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GreatScopes: Microscopic Experiments &...
This page, from GreatScopes, offers a number of labs and experiments for teachers to incorporate microscope use into the classroom. The activities range from learning to prepare wet mounts and blood smears, to observing specific substances like yogurt and spider webs. There are also lessons on microscope use and care, and the use of lab journals in microscopy. Educators are invited to submit their own lessons for inclusion on the site.
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Overview of Nanotechnology: Carbon...
This overview of nanotechnology is presented by the NaMCATE project. Carbon nanotubes are "cylindrical molecules with a diameter as small as 1 nm and a length...
FormoSat-3/COSMIC Webcast
This 70-minute Webcast discusses radio occultation (RO) and the latest RO mission: Taiwan's Formosa Satellite Mission 3/Constellation Observing System for...
The Cicadas Were Here!
This site, from the University of Maryland Newsdesk, offers cicada information, recipes, photos, and even a column by the Insect Doc Professor Mike Raupp. The...
MIX: Marshall Image Exchange
This Marshall Space Flight Center website presents images that "represent America's past, present, and future space programs." The images are organized into...
Nanotechnology Gallery
This site, created by the United State's National Aeronautics and Space Administration, has up-to-date information on nanotechnologies, including information...

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