An extraordinarily fun and practical book that shows science experiments can be just as easy as baking.
The Kitchen Science Cookbook is a beautifully crafted recipe book with a unique twist: each recipe is a science experiment that you can do at home, using the everyday ingredients you'll find in your kitchen. No need to be a science expert - these easy-to-follow recipes make mind-blowing science experiments fun for everyone.
From sticky ice and raising raisins to balloon science and scrumptious slime, nanotechnologist Michelle Dickinson shows that we can all be scientists, no matter how young or old.
With recipes tested by enthusiastic people around the world, The Kitchen Science Cookbook is the perfect gift for all ages.
About the Author
Dr Michelle Dickinson MNZM is a passionate engineering researcher and educator who is fascinated by the ways copying nature through biomimetics can be used to create engineering solutions for today’s challenges. Through her nanotechnology research and passion for making science more accessible, she created the character Nanogirl, a smart female role model designed to help engage young people with science and technology.
As an academic at the University of Auckland and a regular science and technology television commentator, Michelle has become a well-known face in New Zealand, advocating for science and engineering.