Have fun creating at home science with bubbles

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IM Flash's 'science guy', Todd Russell, made an easy at-home experiment for kids using liquid nitrogen. Using dry ice, warm water and soap you and your children create three different types of bubbles.

IM Flash wants your kids to get involved in math and science. Sign up to attend Chip Camp at BYU, brought to you by IM Flash and Micron. Chip Camp is for girls and boys who have completed seventh or eighth grade. With hands-on science activities especially related to the semiconductor (computer chip) industry, Chip Camp lets students have fun learning about what scientists and engineers do every day. For more information or to sign-up visit chipcamp.ce.byu.edu.

You can also sign up to tour IM Flash by clicking here.

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