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From the University of Utah. Learn about genetics, cloning, and stem cell research. This site provides virtual labs and... see more

The Interactive Media Center frequently publishes new materials to add to our series of online reference resources and... see more

This video tutorial is geared towards graduate and professional students, but could also be helpful for undergraduate... see more

Digits, significant and otherwise; rules for rounding off and the reasoning behind them; some special cases such as... see more

How to deal with error and scatter in measured values; absolute and relative uncertainty. An elementary but thorough... see more

The Scientific Method page gives a comprehensive description of how the method works and gives several examples. It... see more

This site provides a very clear and organized overview about optics, the science of light. There is a table of contents... see more

website that contains materials in the history of aeronautics, science principles of aeronautics and careers in... see more

The bell-shaped curve, confidence intervals, using statistical tests of make conclusions, how to lie with statistics.

Explains the difference between information gathering, secondary research, and primary research

This is an interactive PowerPoint presentation to be used in Kiosk mode with students. It is intended to be a stand-alone... see more

Lots of links on the common material of water. Very kid friendly site with some great factoids.

Lots of links on the common material of water. Very kid friendly site with some great factoids.

Instructions and a video showing you how to make a tomato glow. A great way to capture your class's attention!

Really outstanding pictures and thumbnail encyclopedic information (ie. date discovered, where, by whom).

Lots of information and links to vocabulary and experiments about magnets and magnetism

Very kid friendly site. There are actual pictures of the various vocabulary and examples of places where water exists or... see more

This tutorial explains the value of taking your own notes in class and how to organize those notes.  This is part 2 of a... see more

This lesson will help your students answer the question: What foods are best suited for spaceflight and what makes foods... see more

Reliability of a measurement; an introduction to simple statistics for science students. Average, mean, deviation from... see more

This website provides a collection of fun and interactive educational videos, lessons, quizzes, games, and puzzles on... see more

A brief article for educators and the interested public on what happened with the "demotion" of Pluto and what the... see more

This site is a good informational tool to better understand the difference between mass and weight using the relationship... see more