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View Resource National Science Foundation: Nanoscience

The basic premise behind nanoscience is that manipulating individual atoms and molecules makes it "possible to build machines on the scale of human cells or create materials and structures from the bottom up with novel properties." This rather useful website from the National Science Foundation offers a great primer on nanoscience, complete with answers to basic questions like What is...

View Resource Technology Over Time

In this interactive activity adapted from A Science Odyssey, students will look at how technology in the home has changed over time. Specifically, they will examine a timeline from 1900 to 2010 and think about technological innovations and how they changed our daily lives. The material is intended for students in grades 3-8. The lesson is accompanied by a background essay, standards alignment...

View Resource Transferable Integrated Design Engineering Education

The Transferable Integrated Design Engineering Education (TIDEE) consortium was created in the mid-1990s at Washington State University in order to offer continuous improvement in engineering design education. On TIDEE's helpful website, engineering students and others can examine "learning experiences that will enable them to acquire specific knowledge and skills for design-related educational...

View Resource ARTStem

What is ARTStem? According to their website, ARTStem is about "promoting collaborations that explore the relationship between learning and teaching in the arts and the so-called "STEM" disciplines of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics." Visitors to the site will find tabs for the different areas of art, such as music, dance, and design, as well as for areas of science, such as math...

View Resource Pathways to Science

Pathways to Science is a fantastic resource for students of all ages looking to go into a career in the STEM fields. In particular, Pathways to Science emphasizes "connecting underrepresented groups with STEM programs, funding, mentoring and resources." Visitors will find that the menu near the top of the page includes sections for K-12 Students, Undergrads, Grad Students, and Postdocs. The...

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