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New YouTube Channel for SteveSpanglerScience

We've stuggled with the decision of where to host our science demonstration videos. It really comes down to accessibility and it's tough to beat YouTube.com  So, we uploaded our first round of science demonstration videos on our channel called…

Secrets of the Toy Industry

I was contacted several months ago by Julia Ann Charpentier, a Milwaukee-based freelance writer and an editor for book publishers, for a future article in the trade journal TD Monthly Magazine. If you're interested in learning more about the…

We Hit the Target with Science

Maybe I should say we hit all of the Targets with our new science products. If you stroll through the toy isles at Target stores, you might stumble across some old Steve Spangler Science classics along with a few brand new science kits. All…

Scientific Explorer Lawsuit Settled

This statement was released earlier today regarding the lawsuit filed in district court in August 2005: "Scientific Explorer, Inc. and Steve Spangler, Inc. reached a settlement with regard to the lawsuit filed by Spangler in district court…
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Magicians do the impossible first

People often ask how I got excited about science. Who was the great chemist who influenced my life? I grew up in an unusual family. My first recollection was when I was three years old, peeking through the curtain at the Paramount Theater,…