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LASERS: SCIENCE FICTION TO EVERYDAY LIFE
This exhibit, from The Tech Museum of Innovation, features information about lasers. Users can learn laser basics and find out how lasers are used in medicine, at the supermarket, in compact disc play...
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MARIE AND PIERRE CURIE AND THE DISCOVERY OF POLONIUM AND RADIUM
This selection from the Nobel e-Museum contains an essay about Marie and Pierre Curie. Detailed information is given about their personal lives and their scientific discoveries. This site is featur...
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MIAMI MUSEUM OF SCIENCE: ECOLINKS-OZONE LAYER MAP
This resource, part of The Miami Museum of Science Web site, provides a map of the ozone layer over Antarctica. There are links to additional information about ozone, and the atmosphere.
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NIELS HENRIK DAVID BOHR
This resource, from the Illuminations-reviewed History of Mathematics Archive, features biographical information about Danish scientist and mathematician Niels Henrik David Bohr. Bohr is best known fo...
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MYSTERIES OF DEEP SPACE: INTERACTIVE TIMELINE
This resource, from PBS, features an interactive timeline of the history of the Universe. Visitors can click on different milestones in the timeline to learn more about that specific event. This resou...
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SIR JAMES HOPWOOD JEANS
This resource, from the Illuminations-reviewed History of Mathematics Archive, features biographical information about English mathematician James Jeans. Jeans published on a variety of topics in math...
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SKIN COLOR ADAPTATION
This article, from Palomar College, features information about the differences in human skin color around the world. Users can listen to audio clips of a number of key terms related to skin color vari...
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WHAT THE SUN CAN DO
In this Access Excellence activity, students develop and test a unique, personally-relevant hypothesis about the consequences of exposure to UV radiation. They perform two investigations of the effect...
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WHAT MAKES EARTH A MAGNETIC FORCE?
In this Science Update, from Science NetLinks, you'll hear why Earth has a magnetic field. Science Updates are audio interviews with scientists and are accompanied by a set of questions as well as lin...
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U.S. MILITARY LOOKS TO BEETLES FOR NEW SENSORS
In this National Geographic News article, read about beetles that can sense when a forest is burning in order to race there to lay their eggs in the smoldering trees. Scientists are hoping to mimic th...
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