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Authentic K-12 STEM projects

Need a science project? The Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) sponsors and designs projects using real time data from the Internet and collaborative projects that offer the chance to connect with peers and experts around the world.
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Need a science project? The Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) sponsors and designs projects using real-time data from the Internet and collaborative projects that offer the chance to connect with peers and experts around the world. Authentice resources are a core feature. Ongoing projects include Global Water Sampling, Human Genetics, Musical plates (about tectonics), navigational vectors, and many more.

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