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View Resource Cryogenic Science Experiments

If you've watched the Discovery Channel, you've probably seen the show where the frozen Russian wooly mammoth was being thawed by scientists. Not only was it thawed, but a piece was cooked and eaten....

http://www.light-science.com/cryogenicroses.html
View Resource Ultrasound Tech Careers

Sonographers, also called ultrasound technicians and diagnostic medical sonographers, use ultrasound high frequency sound waves to produce images of internal body tissues to help a physician diagnose...

http://www.allalliedhealthschools.com/faqs/sonographer.php?s...
View Resource Health Care Tech Careers

If you're just entering the field of health care, you'll be amazed at the wide variety of medical specialties you can pursue. To get started on choosing a specialty, select the program that interests...

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View Resource Online Medical and Dental Assistant Courses

Taking online medical and dental assistant courses will provide you with the knowledge and credentials you'll need to enter this rapidly expanding career. Your education will include medically...

http://www.online-education.net/health/medical-dental-assist...
View Resource Cryogenic Roses

Can ice be used to preserve once-living things? Experiment with rose buds to find out.

http://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_Cryogenic_Ros...
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