Lab Journal Page 1

Starch granules of potato tissue magnified 300 times

A lab journal generally provides a record of how and why experiments are conducted. However, it can be so much more. Use it to keep photos, sketches, relevant newspaper articles, charts, and other data. Make it a place to ask questions, to jot down ideas, and document research. Take a look at this gallery of Potato Chip Science snack shots

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Acid analysis of chips and other substances
A Wi-Fi “cantenna” fashioned from a Pringles chip tube
Suspect registered using Chip Science Institute (CSI) form and fingerprint powder
Potato chip astronaut Homer Simpson. For more on his zero-gravity grazing, click here
Shrunken potato heads (After 9 days of desiccation)
Early inquiry into the production of potato chip fingerprint powder