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HemoAction!

HemoAction!

From "abrasion" to "vasoconstriction," this custom memory game reveals important details about hemophilia. More...

Game
World Federation of Hemophilia
Firework Pictures

Firework Pictures

Oooh and aaaah at these magnificent displays of light and color. Each photo also includes details about fireworks and how they're made. More...

Images
National Geographic
Make a Tornado!

Make a Tornado!

All you need is dry ice, a fan, and a few other common items to create your own "spinning updraft" or vortex. More...

Activity
Web Weather for Kids
You’re a What? Ornithologist

You’re a What? Ornithologist

If you love birds, you might want to consider a career as an ornithologist. What do these scientists do? How do they train and prepare? Find out from Amanda Rodewald. More...

Profile
U.S. Department of Labor
A Dog’s Nose for Conservation

A Dog’s Nose for Conservation

A dog's nose knows. Professor Dematteo's dog helps her detect scat, you know, poop, of carnivores to help her understand how these predators move across their terrain. More...

Profile
National Geographic
Ocean Photo Galleries

Ocean Photo Galleries

Take a close look at ocean creatures ranging from dangerous to unique and colorful to colossal, plus pictures of crises facing our seas. More...

Images
National Geographic
Strong Interaction

Strong Interaction

How does the strong nuclear force work? And why is it important? Well, for starters, this force holds the nucleus of atoms together so that all of the particles don't just drift away. More...

Video
SciShow
I See a Full Moon Rising…and Shrinking…or Do I?

I See a Full Moon Rising…and Shrinking…or Do I?

Try this easy science project to investigate Emmert’s law, which explains why a full Moon appears bigger on the horizon than it does later at night when it’s higher in the sky. More...

Activity
Science Buddies
The Star In You

The Star In You

Has anyone ever said you have stars in your eyes? They're right. No matter how old you are, most of the atoms in your body came from a star billions of years ago. Those that didn't, are even older! More...

Article
NOVA/PBS
Lemur Kingdom Puzzles

Lemur Kingdom Puzzles

Here's a fun challenge. Try to solve 1 (or all 6) of these online puzzles that range from 40 to 100 pieces. More...

Game
Animal Planet
Race to Build Planet Earth from the Ocean Up!

Race to Build Planet Earth from the Ocean Up!

How well do you know your planet? Race against the clock to see how fast you can place Earth's poles, continents, oceans, mountains, and more on an empty globe. More...

Game
National Geographic