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View Resource Beyond Discovery: The Path from Research to Human Benefit

Beyond Discovery?: The Path from Research to Human Benefit is a series of articles that trace the origins of important recent technological and medical advances. Each story reveals the crucial role played by basic science, the applications of which could not have been anticipated at the time the original research was conducted. Overall, this is a nice collection of resources for those in the s...

View Resource Smithsonian: Science and Technology

Browsing through the Encyclopedia Smithsonian can be a bit like spending time with a friend: You'll rediscover some familiar stories, and you'll probably learn something new at the same time. This particular part of the Encyclopedia Smithsonian covers science and technology and visitors can learn about Arctic wildlife, major "firsts" in aviation history, and bird biology. The materials are drawn...

View Resource Science

This is the website for Science Magazine online. Here users may: Access abstracts and full text articles updated weekly. Browse through the current issue or archived articles. Obtain information on magazine subscriptions and student, educator, and scientist awards. A wealth of science information is at your fingertips in all disciplines, particularly medicine. Links to other AAAS resources...

View Resource Scientific American Podcasts

These podcasts from Scientific American cover a variety of topics in science and technology. Podcast categories include Science Talk, 60-Second Science, 60-Second Mind and 60-Second Earth. The site includes a large archive of past podcasts. Users may subscribe to the podcasts using itunes or via RSS, or listen to them on the website. An MP3 file of each podcast is also available for download.

View Resource Life Sciences Education

The Life Sciences Education journal started publishing peer-reviewed articles in spring 2002 on life science education at the K-12, undergraduate, and graduate levels. The journal takes a broad view of the life sciences, and they frequently feature pieces on math, chemistry, neurosciences, genetics, and other fields. The articles are written by professionals engaged in teaching biology teaching...

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