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The science behind a hockey slapshot, shown in slow motion.
This Learning Collection was developed to guide students in exploring the evolution of space suit design as a lead-in to NASA's recent Space Suit Design challenge. This is also bei...
Students study an object from antiquity that was found in the sea off the coast of Italy in order to understand how conservators remove and prevent corrosion on bronze statues. The...
How Tall Are We?
shows daily (back to June 16 1995) a different image or photograph of the universe along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.
Students will learn the basic principles of passive solar heating and how it isapplied to home design. Students will use Google SketchUp to design and create a passive solar additi...
What do plants eat? This unit explores plants and how they make food.
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