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Science is Wonderful!

Brussels, 25 and 26 April 2024

Yummy Physics!

Get a flavour of the physics behind your favourite foods - why is milk white and how do we "construct" ice cream?

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Yummy Physics Is a web series on the physics of food. With these amazing videos, you will discover the physics behind foods such as milk, yogurt, chocolate or ice cream!

Follow the show and perform your own experiments and recipes to learn why milk looks white, how yogurt is made or how to “construct” ice cream.


Yummy Physics: Trailer

Yummy Physics is a webseries on the physics of food

The 5 videos in this series are:

  1. The magic in milk
  2. No ordinary yogurt
  3. Post-modern chocolate
  4. The beer with no head
  5. Ice cream? No, you scream!

Check them all out on the Yummy physics YouTube channel

Information for teachers

  • Activity duration: Varying
  • Recommended group size: 1 to 30 students
  • Recommended location: Indoors
  • Preparation by teacher needed: No
  • Additional materials needed: No