During Covid lockdown 2020 Jacob made this fun ride for his kids to help cope with Isolation
South Korean Children's Science Publication
Jacob was featured in a Southern Korean Children's Science Publication and has been invited to go over and do some Science demonstrations on their Television show.
Channel 10 - Studio 10 Appearance
28th November 2017
Channel 10 - Studio 10 Book Launch with Roxy Jacenko and Natarsha Belling. Lots of fun with smoke vortex cannons and diet coke and liquid nitrogen bottle rockets.
Jacob Strickling, creator of the YouTube channel 'Make Science Fun' and author of the book 'Make Science Fun' has been entertaining adults and their children with his Science shows.
To promote his book 'Make Science Fun', Jacob Strickling was invited onto the set of the Today Show to do some science.
Jacob appeared on the Today Show in order to help parents do science with their children in the school holidays.
Jacob was invited to do some science experiments on live radio. It was a little crazy but a lot of fun.
Jacob Strickling has lightbulb moment when he is mowing his lawn
The qualified mechanical engineer attaches three lawnmowers to its back
On the 9th April 2016, Jacob Strickling appeared on the Weekend Today Show Channel Nine.
He had a five minute slot to do three Science demonstrations for the hosts, Peter Stefanovic and Amelia Adams.
A father has built a 'chair-spin' ride for his children in their backyard
Jacob Strickling made the machine to teach his kids a science lesson
Dad Jacob Strickling found a clever way to take out the garbage bins
He modified his daughter's go kart so she could easily transport the bins
An Australian father has demonstrated that mowing the lawn can be fun
He used old snowboards and a snow mobile to create a 'grass toboggan'
Telegraph - Article - 'Mad scientist' dad creates fire breathing dragon toy and scares his children
The Telegraph, 24th November 2015
Famous 'mad scientist' YouTuber called Jacob has built a remote controlled, fire breathing, smoke blowing dragon and inadvertently knocks his six-year-old son over with it.
A bizarre video has emerged of a man known as the 'Mad Scientist' laughing hysterically as he pulls a huge worm out of the sand and celebrates his catch by kissing the creature.
An Australian science teacher is finally coming clean with an innovative water-treatment system that he's been sitting on for more than a decade.
An Australian larrikin found himself surrounded by a pod of whales after a homemade microphone device he had invented to attract them made quite a splash.