Eggspect plenty of eggxaggerated egg-tastic words you've never heard of and more egg-speriments than you can imagine AND how to make your very own mechanical robot hand! There's also plenty to inspire young scientists this issue – we explain how to get involved with British Science Week, look at the ten most awesomely amazing things discovered by kids and we've even got an interview with a boy who published a scientific paper aged just 8 years old! Meanwhile, Joe Inglis has been hopping about with baby bunnies, read all about some remarkable robots, find out about Antoine Lavoisier's pioneering experiments to discover oxygen, explore the vastness of galaxies and also investigate the science of melting - with the help of chocolate no less!
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