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Découvrez sur Curiosphere.tv, en partenariat avec le Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, un site thématique sur le... see more

From the University of Utah. Learn about genetics, cloning, and stem cell research. This site provides virtual labs and... 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 lesson will help your students answer the question: What foods are best suited for spaceflight and what makes foods... see more

Learn about the game and the science behind it with top scientists and the NHL's Sharks.

Create a grasshopper from a paper square. Make a hypothesis as to which grasshopper will "hop" the best. Practice hopping... see more

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

A PBS website on the world's largest rainforest the Amazon in South America. It contains general information on the... see more

An introduction to the light microscope - an online as well as downloadable application. This program was developed for... see more

The Adventures of Science Bob is a fun site for children. There is a link to The Lab, Science Fair Help, Experiments and... see more

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Site focuses on the use of Excel for data analysis. It provides knowledge of skills to develop a spreadsheet to analyze... see more

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

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

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

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