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Wind: Our Fierce Friend
Take advantage of our unit of study for wind energy. If your science curriculum includes alternative energy sources, our online unit offers a unique, inquiry-based solution for teaching wind energy.

Ben's Preview Gallery and The Heart Preview Gallery
If you're not sure whether you want to explore our exhibits, take a look at the Preview Galleries. Designed to give you a quick overview of everything inside the exhibit, the Preview Galleries offer Things to See, Hear, Learn, and Do, as well as Places to Go.

Educational Hotlists
Who has time to wade through the stuff at NASA? You know there must be great stuff there, buried somewhere, but can you spare the time to find it? We've solved this problem and others by assembling our Educational Hotlists. We point to the buried treasures that you can really use in your classroom.

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
Check out one of our partner museums. They've recently debuted on the Web.

KIDS DID THIS:
Keeping up with kids on the Web can be a challenge. Take a look at what some kids in Cottage Grove, Minnesota have been doing.

"The Beat" with Dr. Joel Posner
Take some healthy heart advice from Dr. Joel Posner as he hosts a radio talk show called "The Beat." He answers questions about exercise, diet, and smoking.

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