Scientist Nina and her young Experimenters discover the amazing ways that things can change and react in our everyday world
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The experimenters investigate why chocolate melts in hands and watch a metal being melted.
Nina discovers that people's tears have special cleaning salts in them.
Nina and her Experimenters watch how bubbles of gas rise in water when it is heated.
Nina's experimenters discover that the black stuff on toast is something called carbon.
Nina's experimenters investigate why sugar is bad for teeth, looking at how plaque forms.
Nina looks at where sand comes from and why it doesn't dissolve like sugar or salt.
Nina and her experimenters investigate fire and what it needs to burn.
Nina and her experimenters visit an ice-cream factory to learn about soap and grease.
Nina and her experimenters investigate what causes grass stains and discover pigments.
Nina investigates why the sea is so salty with the help of Bud, her taste neuron.
With the help of her taste and scent neurons, Nina investigates why jelly wobbles.
Nina investigates why the mirror steams up when you have a bath.
Nina investigates why flowers smell so nice.
Nina uses her senses to discover that noisy foods feel hard and quiet foods feel soft.
Nina shows how gases expand or get bigger when they warm up.
Nina does an experiment with smelly cheese and some smoke to show how smells travel.
Nina and her experimenters investigate what metal is.
Nina and her experimenters investigate why jam is so sticky.
Nina and her experimenters investigate why bubbles burst.
Nina investigates why onions sometimes make people cry.
Nina and her experimenters investigate why fingers go wrinkly in the bath.
Nina and her experimenters investigate how glow stars glow in the dark.
Nina investigates why you have to wait for paintings to dry.
Nina investigates why it is important to drink milk.