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This resource explores Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, the largest structure on Earth built by living organisms.
This four-activity lesson helps children in grades 6-8 to actively and critically identify and probe scientific ideas embodied in a prominent component of popular culture, science fiction literature.
By studying the inventions and reading the biography of Thomas Edison, students will develop a broader view of technology and how it is both like science and unlike science.
In places where it gets below freezing in the wintertime, weather reports always include both the air temperature and the wind chill—that is, how cold it feels with the wind blowing. Wind makes the temperature feel colder because it carries heat away from our bodies. In this Science Update, you'll hear how the wind affects car engines in a similar way.
In this segment of Material Marvels, Dr. Ainissa Ramirez demonstrates how materials behave strangely when they are nanosize—about 1/100,000 the thickness of your hair.
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