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This site from Clemson University shows how fluorescence enables the tracking of nanoparticles in living cells. Illustrations include the fluorescence of different kinds of…
  
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C. Nave
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This page of Hyperphysics, from Georgia State University, develops the relationship between tension, pressure, and radius in a balloon. The same ideas are then applied to the walls…
  
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This page of Hyperphysics, from Georgia State University, uses elasticity to explain why a baby needs help to take its first breath, and also why people with emphysema have so much…
  
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Publishers: Public Broadcasting Service and Chedd-Angier-Lewis Production Company
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This PBS site contains hands-on activities that model obstructed blood vessels. Materials are simple--straws, clay, and water--and the experiments are easy to do. You'll model how…
  
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Publisher: Auburn University Science in Motion
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The Auburn University Science in Motion program brings high tech laboratory experiences for students and effective professional development for high school teachers in many school…
  
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Publisher: Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
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This webpage presents theoretical biophysics research on a protein called aquaporin, which allows water to travel through cell walls but blocks the flow of protons (ionized…
  
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Physics Central; Publisher: American Physical Society
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Find out how Computed Tomography (CT) scans work and how they have been improved since the mid-seventies. Compare the CT scan to X-rays to show CT scan's ability to take pictures of…