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American Memory (Browse Collections: Technology, Industry)

Astronomy for Schools, Selected Teaching Aids (Science Reference Guide)

Biographies of Women Scientists: For Girls and Young Wome (Science Reference Guide)

Biography, History of Science (Subject Guide)

Can you really build a house with straw? (Everyday Myteries)

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 (Science Reference Guide)

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 (Science Reference Guide)

Resources for Teachers (Selected Internet Resources)

School Gardens: A Guide to Selected Resources (Science Reference Guide)

School Gardening Activities: A Guide to Selected Resources (Science Reference Guide)

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 Internet Resources)

Space Science Projects (Science Tracer Bullet)

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

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