This Exploratorium website provides creative educational materials for introductory physics students and teachers. Users can learn about the science behind a...
David Eyre at the University of Utah summarizes answers here to some of the common questions he receives about the physics of skiing. With the assistance of...
This website, created by Dr. Russell at Kettering University addresses the general physics concepts concerning baseball and softball bats and bat vibrations....
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign investigates the notion that people use physics every time they participate in a sport. With the use of...
Dr. Tim Gay at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln discusses the physical concepts related to football such as vectors, impulse, and atoms. The website...
Akiyo Kikuchi and Wally Drumhiller explore the physical aspects of scuba diving that people experience in the high pressure environment. Visitors can find out...
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