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The Why Files: Science Behind the News

The Why Files: Science Behind the News No matter the grade level, teachers of science and science-related topics will appreciate this site, which relates science to recent events and everyday occurrences. Typical topics: "Vitamin C - Could It Cure Cancer?" and "Hurricane Katrina: Was it Global
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The Why Files: Science Behind the News


No matter the grade level, teachers of science and science-related topics will appreciate this site, which relates science to recent events and everyday occurrences. Typical topics: "Vitamin C - Could It Cure Cancer?" and "Hurricane Katrina: Was it Global Warming?" Past topics are accessible via the archives link and there is also a link to interactive science. An excellent resource for science teachers.

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