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This National Science Foundation (U.S.) press release reports that scientists have discovered evidence of microbial activity in a rock glacier high above tree line in the Rocky Mountains, a barren environment previously...
Dr. Mike Palmer, an Associate Professor of Botany at Oklahoma State University, put together this site as an instructional resource for a graduate-level course. Ordination, which means, literally, "the ordering of a set...
This research paper, presented at the 2002 Physics Education Research Conference, discusses the authors' research on student use of resources in learning quantum mechanics, which shows that a student often needs to make...
This PowerPoint presentation describes the problem with lead in the drinking water in Washington, DC. The presentation is interesting and well illustrated. It features a discussion of the basic chemistry involved with...
Here, the Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center provides a list of several curriculum resources related to underwater robotics and remote operated vehicles for underwater projects. In addition to providing...
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