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View Resource Photovoltaic Basics

Have you ever wondered how electricity is produced by a photovoltaic ? what we often call a PV or solar electric ? system? We'll help you understand by covering the basics of PV technology, which inc...

http://www.eere.energy.gov/basics/renewable_energy/photovolt...
View Resource College Bound Network

Includes Career/Trade schools and Technical schools.

http://www.collegebound.net/
View Resource Start a Career in Today's Hottest Health Care Industries

The best way to begin your research is to do your homework on educational programs available at healthcare schools in your area or via online courses. From there, the possibilities are endless. How...

http://www.do-something.com/health/?campaign_id=12063579&
View Resource Mechatronics Education Center

In plain English, Mechatronics is how high-tech manufacturing gets done today. And it?s one of the fastest growing career areas in the world. From medicine to food processing, from auto assembly t...

http://www.mechatronics-mec.org/
View Resource King of the Hill

In teams of two or alone, design and build a vehicle that will climb a hill, cross the crest, stop, and prevent your opponent from crossing in the opposite direction.

http://www.asme.org/Events/Contests/King_Hill.cfm
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