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PI Kids are Asking

Curiosity meets science in a journey led by young minds eager to explore the universe’s mysteries. This category features articles answering the imaginative questions of inquisitive young thinkers, from the smallest particles to the vast cosmos. Dive into the wonders of science through the eyes of the curious!

There are two connected reasons why rubber is stretchy. One has to do with what rubber looks like deep down…
/Sep 04, 2019
Has anyone told you that you are made of star stuff? It’s true.
/Dec 11, 2018
Why do we have rainbows and not rainsquares? And what does it look like once you’re inside a rainbow? Let’s…
/Jun 01, 2018
Are Star Trek technologies science fiction or science fact?
/Nov 29, 2016
LIGO’s historic detection of gravitational waves produced a flood of questions from curious youngsters. Good thing the Inside the Perimeter…
/Oct 17, 2016
Sarah knows that the egg can’t rise without a force acting on it, so she wants to know – what…
/Oct 01, 2016
Rajiv asks: It’s weird, that floaty feeling you get at the top of a roller coaster. You feel it in…
/Sep 17, 2016
Theoretical physics is more than a field of study. It’s a tool of discovery. Check out the latest issue of…
/Aug 16, 2016