Created by the Concord Consortium, the Molecular Workbench is "a modeling tool for designing and conducting computational experiments across science." First-time visitors can check out one of the Featured Simulations to get started. The homepage contains a number of curriculum modules which deal with chemical bonding, semiconductors, and diffusion. Visitors can learn how to create their own simulations via the online manual, which is available here as well. The Articles area is quite helpful, as it contains full-text pieces on nanoscience education, quantum chemistry, and a primer on how transistors work. A good way to look over all of the offerings here is to click on the Showcase area....
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The University of Toronto's Artificial Perception Lab investigates the theory, implementation, and application of multi-sensor information systems. The lab's...
This exhibit from Exploratorium Exhibit Services simulates the formation of desert landscapes. The site provides a link to a QuickTime video of the exhibit.
In this radio broadcast, a college geology department chairman explains that very few students currently entering college are choosing to study geology. He...
This National Aeronautics and Space Administration site describes long-term changes in Earth's magnetic field, and how magnetic stripes in the Atlantic seafloor...
This site contains lecture notes regarding avian reproduction from Dr. Gary Ritchison's Ornithology course at Eastern Kentucky University. The lecture notes are...
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The term "mathematics" has a Greek origin meaning "science, knowledge, or learning... fond of learning." Today, it means "the rigorous, deductive study of quantity, structure, space, and change."
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