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Created by Peter Ekstrom, a senior lecturer in the Department of Physics at Lund University, Sweden, NuBase is a database of nuclear structure and decay data available for all known nuclides. It is a "compilation of...
"The world's brightest pulsed neutron and muon source located at the UK Rutherford Appleton Laboratory," ISIS "supports an international community of around 1600 scientists who use neutrons and muons for research in...
Headquartered in Gland, Switzerland, The World Conservation Union (IUCN) was founded in 1948 as the International Union for the Protection of Nature. Today, it is a network which brings together 83 nations, 110...
From reactions to the world of acids and bases, the study of chemistry can present certain unique challenges to all types of students. Fortunately, there are helpful sites like ChemTutor. As their site mentions,...
Growing plants on Earth can be hard enough, but what about growing plants in outer space? NASA takes on that very subject in this site designed to help educators address the rather intriguing subject of lunar plant...
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