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This page presents activities related to distribution of electricity from the Science & Engineering in the Lives of... see more

This site, created by John Walker of Formilab -- Switzerland, allows users to view the earth and moon, and daylight and... see more

This 10:16 video considers use and safety regarding electricity. The video describes the fundamentals of electricity... see more

Authored by Nick Strobel, "Astronomy Notes" is an educational resource for introductory astronomy classes for... see more

This website includes links to a wide range of tutorials on topics from electronics for beginners to PIC... see more

This general website, maintained by creator Bill Beaty, contains general science topics for study. Both fun and... see more

The links on this page are to background information which students taking electronics courses (particularly PHY2003,... see more

This website includes links to more than 90 tutorials that are available either online or through CDROM. Subjects range... see more

This website from Antonio Carlos M. De Queiroz, an associate professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro,... see more

This site contains 40 Flash animations for teaching about the physics of energy.

This website from the University of Virginia provides an overview of the advancements in chemistry and physics that led... see more

This site provides timely access to the results of space exploration. It uses new technology to provide fresh research... see more

This web page, authored and curated by David Stern, discusses the interaction of the solar wind with the Earth's... see more

This website from the Exploratorium provides an introduction to seismic science, or earthquakes and their effects. The... see more

This web site features the Franklin Institute's (Philadelphia, Pa.) historic collection of photographs, writings,... see more

This course web site is a collaboration between engineering and art students demonstrating the intricacies of fluid... see more

This web page, created by Edward L. Wright of the University of California, Los Angeles, provides answers to common... see more

This page presents activities related to generation of electricity from the Science & Engineering in the Lives of... see more

This page presents activities related to the generation of electrical power from the Science & Engineering in the Lives... see more

Cornell University's Institute for the Study of Continents (INSTOC) and Department of Geological Sciences have developed... see more

Authored by the National Science Foundation (U.S.), this book collects in one place the results of nearly ten years of... see more

Students study the concepts of force, motion, and work as they analyze simple machines. They study the simple machines in... see more

This site offers easy to understand explainations for the following areas of electronics: How does electricity work? How... see more

A simple explanation of how a transistor works. Most introductory textbooks do a very poor job of explaining the details... see more