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Screenshot The Zooniverse provides an extraordinarily popular venue for citizen science projects. To explore what?s on offer, readers may click on projects, then select either science or laboratory. Dozens of possibilities present themselves, from programs that examine how galaxies form to projects that study the lives of the ancient Greeks. Readers may join a project and start contributing to data analysis of various kinds, from coding British World War I diaries to monitoring the wildlife of urban Chicago. Teachers will appreciate the extensive Education resources on the site, found within the Community tab. Zoo Teach, a companion website, can be explored by subjects (sciences, math, humanities, a...
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Science Friday: Educate
While Science Friday started as a show on public radio stations around the country in 1991, it has since expanded into a number of exciting directions, from...
NSF Science Now: Video Laboratory
Hosted by the National Science Foundation?s (NSF) Dena Headlee, NSF Science Now is a weekly newscast that covers some of the latest innovations from N...
Let's Talk Science
According to a Carnegie Foundation commission of researchers, the growth of contemporary economies is reliant on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and...
Science in the Classroom
Science in the Classroom is an excellent resource for high school teachers and university professors who want to integrate the latest breaking research into...
Open Culture
Perhaps the best way to describe Open Culture is to list what?s available: 1,100 free online courses, 700 free movies, 550 free audio books, 700 free eBooks, 1...



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