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SAFE-T™ Chalk/White Board Demonstration Tools, Set of 5

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Equal Mass Metal Density Cube, Set/5

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Double convex lens

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3-D Popup Sea Animals

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Kit Smell-It Group

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Dna Playground - Classroom

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Small DNA Playground™, 110 - 250 V, 50 - 60 Hz

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Battery Electrode

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DVD Physical Geo of the United States

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People have a lot of different ideas about what the future will be like. Will there be flying cars? Will people live on the Moon? One thing that most people agree on is that robots will probably be very important. So let's have a look at robots - how they work, how they're made and how they're goin

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In a 100-meter sprint, when do athletes reach their highest speed? When do they accelerate at the highest rate and at what point, if any, do they stop accelerating? In this program we look at how graphs can help us better understand the motion of athletes and cars.

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In Newton’s Third Law, we look at that most poetic of all Laws “For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction”. How does a rocket engine work? Why do guns recoil when they’re fired? How do our muscles work? What propels us when we’re swimming? How exactly is gravity a two-way interaction

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Introduces students to the concept that acceleration is a measure of how quickly something changes its speed. We join James Bond as he falls out of an airplane without a parachute, splash into the water at 50.4 km/hr with host Spiro Liacos and watch on helplessly as a truck runs off an unfinished b

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Do you know where your food comes from? Head behind the scenes with organic farmers and the urban farming organization, “Not Far From the Tree” to find out where your food comes from. Urban people take a field trip and ‘go country’ to better understand the origins of their food. Find out what commu

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Today, thousands of communities across the country face the challenges of removing outdated dams that threaten to fail. So they wrestle with the questions of how to remove these old dams and how dammed rivers can be restored. This program reveals how one community struggled to discover the real wo

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