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View Resource Solar Power: Photovoltaics

There are a number of methods of generating electricity from solar power. In this movie, engineers Beth Richards and Miguel Contreras demonstrate the most widely used method today, and break down the...

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View Resource Hydroponics

With only so much good farmland available worldwide, one of the challenges of feeding an expanding population is finding alternative ways to grow crops. Show your students one possible solution--a...

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View Resource Growing Bugs

"What? Growing bugs is a real job? And it requires math?!" Organic farmers depend on Jan Dietrick to supply them with good bugs that attack bad bugs. She depends on her knowledge of numbers to get...

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View Resource Moorpark Zoo: Managing Exotic Animals

Today?s homework: Hand-feed tigers, divvy up raw meat for hyenas and teach the sea lion to play hide and seek. Show your students why math, especially measurement, is an essential tool when it c...

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View Resource The Horse Doctor

A successful professional in any career must be an expert observer, and in no field is this truer than health care. It is especially important to veterinarian Dr. Dina Andrews, whose patients can?t t...

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