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PBS: A Science Odyssey

Then and Now! A Science Odyssey gives us a fascinating look at 100 years of science and technology.
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Then and Now! A Science Odyssey gives us a fascinating look at 100 years of science and technology. This interactive website takes us on a journey of discovery in which we can explore some of the most spectacular scientific advancements from 1900 to the present. Choose from topics including Medicine and Health, Physics and Astronomy, Human Behavior, Technology, and Earth and Life Sciences to see how our current understanding has evolved. Just click on a topic to find a chronological order of events with links to activities, discoveries in the field, and information about the people who made them. 

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