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Ian Guest

"Man as Industrial Palace," the 1926 Lithograph Depicting the Human Body as a Modern Fa... - 5 views

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    "Henning Lederer, a German artist, has brought Kahn's mechanical body to life with some gifted animation. To learn more about Lederer's project, you will want to spend more time on IndustriePalast.com and particularly with this helpful PDF"
Ian Guest

Skeleton Typogram - 2 views

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    Another superb typogram from Aaron Kuehn, this time useful for Biology, Medicine, First Aid, Sports studies etc
bourbakis

Nautilus | Science Connected - 7 views

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  • Coordinates “What happened yesterday is not the same as what happened today, no matter how similar the two days seem ...”
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    "Nautilus is a different kind of science magazine. We deliver big-picture science by reporting on a single monthly topic from multiple perspectives. Read a new chapter in the story every Thursday."
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    Freeman Dyson on the awfulness of getting a phd and a lot more https://t.co/HIPsT1dJDH In a field haunted by ghosts, someone has to reckon with the dead. https://t.co/TB3d9zlNxE We tend to assess cities on a linear measure, but we shouldn't. https://t.co/LbwL0BeI7H A daring experiment builds a new tame species in just 60 years. https://t.co/3YNpjTJo5N
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    Wow! You have posted an interesting content!
Ian Guest

Biodiversity Heritage Library - 1 views

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    The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openlyavailable to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Ian Guest

Molecular Workbench - 2 views

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    "Visual, Interactive Simulations for Teaching & Learning Science"
Ian Guest

The "Dance Your Ph.D." Contest - 0 views

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    Using the medium of dance to explain the complex concepts in PhDs.
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    How well would you need to understand a topic in order to be able to explain it through a completely different medium?! That's the underlying principle of John Davitt's Learning Event Generator (http://www.newtools.org/showtxt.php?docid=737), which in this site we see writ large.
Ian Guest

Beatrice the Biologist - 2 views

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    "Beatrice the Biologist is part science blog, part comic, and part incoherent rambling." Using cartoons and comic drawings to shed light on the mysteries of biology.
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    Using a cartoon as a prompt from which to start a discussion can often be a powerful way to begin to understand complex issues.
Ian Guest

Animals Chart - 2 views

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    Visualisation of dinosaurs shown to scale with modern animals. (by SameerPrehistorica on deviantART)
Rhondda Powling

Learning Never Stops: 50 websites that help make learning science fun - 1 views

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    A long, annotated list of science websites that one teacher has used in classroom situations." Especially useful for the younger year levels.
Ian Guest

Interactive Ear - 2 views

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    "A Guide to Human Hearing"
Ian Guest

the Shape of Life - 1 views

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    "Teachers, share with your students one of the greatest stories of all time - how did animal life evolve on planet earth? Download or stream these short videos to help students learn about this dramatic rise of the animal kingdom and how those first animals lead to the astonishing diversity we see on earth today"
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    via @rmbyrne
Ian Guest

32 Mesmerising GIFs That Will Make You Fall In Love With Science - 9 views

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    "The world in all its explosive, magnetic, and melting glory. Warning: You won't be able to stop staring at some of these."
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    (via @Denbigh_TSA) Don't think of it so much as a list, but a collection.
Camilla Elliott

Catalogue of Life - 4 views

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    Gateway to online database of the world's known species of animals, plants, fungi and micro-organisms
John Pearce

Learn AR Biology Demo - 4 views

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    "This Augmented Reality demo tool allows you to hold a marker in front of your chest and a see your internal organs. "
Ian Guest

SciShow - YouTube - 2 views

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    Over 200 short, fast-paced videos on a wide range of scientific topics. Use as stimulus material, lesson starters or have students verify the veracity of the claims ... or produce their own, SciShow-stylee.
John Pearce

Science-Based Google Maps | KQED QUEST - 0 views

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    Google Maps is an obvious fit in social studies lessons. But it's not always an obvious fit in science lessons. Last week during one of the New Hampshire Google Apps Bootcamps Alice Barr shared a good collection of Google Maps uses in science. KQED Quest has a collection of six examples of science based Google Maps. The collection includes examples of use in environmental science and geology lessons.
Ian Guest

DNA Learning Center - 6 views

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    "Laboratory experiments, computer explorations, and an interactive exhibition for students, educators, and the public."
Ian Guest

Brain Pickings - 8 views

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    "Brain Pickings is your LEGO treasure chest, full of pieces across art, design, science, technology, philosophy, history, politics, psychology, sociology, ecology, anthropology, you-name-itology. Pieces that enrich your mental pool of resources and empower you to combine them into original concepts that are stronger, smarter, richer, deeper and more impactful. Please enjoy."
John Pearce

CSIRO | Ocean Tracks - 1 views

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    Ocean Tracks is an Australian website on which students can view the tracks of marine animals in an online 3D environment. The "tracks" part of Ocean Tracks shows you where in the world tagged animals are swimming or have swum. Ocean Tracks uses the Unity browser plug-in to provide animations of the underwater views of tracked animals. You can see what bluefin tuna, swordfish, sharks, and many other fish see in 3D.
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