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Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization
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The Australian Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation's archive of DIY science projects include a range of activities involving explosions, slime, rockets, rainbows, and more.
  
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Publisher: University of Winconsin-Madison MRSEC
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This set of videos, from the University of Wisconsin, show visualizations of the forms of carbon: graphite, graphine, diamond, fullerene, and nanotube. For each of the these forms, a…
  
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Publisher: Science Museum of Toyko
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Enjoy this charming animation, with music, about a young wizard who really wants to fly. Along the way, learn about the physics of flight.
  
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Publisher: Ontario Science Center
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Challenge your friend to blow up a balloon inside a bottle. It should be easy. An explanation is included.
  
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Publisher: University of California Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley
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This site, hosted by the University of California at Berkeley, offers a multiple-page article discussing how the first cells evolved from a "soup" of primordial chemicals. The…
  
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J. McNeill
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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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K. Libbrecht
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This website, from Caltech, contains the basic facts about snowflakes and snow crystals, along with many images. The structure of ice, the basic form of a snowflake, the dependence…
  
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Publisher: Physics 2000
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This series of webpages from Physics 2000 presents spectral lines, atomic energy levels, and transitions from one level to another. A simulation shows how a photon is emitted when an…
  
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Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
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The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry's Science Adventures has a number of programs designed for larger groups in a gymnasium or multi-purpose room setting. Programs run from 1…
  
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Publisher: Maryland Science Center
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The Maryland Science Center offers traveling science programs to assemblies and classrooms alike. Topics presented involve electricity, chemistry, optics, cryogenics, archaeology,…
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