Whether you're looking for science fair inspiration or assistance with your research, Science Bob ("teacher, author, maker, and presenter" Bob Pflugfelder) has you covered. His site encourages users to delve into the world of science. From hovercrafts to homemade ice cream, the Experiments section provides "a list of great science experiments with instructions that you can do right at home or at school." Young scientists looking for a burst of inspiration may want to check out the Science Fair Ideas section to find a list of possible science fair topics, including: "Does the color of a room affect human behavior?" and "Does having worms in soil help plants grow faster?" On the Science Q&A page, life's burning questions are addressed, from converting temperatures between Farenheight and Celcius, to why the sky is blue, to what differentiates moths from butterflies. Looking for an answer to a question that is unavailable on the site? The "Still Need an Answer?" button at the bottom-right of the page welcomes user submissions. The Videos and Experiments Blog pages provide additional content from Science Bob. If your science wonder is still not satisfied, the Research Help page links to various other resources and websites, divided into six different themes including, for example, Space/Planets and Animals/Nature.