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This unit explain the ways in which computed tomography and nuclear magnetic resonance operate, with applications of each. It can be used by the science teacher in the classroom, and also presents the mathematics...
WhaleNet is an educational Web site for students and teachers from Wheelock College in Boston. The sites main features include photos, maps, and data from several satellite tracked marine animals, and lots of...
Eunice Kennedy Shriver's recent death serves as a reminder of her advocacy on behalf of those with mental retardation and her commitment to research about human development. The National Center for Medical...
This is an article by William Wells on the use of implanted biochips. Implanted biochips could be the tool of Big Brother, but they are more likely to become the treatment of choice for the physician of the 21st...
The National Institutes of Health has an Office of Science Education committed to getting the good word out about their vast array of educational resources. This trove of material includes lesson plans, newsletters,...
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