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View Resource Discovering the Principle of the Fuel Cell at Home or in School

Fuel cells convert chemical to electrical energy. Engines and turbines with generator can also do this but there is a lot more interest in fuel cells. It is reported that the latter have a much...

http://www.fuelcells.org/ced/career/scienceproject.pdf
View Resource Solar Cell Simulation

Students model the flow of energy from the sun as it enters a photovoltaic cell, moves along a wire and powers a load. The game-like atmosphere involves the younger students and helps them understand...

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/education/pdfs/solar_cellsimulat...
View Resource Cool Stuff to do @ Home: EEW! Whats that Smell?

The activities below are a part of The Tech's new IDEA (Innovation, Design, Exploration Activities) kits.

http://www.thetech.org/education/downloads/athome/WhatsThatS...
View Resource Cool Stuff to do @ Home: Thaumatropes

The activities below are a part of The Tech's new IDEA (Innovation, Design, Exploration Activities) kits.

http://www.thetech.org/education/downloads/athome/Thaumatrop...
View Resource Resources for K-12 Teachers and Students

Explore the amazing world of microbes using our WebQuest guided discovery exercises. For teachers, discover a wealth of related resources, teaching strategies, and activities that have been developed...

http://serc.carleton.edu/microbelife/k12/index.html
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