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Martin Burrett

Elements 4D - 6 views

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    This Apple app bills itself as 'part toy, part chemistry experiment'. Connect augmented reality blocks to digitally mix/react chemicals together and view the information and visualisations. No fume cupboard necessary.
Amy Roediger

Computer Simulation for Redox Titrations - 6 views

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    Very cool redox titration simulation
Beth Kappus

Labster | LabsterX - 7 views

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    Laboratory simulations for HS
Jeanne Elliott

GIS in Action - National Geographic Education - 4 views

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    Environmental Science
Jeanne Elliott

Webcast Schedule | Q?rius, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History - 1 views

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    Webcasts have science literacy! Hard to find. Several literacy sources on the same topic. Able to use media and written forms on the same topic
Lottie Peppers

Problem-Attic - 5 views

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    100,000 of the best questions from NY Regents, State Assessments, Academic Competitions, and more.

    Search by topic or exam. Select, arrange, and format questions the way you like. Create beautiful classroom materials in just minutes!
Martin Burrett

Glean - 7 views

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    A great site for finding a wide collection of educational videos on science and maths.
Roland Gesthuizen

The search for ET: how close are we? - space - 23 December 2014 - New Scientist - 0 views

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    "The search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) has been going on for over half a century. It has mostly drawn a blank. But once in a while there is a flurry of excitement. Here are some of the highlights."
Jeanne Elliott

Listen Current - Home - Current Events and Featured Lesson Plans - 2 views

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    with resources to use!
Roland Gesthuizen

This Is the Stupidest Anti-Science Bullshit of 2014 | Mother Jones - 4 views

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    2014 had its fair share of landmark scientific accomplishment .. there was also no shortage of high-profile figures eager to publicly and shamelessly denounce well-established science-sometimes with serious consequences for public policy. So without further ado, the most egregious science denial of 2014:
hpbookmarks

Earth as Art | Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center - 2 views

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    Satellite imagery of our planet that provides colorful, amazingly beautiful examples of earth's geological, geographical formations, and meteorological activity.
Amy Roediger

RNA | NOVA Labs | PBS - 3 views

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    "Nature's best kept secret is a wonder molecule called RNA. It is central to the origin of life, evolution, and the cellular machinery that keeps us alive. In this Lab you'll play the role of a molecular engineer by solving RNA folding puzzles. Then take your skills to Eterna, where you can design RNAs that could be at the heart of future life-saving therapies."
Amy Roediger

TryEngineering - 4 views

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    Research majors, find universities, access lesson plans, and play games about engineering.
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