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American Memory - Science & Technology Collections

Astronomy for Schools, Selected Teaching Aids - Science Reference Guide

Biographies of Women Scientists: For Girls and Young Women - Science Reference Guide

Biography, History of Science Subject Guide

Can you really build a house with straw? Everyday Mysteries

Cheetah - Science Reference Guide

Chemistry and Physics Experiments and Demonstrations -- Selected Resources for Students- Science Reference Guide

Chemistry and Physics Experiments and Demonstrations -- Selected Resources for Teachers- Science Reference Guide

The Crisis in Science Education- Science Tracer Bullet

Environmental Science Projects - Science Tracer Bullet

Girls & Science Education: How to Engage Girls in Science

Latinos in Math & Science: Resources for kids, young adults and teachers - Science Reference Guide

Plastics -- Science Safari Adventures - Selected Internet Resources

Podcasts, Webcasts & Other Digital Media Files - Science Reference Guide

Resources for Teachers - Selected Internet Resources

School Gardens: A Guide to Selected Resources

School Gardening Activities: A Guide to Selected Resources

Science Education - Science Tracer Bullet

Science Education in the 21st Century - Science Tracer Bullet

Science Fair Projects - Science Tracer Bullet

Science Fair Projects - Selected Internet Resources

Science Projects in Biology, Natural History and Agriculture - Science Tracer Bullet

Selected Lesson Topics Using the Library of Congress Science Reference Service Resources - Selected Interent Resources

Space Science Projects - Science Tracer Bullet

Web Resources from the Library of Congress Science Reference Service - Selected Internet Resources

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