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The AeroFiles website is dedicated to providing information on the history of American Aviation for the past one hundred years. Information on civil, commercial and military aviation can be found on this site. The section ?Aircraft A-Z? contains history, information, and pictures on North American aircrafts built between 1903 and 2003. A useful glossary aviation terms, abbreviations, and data codes will help to navigate the more complex sections of this site. The large ?Military? section offers a variety of information on the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Navy. This site contains a good mix of information suitable for both the curious novice and those looking...
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National Digital Learning...
Crafted by the National Digital Learning Resources Network, this site is designed to offer access to high-quality educational resources on a range of academic...
Science in School
Crafted by the EIRO Forum, the Science in School website aims "to promote inspiring science teaching by encouraging communication between teachers, scientists,...
Online Scientific Calculator
The page contains an online scientific calculator with integrated unit converter. It provides scientific functions, algebraic operating mode, linear equation...
National Science Foundation:...
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has a number of thematic areas dedicated to providing resources for educators interested in the physical and biological...
Web Adventures: Explore Science
For young people interested in careers in science and technology, the Web Adventures site is a great way to pique interest. Created by the Center for...



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George Washington Carver, born a slave in 1864, contributed significantly to agricultural research. His creative chemistry served to revitalize the economy of the war torn South. He encouraged poor farmers to practice plant rotation and soil building techniques using nitrogen producing legumes.


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