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National, Texas Conrad Foundation - Spirit of Innovation Challenge
  • Chemistry
  • Engineering
  • Life Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Technology
Student Programs

This annual competition challenges high school student teams to use science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) skills to develop the products of tomorrow. Along the way, coaches, world-renowned scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs are there to mentor you and help turn your idea into a reality.

Indiana Conservation Materials
  • Earth and Space Sciences
Information/Resources
The Herp Center is involved in a variety of activities, including research on endangered herps and the development of recommendations for species management. The habitat management guidelines can be downloaded from this web site.
California Conservatory of Flowers
  • Animal and Plant A&P
Field Trips

The intimate setting of the Conservatory of Flowers gives visitors an up-close look at rare, exotic plants and beautiful tropical flowers. All San Francisco public and private school groups have free admission to the Conservatory with advance reservations.

National Contemporary Physics Education Project
  • Physics
Activities, Images/Collections, Teacher Resources

The Contemporary Physics Education Project is a non-profit organization of teachers, educators, and physicists located around the world. CPEP materials present the current understanding of the fundamental nature of matter and energy, incorporating the major research findings of recent years.

National, California Contribution of 20th Century Women to Physics
  • Physics
Database/Digital Library, Images/Collections, Information/Resources

An archive presenting and documenting some important and original contributions made before 1976 by 20th Century women.

National, Virginia Cool Science presented by Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • Life Sciences
Images/Collections, Information/Resources, Lesson Plans, Video/Virtual

At Cool Science, we entertain questions of all kinds, encourage young scientists to get their hands dirty-virtually, offer high school and college students new approaches to cutting-edge science topics, provide educators with a host of innovative resources they can use in their classrooms, and reveal what it takes to become a scientist.

Texas Cooper Technology Center
  • Engineering
  • Public/Private Partnerships
Information/Resources, Student Programs, Video/Virtual

Cooper is dedicated to the ongoing training and education of end-users, distributors, engineers and procurement professionals. With thousands of products and hundreds of solutions, Cooper utilizes a variety of tools and locations to deliver comprehensive training on a wide variety of Cooper product lines and the latest industry and market topics. Whether you are searching for a classroom experience or hands-on product training within a true application environment, Cooper delivers training designed to satisfy countless needs.

Texas CORE 4 STEM - San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
  • Earth and Space Sciences
  • Engineering
  • Life Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Technology
Lectures/Presentations, Student Programs

This conference will feature leaders from the energy, science, computer, and aerospace industries and will present students with the opportunity to meet with high-profile representatives from Fortune 500 companies and governmental agencies.  There will be hands-on and demonstration projects, presentations, and college recruiters.

National Cornell Center for Materials Research
  • Chemistry
  • Earth and Space Sciences
  • Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
Activities, Lesson Plans, Student Programs, Teacher Resources

The mission of CCMR is to advance, explore and exploit the science and engineering of advanced materials. Our Educational Programs Office is an essential and outstanding feature of the CCMR. We directly reach thousands of students (K-12), hundreds of parents, hundreds of teachers (K-14), and many undergraduates from across the country each year.

National Cornell Lab of Ornithology
  • Earth and Space Sciences
  • Life Sciences
  • Physics
Information/Resources, Library/Museum, Professional Development, Student Programs, Research

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology offers lifelong opportunities for learning about, enjoying, and conserving birds. People of all ages participate in our projects and courses in classrooms, homes, and neighborhoods around the world.

National Cornell Math Explorer's Club
  • Mathematics
Information/Resources

The Math Explorers' Club is an NSF supported project that develops materials and activities to give middle school and high school students an experience of more advanced topics in mathematics. These materials are directed towards teachers, who are welcome to adapt and copy the materials in any way they see fit, as well as towards more advanced students, who may wish to learn independently.

National Cornell University Food Safety Investigation
  • Life Sciences
Curriculum, Teacher Resources

A supplemental unit of instruction for high school agriculture, biology, health, and food science classes.

 

National Cornell University Laboratory for Elementary Particle Physics
  • Physics
Activities, Afterschool, Lab Activities, Lesson Plans, Teacher Resources

The public outreach mission of the Laboratory for Elementary-Particle Physics is to increase the scientific literacy of the community by cultivating excitement and understanding in the realm of physical science. The outreach program bridges the scientific community to the general public through the distribution of educational materials, the sponsoring of various physics related events and by providing meaningful side-by-side interactions to students of all ages in an effort to foster life-long learning.

National Cornell University Science & Arts Gateway for Education
  • Chemistry
  • Earth and Space Sciences
  • Engineering
  • Life Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Technology
Information/Resources, Video/Virtual

Cornell University’s award-winning K-12 Science & Arts Gateway for Education (SAGE) was developed by the Cornell Center for Advanced Computing. This gateway provides educators and students with links to lesson planning and learning resources in science, mathematics, and the arts.

National CosmoLearning
  • Chemistry
  • Engineering
  • Life Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Technology
Database/Digital Library, Images/Collections, Lectures/Presentations, Research, Video/Virtual

Created with the goal to provide a free online school, CosmoLearning (CL) is an educational website committed to improve the quality of homeschooling, teaching and student excellence, helping educators and self-learners alike anywhere in the world.

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