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science kit

National Museum of American History

Science

Smithsonian Libraries
Published: Lancaster, Pa. : Science Press, -1944; Lancaster, Pa. : American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1945- ; Washington, DC : American Association for the Advancement of Science, Since Jan. 1901 the official proceedings and most of the papers of the American Association for the Advancement of Science have been included in Science. Some issues accompanied by CD-ROM. Title from caption. Chemical abstracts 0009-2258 Also available online. Available also by subscription via the World Wide Web; access available via SIL PURL. Index in last issue of v., -1996; index only available in online version, 1997- Vols. for 1911-1913 contain: the Proceedings of the Helminthological Society of Washington, 1st-15th meeting. Elecresource Online version at the Association web site includes the official proceedings and most of the papers of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1901-

science kit

National Museum of American History

science fundamentals kit

National Museum of American History

Ed-U-Cards of Science

National Museum of American History
These 28 scientific "flash cards" were intended to supplement Mae and Ira Freeman's book Fun With Scientific Experiments. Like the book, these "Ed-U-Cards" (published by Random House around 1960) were intended for home use by elementary school students. The brochure accompanying the cards describes their use: "The simple experiments all using safe material usually found in the average household, should be performed at the first reading and only the very young will need adult assistance. Note that the cards should be read and kept in their numerical sequence since the information is 'programmed' with one card revealing a scientific truth that aids in the understanding of the following card. Naturally, the more time the child spends with the cards after the first reading, the more knowledge he will acquire."

science teaching kit

National Museum of American History

science teaching kit

National Museum of American History

science teaching kit

National Museum of American History

science teaching kit

National Museum of American History

Science Rocks!

National Museum of American History

Science Cells!

National Museum of American History

Mr. Wizard's Science Secrets

National Museum of American History

Virginia journal of science

Smithsonian Libraries
Chemical abstracts 0009-2258

Suspended after May 1943 issue; resumed in 1950. Cf. Union list of serials.

Also available online.

"Official journal of the Virginia Academy of Science."

Vol. 1-3, new ser. v. 1- include Proceedings of the Virginia Academy of Science, 1939/1940-1941/1942, 1949/1950-

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The Science of Teaching Science

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Eight-part video workshop that provides motivation, encouragement, a variety of models, and support for K-12 teachers who want to explore ways of changing how they teach science. Audiences see how other teachers approach science and are encouraged to reflect on their own practices.

Animal Studies–Science Vocabulary

Smithsonian Science Education Center
"Quick Tips: Resources for Teachers” is a series of short videos providing down-to-earth advice and instructional tips to teachers of STC™, our signature science curriculum. Each “Quick Tip” offers practical suggestions by experienced teachers for handling materials or managing classrooms in science investigations.

The Texas journal of science

Smithsonian Libraries
Published by Anchor Pub. Co., 1949-

Chemical abstracts 0009-2258

Supplements accompany some issues.

Also available online.

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induction cylinder, science teaching

National Museum of American History

Science Display

Smithsonian Archives - History Div
This image was taken by Ruel P. Tolman, artist, curator and later Director of Smithsonian National Collection of Fine Arts, now the Smithsonian American Art Museum, and is included in a scrapbook of photographs of Smithsonian staff, grounds and buildings, exhibitions, and Washington D.C. scenes.

See Negs SIA2011-0180 and SIA2011-0181 for another view of flask. In 1929, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory's Division of Radiation and Organisms, later the Smithsonian Radiation Biology Laboratory, was established by Secretary Charles G. Abbot. The Division's purpose was to undertake investigations of the effect of solar radiation on living organisms, mainly plants.

Science display of a glass test tube being used in an experiment by the Division of Radiation and Organisms whose laboratory was located in the west end of the basement of the Smithsonian Institution Building, also known as the "Castle."

induction cylinder, science demonstration

National Museum of American History

The Science

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Pacific science

Smithsonian Libraries
Bibliography of agriculture 0006-1530

Biological abstracts 0006-3169

Chemical abstracts 0009-2258

Nuclear science abstracts 0029-5612

Selected water resources abstracts 0037-136X

Also available online.

Available also via the World Wide Web; access available via SIL PURL.

Vols. for 1947- issued by the University of Hawaii.

Vols. 1-10, 1947-56, in v. 10.

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Rocket Science

SI Center for Learning and Digital Access
Teacher-created lesson in which young students learn of Newton's laws of motion by designing and launching an air-pressure rocket. The rocket is a plastic bottle.

Zoological science

Smithsonian Libraries
Official organ of the Zoological Society of Japan.

Ghost Science

National Museum of the American Indian
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