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Brickstuff for Lego

Brickstuff Shop

Light up your Lego creations with Brickstuff.
 

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Solar Radiometers

Solar Radiometers

The Crookes Solar Radiometer, also known as a Light Mill

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Chemistry

Chemistry

Chemistry is the study of the composition, properties and behavior of matter.

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Physics

Physics

The study of matter and motion through space and time.

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Biology

Biology

The study of living processes
 

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junior-science

Junior Science

For the young scientist.
 

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Our Story

Curious Minds Sells A Terrific Range Of Science KitsCurious Minds was founded in 2004 from a garden shed with the objective of creating an online science shop to help parents and amateur scientists find good science equipment and kits. Curious Minds proved very popular and grew steadily over the years with a very loyal following. Today, in early 2017, Curious Minds is still growing with orders being sent out daily to countries across the globe.

As a passionate and trained scientist, I am very proud of the range of science kits and equipment we have sourced for Curious Minds, we take great pride in sourcing the very best kits we can for our customers and it gives us so much pleasure when we find another gadget which we think our customers will enjoy. If you know of another science toy or gadget that you think we should be stocking, please don't hesitate to tell us about it. You can contact us at info@curiousminds.co.uk.

You can read more about us on our About Us page.

Wendy Hamilton BSc. PhD

 

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  • Hero's Spectacular Steam Turbine Hero's Spectacular Steam Turbine

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