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Will's Bone Marrow Transplant
Will is four years old. Will has leukemia. Will's homepage is updated daily, tracing his progress as he struggles toward health. While this website may be somewhat heavy for young students, Will's story offers a lesson in compassion and hope for everyone, and that's reason enough to visit.

The Tele-Garden
How does your garden grow? The Tele-Garden grows on the web with the help of a remote-controlled robotic arm. The tele-robotic installation allows you to visit a remote garden filled with living plants. Visitors can manipulate an industrial robot arm to plant, water, and monitor the progress of seedlings.

B-Eye - See the World Through the Eyes of a Honeybee
It's really a very simple concept: image you're a honeybee. What do you see? What's your perspective? Besides being fun, a visit to B-Eye can be quite thought-provoking.

Teel Family Homeschool Page
The Teel family, of Alaska, USA, uses the web to connect their "students" with the world. The Teels use the web for their homeschooling curriculum needs. If you have an interest in home education, start here. The Teels have assembled an extensive collection of useful resources.

Robots in Action
Why would an archival list of robotic mpeg video clips be interesting? Watch a few of them. You'll understand.

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