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View Resource Powering the Planet

To consider the space solar power concept requires an understanding of science, technology, engineering, math, energy, policy, environmental factors, and more. Space solar power is an engineering...

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View Resource Understanding Hurricanes

Scientist Kevin Petty, of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, studies hurricanes. He is helping to improve hurricane forecasts and warnings by learning how to better predict the intensity...

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View Resource Calculating the Power of the Wind

Want to show your students specific real world examples of radius, area and algebra? Wind Analyst Emily Hardy does just that... in under two minutes! Running time 1:45 minutes. Available by...

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View Resource The Forester

For Tami Sabol, the forest is her office. As a Forester for Plum Creek Timber Company, she is responsible for the health of hundreds of thousands of acres of trees. Using math and science is a...

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View Resource Global Systems Science: An Integrated Science Curriculum for High School

Global Systems Science (GSS), for grades 9-12, focuses on societal issues that require science for full understanding. It is a series of twelve student books (described below), teacher guides, and...

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