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The New York Academy of Sciences has so many areas that they investigate that choosing just one to highlight can be difficult. The Environmental Sciences and Sustainability topic is particularly interesting, and there's...
Developed and maintained by registered dental hygienist and author Amy Nieves, this site offers a plethora of material for students and professionals alike. Of special interest is a case study area that provides x-rays...
The US National Trust for Historic Preservation presents this short piece on the true costs of home construction and demolition. The group aims to show that it is untrue that older homes are "energy hogs." This webpage...
Written and Maintained by Dr. Lars Liden of the Department of Cognitive and Neural Systems at Boston University, the Visionary is just what it says. Users can click on any letter and find a list of important terms,...
This lesson helps students understand financial topics (interest rates, FICO scores and loan payments) in a mathematical context. Students will calculate monthly payments for a car or home based on the best interest...
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