MagLev is a term used to describe a newly developed form of transportation. They are very similar to trains. MagLev transportation uses magnets to guide, direct and help accelerate train-like carriages over long distances. MagLev trains can reach impressive speeds of up to 300 miles per hour.
We all know that Science Putty fascinates children and adults alike with its ability to be manipulated in many different ways; stretched, bounced, ripped, etc. It was only a matter of time before people started to look to enhance Science Putty further and make it magnetic!
Magnets are a fundamental part of schools across the UK. You can find magnets everywhere; on magnetic whiteboards, staff room fridges, in the science laboratory, lunch boxes, and classroom teaching aids. Magnets feature heavily in most school syllabuses.
Planning a large-scale battle is no mean feat! You will need several objects to represent your ships and troops and you will also need to easily reposition them to show how the battle will play out. Who would have thought that magnets would play such a huge role in preparing for a large scale ancient invasion?
Your leg bone is connected to your knee bone. Your knee bone is connected to your thigh bone. You get the gist. Magnets are commonly used as a teaching aid or taught in science at secondary school.
Magnetic levitation also known as the magnetic suspension is a method by which an object is suspended with no support other than magnetic fields. For magnetic levitation to happen you would require two large, strong magnets set to repel and one will levitate above the other.
Your leg bone connected to your knee bone. Your knee bone connected to your thigh bone… You get the gist. Magnets are commonly used as a teaching aid or taught in science at high school. They can also be used to attach and hold things into place, and this is exactly what a science teacher has used our magnets for. They used our magnets to connect their demonstration dummy’s body parts together. Originally the dummy was connected together with plastic pins, which kept snapping and breaking. They were looking for... Read More