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ROUGH SCIENCE... on the screen and in the lab Dr Jonathan Hare
WHY SCIENCE? *... because I like making things * creativity of science is everywhere!
ca. 100 talks, workshops and internet workshops a year, writing articles, equipment building
Regular column in The Royal Society of Chemistry magazine
Rough Science BBC / OU BBC2 prime time 6 series still on Discovery!
piezoelectricity Simple demonstration of Piezoelectricity J. P. Hare, IOP press, Journal of Physics Education, May 2006, vol. 41, p
The shake-a-gen J. P. Hare, IOP press, Journal of Physics Education, September 2002, p
Vega Trust mini movies at:
YouTube windmill video has 1½ million hits!
Mobile phone experiments
Simple demonstration to explore the radio waves generated by a mobile phone J P Hare, 2010 Journal of Physics Education, 45, 481
Skateboard / Longboard speedometer
Skateboard / longboard speedometer project J P Hare, Phys. Educ. 47 (2012)
Magnetic sensing IR sensing
Homemade Parabola Solar heaters and other parabolic devices J. P. Hare, IOP press, J. Phys. Educ. 42 (2007)
Parabolic heater Solar heaters and other parabolic devices J. P. Hare, IOP press, J. Phys. Educ. 42 (2007)
VOICE ON A LIGHTBEAM A Voice on a Sunbeam, J. P. Hare, Journal of Physics Education, May 2004, p
VOICE ON A LIGHTBEAM LISTENING TO WHAT YOU USUALLY LOOK AT!
Things to think about: * Foil only shiny on one side * Need to work out reflection angles * Turn ON receiver and adjust volume
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Dr Jonathan Hare TV worktalks & resourcesworkshops articles & projects YouTube videos equipment building
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