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Virtual Galleries and Museums

Balancing Chemical Equations. (Submitted by Bruce Ngo on 2007-07-04 13:01).
Introduction to writing and balancing chemical equations, with basic rules summarized at the end and some practice problems.
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The Annenberg CPB Math and Science Project. (Submitted by Shana Davis on 2007-06-27 23:35).
This resource has a variety of helpful teaching tools and covers a variety of topics. They have videos that are enlightening and describe how students learn as well as what they should be learning.
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cool science for curious kids. (Submitted by Carolyn Looney on 2004-11-19 13:52).
has fun why? type question and answers.
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The American Museum of Natural History. (Submitted by Trina Davis on 2001-10-24 10:38).
The American Museum of Natural History is home to vast collections of insects, invertebrates, fish, amphibians, reptiles, anthropological artifacts, and more fossil mammals and dinosaurs than any other museum in the world. It has over 200 working scientists and welcomes millions of visitors each year.
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The American Museum of Natural History. (Submitted by Trina Davis on 2001-10-24 10:37).
The American Museum of Natural History is home to vast collections of insects, invertebrates, fish, amphibians, reptiles, anthropological artifacts, and more fossil mammals and dinosaurs than any other museum in the world. It has over 200 working scientists and welcomes millions of visitors each year.
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The British National Gallery. (Submitted by Trina Davis on 2001-10-24 10:36).
The National Gallery, London, houses one of the greatest collections of European painting in the world. These pictures belong to the public and entrance to see them is free.
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The Dahesh Museum of Art. (Submitted by Trina Davis on 2001-10-24 10:36).
The Dahesh Museum of Art is the only museum in America dedicated to collecting and exhibiting 19th- and early 20th-century European academic art, which is the continuation of the great Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo traditions in the visual arts.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art. (Submitted by Trina Davis on 2001-10-24 10:35).
Visit daily to see featured artwork housed in the gallery. The Met's collection now contains more than two million works of art from all parts of the world, ancient through modern times. About 3,500 objectsfifty highlights from each of the Museum's curatorial departments as well as the entire department of European Paintingscan be searched by artist, period, style, or keyword.
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Smithsonian Institution. (Submitted by Trina Davis on 2001-10-24 10:34).
The Institution holds more than 140 million artifacts and specimens in its trust for the increase and diffusion of knowledge. The Institution is also a center for research dedicated to public education, national service, and scholarship in the arts, sciences, and history. It is composed of sixteen museums and galleries and the National Zoo and numerous research facilities in the United States and abroad.
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The Louvre Museum. (Submitted by Trina Davis on 2001-10-24 10:33).
Take a virtual tour of one of the most famous museums in the world. Located in Paris, France, the Louvre is home to some of the greatest pieces of art in the western world, including the Mona Lisa.
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