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View Resource Sing About Science

Sing a song of chordates? Hum a ditty about algebra? These are just a few of the possibilities on the Sing About Science website. A team of scientists interested in studying the "usefulness of music in science and math education," created this musical archive with funds provided by the National Science Foundation. First-time visitors should start by clicking on the "Featured Videos" area. Here...

View Resource Podcasting with Your Students

The technology of MP3 audio and video files?the technology behind downloadable music and the new portable players?has made possible a new Internet medium, the podcast. A podcast is in some ways comparable to a blog. While blogging is a kind of online self-publication, podcasting is a kind of online self-broadcast. The creator of a podcast makes an audio or video recording and posts it at a web...

View Resource Museum of Science, Boston: Podcasts

The Museum of Science in Boston has an impressive array of podcasts, and visitors with a love of science will want to peruse this site closely. The podcasts feature weekly interviews with guest researchers and their own staff members. The series started in May 2009, and currently there are over 65 podcasts available here for the listening pleasure of interested parties. While the podcasts aren't...

View Resource DNA Replication

If you can tear your eyes away from the mesmerizing graphics , you'll find a very detailed and comprehensive DNA replication tutorial created by graphic artist/biologist John Kyrk. The tutorial's beautiful graphics and cool animations should make studying cell biology relatively painless for any student.

View Resource Science Oxford Live

The first things visitors will see when visiting the Science Oxford Live website are a few shots from the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibit that will soon be at the brick and mortar location of Science Oxford Live. It's hard to decide which is cuter: the hippo, the monkey, or the giraffe's tail. Visitors will certainly want to check out the video podcasts available through iTunes, and...

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