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Michigan Sea Grant has produced a fantastic resource to help educators teach their students about Great Lakes science. Teaching Great Lakes Science offers...
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Nature's Notebook is a fun and educational citizen science project focused on phenology throughout the United States. Here, nature lovers of all ages can...
Educators and young people interested in biomedical sciences may want to check out Centre of the Cell's Learn & Play resources. Part of the Queen Mary...
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