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Paradox & Infinity
What is a paradox? More importantly, what is infinity? These concepts can blow one's mind in the best way possible and they are the subject of this course at...
As one of Chicago's great scientific institutions, the Field Museum offers up everything from public lectures on paleontology to visiting exhibits on the...
Created by a team of educational specialists at Northwestern University, DVAction is a resource for chemistry laboratory instructors.The funding for this fine...
Mathematics educators will find much to enjoy on this clutch of video programs created to help illustrate the link between instruction and assessment. Created...
Created by David Liao, this site offers a way for scientists, educators and others to investigate biological systems using a physical sciences perspective. On...
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