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Cosmic Journey: A History of Scientific...
Understanding the universe and space in all its complexity has consumed the passions of many people over the millennia. With an interest in bringing material from the world of scientific cosmology to the web-browsing public, the American Institute of Physics and the Center for History of Physics have created this website. The site is divided into two primary areas, titled "Ideas" and "Tools". In the "Ideas" section, visitors can read essays about the development of cosmology from the time of the Greeks all the way up to the present. And moving over to the "Tools" section, visitors can learn about important related events, including the invention of the telescope and the golden era of...
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Pelicans on Gunnison Island
This lesson from the STEM Action Center - Utah explores interactions between a population of American white pelicans and the environment during the spring and...
Backyard Organisms Lesson
This activity, from the STEM Action Center - Utah, challenges students to spend some time outside thinking about and observing organisms in their backyards. The...
Evolution of Earth
This activity, from the STEM Action Center - Utah, teaches students about the evolution of Earth. The activity is intended for 3rd through 5th grades and...
Smoke in a Bottle Lesson
This lesson plan from the STEM Action Center - Utah covers incomplete vs. complete combustion and is intended for sixth through 9th graders. During the lesson,...
Energy at Your School Lesson
This lesson plan from Breathe Utah and the STEM Action Center - Utah covers heat energy transfer and is intended for sixth graders. During the lesson, students...

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The world is becoming more and more quantitative and data focused. Many professions depend on numerical measurements to make decisions in the face of uncertainty. Statisticians use quantitative abilities, statistical knowledge, and communication skills to work on many challenging problems.

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