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Sanford Testing Drug On Patients With Covid-19

Dr.Nagpal Says It's Important For People To Not Take Medication That Is Not Prescribed To Them.

FARGO, N.D. — Hydroxychloroquine is a drug that’s used to help treat lupus, malaria and autoimmune disease, now Sanford is testing if this drug could be the answer for COVID 19. “When the virus is new you just try the best you can do with whatever is available to you and you can see what the risk of treatment is…

Liberty Middle School Students Test Projects to Put Out Kitchen Fires

They tested three materials: sand, baking soda, and salt

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Seventh graders at Liberty Middle School are putting their fire-fighting projects to the test. They had an assignment to pick a project that would help solve a problem in the community. “We decided to do kitchen fires because we know it’s a serious problem not just here, but everywhere,” Jackson Windle said. They tested three materials to…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Melting the Icy Hand

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

What you need for the experiment: Cup of water Driveway or rock salt Icy hand (made of ice in a latex glove) Plastic spoons Tray How to do the experiment: This week, we’re going to melt an icy hand. The first thing you do is put a little bit of water over the icy hand to unstick the latex glove…

Nichole’s Fine Pastry Teaches the Art of the Truffle

Holiday Truffles with Nichole's Fine Pastry

FARGO, ND — The holidays can be a fun time to experiment with different dessert recipes. Nichole, of Nichole’s Fine Pastry, teaches us how to make her holiday peppermint chocolate truffles. Categories: Business, Community, Local News, News Landing Page, North Dakota News Tags: business, DESSERT, experiment, FARGO, holiday, Nichole’s Fine pastry, PEPPERMINT, RECIPES, TRUFFLE

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Lunch Bag Chemistry

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff experimented by creating an Exploding Lunch Bag. What you need: One small (sandwich or quart size) freezer zip-lock bag Baking Soda Warm Water Vinegar Measuring Cup Tissues How you conduct the experiment: Go outside – or at least do this in the kitchen sink. Put 1/4 cup of pretty warm water into the bag. Add…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Foamy Fountain Mess

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

This week’s science experiment is called, “Foamy Fountain Mess.” Here’s what you need to complete the experiment: 8 drops of your favorite food coloring 1 tablespoon liquid dish soap 3 tablespoons of warm water 1 packet of yeast 1/2 cup of 20-volume hydrogen peroxide Clean and empty soda bottle Tray to put underneath the soda bottle Here’s how you complete…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Finding the Human Density

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Barry Olson of Benjamin Franklin Middle School to find the human density. What You Need: Ruler Scale Bathtub or human-size container full of water (big enough to completely submerge yourself in it) Pen and Paper a friend How to do the experiment: 1st you must find your weight on a scale in pounds…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Pop Can Implosion

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff worked with Benjamin Franklin Middle School Earth Science Teacher Barry Olson to create a Pop Can Implosion. Here’s What You Need: Empty Pop Cans Heat Source Large container of water About 3 lb. of ice Tongs/Oven Mitts About 1–1 ½ oz. of water in each pop can How to create your own Pop Can Implosion:…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Human Vacuum

Fun and Easy Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff became a human vacuum to display differences in air pressure with Ben Franklin Middle School Earth Science Teacher Barry Olson. What You Need: Vacuum cleaner with nozzle Large and thick garbage bags How to do the experiment: Lay out the garbage bag and step into it, sit down in the garbage bag leaving only your…

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Lava Lamps

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff created his own lava lamp with Concordia Science Academy Coordinator, Dr. Graeme Wyllie. What You Need: Cooking Oil Water A Tall  Clear Glass or cylinder Food Coloring Half of an Alka-Seltzer Tablet How to Make Your Own Lava Lamp: Put water in the tall glass or cylinder, and fill it about a quarter-way up. Put…