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What's New?

Ben Franklin's Glass Armonica
We've added a new feature to our online exhibit about Ben Franklin. Now, you can "play" a tune on his glass armonica by "touching" the edge of the glass bowls. If you've never seen "Ben Franklin: Glimpses of The Man," this might be the time to visit.

"The Philadelphia Inquirer"
New science and health stories are available online with links to supporting information. A few recent topics include hurricanes, El Niño, the mass of neutrinos, award-winning computer science pioneers, global warming, and immunization. If any of these meet your curriculum requirements, there's some current science waiting for you.

Music Hotlist
Every day, we add new resources to our lists of educational hotspots. This month, be sure to check the Music hotlist. We have completely revised our list of music resources.

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