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View Resource Bats

For some people, bats are one of the scariest groups of creatures out there. Not for Bert Grantges. He knows that without bats we'd be overrun by bugs, and that would be scarier. He uses basic math...

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View Resource The Blackfooted Ferret

US Fish and Wildlife Service wildlife biologists explain how they are making great strides toward saving this endangered species. From breeding ferret offspring to preparing them for release back...

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View Resource Indicator Species

Indicator species are used as an early warning of pollution or degradation in an ecosystem. Running time 1:51 minutes. Available by subscription.

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View Resource Maglev Trains

Gliding on a wave of electromagnetic force, a maglev train could travel at 300 miles per hour or faster. Designer-engineers describe the mechanics and future benefits of such superconductor...

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View Resource Testing Bats

Take your students inside Easton Sports? research & development lab to meet engineers and technicians who are using math, science and technology to design and test high-performance baseball and s...

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