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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This site contains a set of optical illusions designed to show the biases and perception tricks users' minds play on them while looking at different pictures.
  
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Try this site to learn about daily life in apparent weightlessness on a space station. It provides answers to all sorts of questions--about space food, space clothing, eathing and…
  
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This Exploratorium Magazine Online issue describes contemporary origami art. After a brief review of origami history, the article describes late 20th-century approaches, including…
  
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Publisher: Wikipedia
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This Wikipedia page provides a brief description of various techniques in high-speed photography, including use of strobe lights, specialized film and video cameras, and electronic…
  
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Publisher: American Physical Society
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The Physical Review Focus article describes the controversy over the structure of networks that optimize transport of nutrients through the veins in leaves. Images show how vein…
  
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Publisher: Nemo
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Try these online activities. The Games section contains HomeLab, with directions for kitchen experiments; E-Lab, with demonstrations of color, light, and perception; and Chain…
  
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Publisher: Twin Cities Public Television
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Check out the Science Try-Its at this site for activities you can do with materials you have right at home (to get to the activities, click on "Try this at home.") At the end of the…
  
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Publisher: Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation
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Visit this collection of inventors' stories to see who came up with working robotic arms, the maser, laser cooling, and more.
  
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Publisher: Physics Factory
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The Physics Factory is a team of scientists and educators in the Tucson, AZ area working to share their enthusiasm for physics with students, teachers, and the community. The…
  
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This article, from Texas Tech, contains a summary of a discovery that one of the earliest-known flying dinosaurs could configure its feathers into two sets of wings, similar to a…
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