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From the Anthropology Education Commission (AEC) of the American Anthropological Association, comes a substantial collection of links to teaching resources and activities for anthropology educators. These teaching...
This online news article discusses the ability of tardigrades to withstand harsh conditions. The article covers the history, biology and significance of tardigrades, as well as the different types of cryptobiosis. It...
This is Lecture 17 in the FOA series on fiber optics. This lecture is on OTDRS - optical time domain reflectometers. OTDRs are very powerful test tools for fiber optics but are complex and require more analysis of the...
Unless you have a very large research grant, it can be difficult to find fossil bones. Fortunately, this very fine online learning module from the Smithsonian's Natural History Museum can help both young and old to...
The European Space Agency mission, International Gamma-Ray Astrophysics Laboratory (INTEGRAL), was developed to gather the Universe's energetic radiation in order to better understand the most violent processes in the...
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