Remember how lame grade nine science class was?
Sure, we got to use Bunsen burners and there was a unit about sex, but the rest of the year consisted of really boring stuff like balancing equations and memorizing the periodic table.
Too bad OSC.TV wasn’t around when we were 14. Memorizing the periodic table would have been a dream (speaking of dreamy, like, OMG, how totally cute is the scientist singer?)—after watching The Periodic Table of Rock, are you ever going to forget the atomic number of gold? Or carbon? Or that cadmium is thallium’s cousin?
OSC.TV comes from some folks who work at the Ontario Science Centre. They’re working on a series of funny and educational science videos—stay tuned for the next instalment (it just might feature a dancing physicist).