Science

Blood Typing

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Nobleprize.org presents blood typing.  This is so much better than the blood typing I recall from high school biology.  They offer information about the discovery of blood groups, AB0 blood grouping system,Rh factor blood grouping system, Blood typing, and more. Their blood typing game looks like it will prove to be interesting as well.
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Digital Library for Physics and Astronomy

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This is a site that you will want to bookmark for years of us.  The searches you can conduct there are a Basic Search,Astronomy and Astrophysics Search,Physics and Geophysics Search,Science Education Search and a Top Search. Digital Library for Physics and Astronomy
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Michael Pritchard’s Lifesaver Filter

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My son just sent along this amazing Ted Talk video with  Engineer Michael Pritchard and his  portable Lifesaver filter, which can make the most revolting water drinkable in seconds.  Truly amazing.
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Top Science

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Link: TOPScience. Founded and still run by Ron and Peg Marson, TOPS Learning System presents this site which shows kids and parents how to use the most ordinary stuff to do sophisticated, hands-on science and math. Dozens of free sample lessons that you can use right now are at the TOPScience site. Get a...
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History of the Microwave

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Yes Magazine presents, The Twisted History of the Microwave.    Yes magazine is new to me, but I explored it and found some really interesting resources at their site.  They offer projects you can do at home, brain bumpters, reviews by you and more. The Twisted History of the Microwave
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Visible Human

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At the visible human site you can explore: Cross-sectional Anatomy: Using 2D images to visualize 3D structures. Planes of Section, with animations: An introduction to the three planes of section. Transverse | Coronal | Sagittal | Organs labeled in the sagittal plane Interactive Annotations: A clickable interface for learning about anatomical features. Includes search...
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Giant Pandas

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Giant Pandas

I love Pandas of any kind, but this online Smithsonian Exhibition offers all you may have wanted to know about Giant Pandas and more. Don’t miss the Panda Cam! Giant Pandas
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Skulls

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California Academy of Sciences invites us to come in, explore and get inside their heads! What is a skull? Structure and Function Diversity Living Tissue Skulls in Culture Skulls –Mary Nix
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Sky Watchers

Sky Watchers

Stacy, Home Education Magazine’s Office Manager, originally sent me information about The Talbert and Leota Abrams Planetarium. They are in Michigan and they offer a number of interesting night sky resources. Their Sky Calendar offers an easy to follow illustrated guide to sky events has received national recognition. The Talbert and Leota Abrams Planetarium...
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The Biology of the Horse

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This interactive site  from the American Museum of Natural History lets you explore  how special adaptations to the horse’s legs, digestive system, vision, and hearing give the horse its unique qualities as a partner for humans. The Biology of the Horse —Mary Nix
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