graphically determine where most of it lands.
Three delicious math games you can play on your waffles to build math fact fluency and geometry skills, from the folks at Bedtime Math.
In this activity from Bedtime Math, you'll build a stuffed-animal zip line and practice measuring time, distance, and angles.
Alda's 'Flame Challenge' asks scientists to explain color—with children as the judges.
An excerpt from "The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets."
The IgNobel Prizes salute unusual research, such as an investigation of dung beetle navigation.
Did you know that most mammals, from a house cat to an elephant, take roughly the same amount of time to urinate?
When you find yourself wanting to re-read a book that you just finished, you gotta recommend it to others.
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