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The Royal Observatory Greenwich
The Royal Observatory Greenwich is part of the National Maritime Museum and home of the Prime Meridian of the world. Visit this site to learn about time (e.g., there is a map that shows the area of the world covered by darkness and light), seasons, t
Science Education Gateway (SEGway)
Try a self-guided science lesson and learn more about space and astronomy. Choose an interview to hear what solar scientists have to say about the sun. Find out about the latest astronomical news and events. Follow an online NASA Quest chat between
ScienzFair Project Ideas
Looking for a science fair project idea? If you visit this site you will know you are in the right place to find an idea. There are more than 20 subject categoires from which to look. Additionally, you will find links to other sites, tips, and more.
Seismology at the Science Fair
Are you interested in earthquakes as a science fair topic? Turn to this site as you begin your study; there are links to valuable resources such as completed science fair projects on the topic, how to build a seismometer, geology activites for all a
The term "skyscraper" was coined in the 1880s, shortly after the first tall buildings were constructed in the United States, but the history of tall buildings dates back hundreds of years. Since the Middle Agesm engineers have engaged in a battle for
Tunnels provide some of the last available space for cars and trains, water and sewage, even power and communication lines. Today, it's safe to bore through mountains and burrow beneath oceans - but it was not always this way. In fact, it took engine
What in the World Could It Be?
Have some fun and test your ability to reason. At this site you will see a magnified picture of an item and you must determine what it is. Have fun as you use reasoning skills to choose one of three answers.
The Why Files
The Why Files cover issues of science, health, environment, and technology from a unique perspective. Using news and current events as a springboard to explore science and the larger issues it raises, they hope to show science as a human enterprise a
The Yuckiest Site of the Internet
First there was mud. Then there were worms. And now there is Yucky! Test your skills with Whack-a-Roach. All you need to know about barfing, belching, and blackheads! Plus mad scientist fun in Yucky Labs!
Zoom Inventors and Inventions
The Invention site is great for a researcher. If you know the name of a specific inventor, you can look him or her up alphabetically. Or, you can look for the region of the world or the era in which the subject was invented. Maybe you will be inspire
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