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Vacuum Equipment Simulation Lab
This document, created by Pennsylvania State University and hosted by the Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge Network, serves as a guide for a laboratory activity where students use simulation software to "gain a conceptual understanding of vacuum technology in general as well as the operations of vacuum systems that are implemented in the micro-nano research areas and manufacturing." The lab consists of three activity modules: vacuum technology, gas flow, and heat transfer. Each activity includes step-by-step directions. In order to access and download this material, users must complete a free registration.
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Diode Laser
This resource, part of the Spectroscopy Lab Suite, illustrates the physics of a semiconductor Diode Laser. Students can create conduction and valence band...
The Blue Brain Project
The Lausanne, Switzerland-based Blue Brain Project has been building a virtual brain in a supercomputer for over a decade. And while the task seems almost...
Scratch
Brought to the world by the Lifelong Kindergarten Group and the MIT Media Lab, Scratch allows children to program their own interactive stories, games, and...
Zoology
With 29 zoology-related activities, comics, quizzes, games, book lists, and other sundry tidbits, the Zoology section of the American Museum of Natural...
The Huntington: Garden Programs
The Huntington, which is located in San Marino, California, is unusual among cultural institutions for its scope. Including a library, an assortment of art...



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