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The mission of NCLT is to "develop the next generation of leaders in nanoscale science and engineering teaching and learning, with an emphasis on [nanoscale science and engineering education] NSEE capacity building, providing a strong impact on national science, technology, engineering and mathematics education." On this site, visitors will find information about the center and its education portal, NanoEd.
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Symmetries I
This unit from Illuminations provides students with the opportunity to learn about the mathematical properties of rotations. These lessons investigate...
Latitude and Longitude
This article, published in the National Atlas, explains what latitude and longitude are and how they are used to define a location on Earth. It discusses Earth...
Harmful Algal Blooms
This Aquatic Pathobiology website features an overview of harmful algal blooms. Specific focus is given to blooms of microscopic algae occurring in the...
World Bank: Mapping for Results
Upon entering The World Bank's homepage, even the most experienced researcher can feel a bit intimidated. The site contains thousands of documents, and even...
Quantum Microscopy and Quantum...
This web-page contains an FAQ offered by the quantum systems engineering group at the University of Washington. The FAQ provides some general information about...



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