This activity from the Midwest Regional Center for Nanotechnology Education (NANO-LINK) contains instructions for an experiment to explore the electromagnetic spectrum and nanoscience. The three-part activity will use sunscreen as an example of applied nanoscience, using photo chromic paper and light sources to look at the "relationship between energy (wavelength) and physical geometry...(nanoparticles)." This activity is intended for students with at least an eighth grade science education and can be downloaded in .pdf format.
Cybersecurity Curriculum Resources
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This list of teaching resources from Britain's Nuffield Foundation provides teachers with the resources they need to animate lessons in mathematics and...
Educators in search of high school level physics resources will find much to celebrate on this resources page. Assembled by the British educational non-profit...
For educators looking for lesson plans about the Red Planet, this resource rich site from NASA and Arizona State University will not disappoint. All lessons...
Have you ever wondered about the origins of the chemistry set or its evolution from the Young Chemists Pocket Companion of 1797 to the modern kits we know...
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Florence Nightingale (1820-1910) was a member of the Royal Statistical Society and one of the first people to collect statistics which led to reforms in health policy in 19th century Britain. Her work saved the lives of countless British soldiers.
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