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Electromechanical Devices, Systems, and...
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These interactive learning objects focus on concepts that cover a broad-based electromechanical program. The majority of these objects have been created for electronics, but during the next three years (until 2008), at least 300 more objects will be built that will focus on other topic areas such as hydraulics, pneumatics, mechanical design, and process control (see complete list on the left side of this page). Instructors from Fox Valley Technical College and other colleges in the Wisconsin Technical College System are creating these objects. FVTC has partnered with four other colleges throughout the United States that will be contributing to this repository. The effectiveness of learning...
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Botanical Society of America
Founded in 1893, the membership of the Botanical Society of America now includes scientists from around the world. The organization's website includes a number...
Retraction Watch
Launched in 2010 by science writers Ivan Oransky and Adam Marcus, Retraction Watch seeks to make public the "self-correcting" nature of science. The site has...
Finding and Using Health Statistics
Finding and using health statistics has become requisite for a number of careers in the past several decades. It's also a worthwhile skill for anyone...
Women in Science and Mathematics...
While the express goal of this website is to recruit and retain women students in sciences and mathematics at Eastern Illinois University, there is plenty of...
25 Years of Hubble
The Hubble Space Telescope was launched into low Earth orbit on April 25, 1990, supported by NASA funding that began in the 1970s. While the initial phase of...



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Glacial peaks against mountain peaks in Alaska.
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The organism is actually a soil fungus, the Armillaria bulbosa. Found in anorthern Michigan hardwood forest, it is most likely one of the world's oldest organisms as well, exceeding 1,500 years and weighing in at over 100 tons.


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