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101. High School of Engineering and Science - Philadelphia
     Carver HSES is a small, magnet high school, striving to attract academically talented, college-bound students from diverse backgrounds.
     We seek students who have interests in the fields of Science, mathematics, engineering, technology, and medicine.
     We are committed to providing a rigorous curriculum with focus in these areas enriched by related extra-curricular opportunities.
     Our goals are to prepare our students with the academic and personal skills for collegiate success and to empower our students with the social and leadership skills to be lifelong learners and productive citizens.

102. High School Science
General   Physical Science & Chemistry   Earth Science   Life Science   Interactive   PowerPoint Presentations
Dynamic Curriculum

103. HighSchool - HyperBio
This is a beginning list of some topics in biology which have connections to physical Science concepts.
  1. Chloroplasts and the second law of thermodynamics.
  2. Order from disorder in biological systems
  3. Photosynthesis
  4. Metabolism
  5. Mitochondria and ATP
  6. Bioelectricity
  7. Essential amino acids
  8. Water as the solvent for life


104. HighSchool - HyperChem
Chemical References
Ball, P., Life's Matrix: A Biography of Water, Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, New York (2000).
CDC fact sheets.
Debenedetti, Pablo G. and Stanley, H. Eugene, Supercooled and Glassy Water, Physics Today 56, 40, June 2003.
Ebbing, Darrell D., General Chemistry, 3rd ed, Houghton Mifflin, 1990.
Franks, F., Water: A Matrix of Life, 2nd Ed., Royal Society of Chemistry,Cambridge, UK (2000).
Hewitt, Paul, Suchocki, J. and Hewitt, L., Conceptual Physical Science, Addison-Wesley, 1999.
Hill, John W. and Kolb, Doris K., Chemistry for Changing Times, 9th Ed., Prentice Hall, 2001.
Kotz, John C. and Purcell, Keith F., Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity, 2nd Ed., Saunders College, 1991.
Krauskopf, K and Beiser, A, The Physical Universe, 6th Edition, McGraw-Hill, 1991.
Miller, Kenneth R., Finding Darwin's God, HarperCollins, 1999.
Nason, Alvin, Textbook of Modern Biology, Wiley, 1965.
Pauling, Linus, College Chemistry, W H Freeman, 1955. A dated text, but with valuable descriptive information.
Rana, Fazale, The Cell's Design, Baker Books, 2008.
Schad, Jerry, Physical Science, A Unified Approach, Brooks/Cole 1996.
Shipman, J. and Wilson, J., Introduction to Physical Science, 6th Ed., D. C. Heath, 1990.
Shipman, J., Wilson, J., Todd, A., An Introduction to Physical Science, 7th Ed., D. C. Heath, 1993.
Tillery, Bill W., Enger, Eldon D., and Ross, Frederick C., Integrated Science, McGraw-Hill, 2001

105. HighSchool - The Biology Project - University of Arizona
Welcome to The Biology Project, an interactive online resource for learning biology developed at The University of Arizona. The Biology Project is fun, richly illustrated, and tested on 1000s of students. It has been designed for biology students at the college level, but is useful for high school students, medical students, physicians, Science writers, and all types of interested people.

106. IEEE Xplore
   About IEEE Xplore Digital Library
   The IEEE Xplore digital library is a powerful resource for discovery and access to scientific and technical content published by IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and its publishing partners.
   IEEE Xplore provides Web access to almost 3-million full-text documents from some of the world's most highly cited publications in electrical engineering, computer Science and electronics.
   The content in IEEE Xplore comprises 151 journals, over 900 conference proceedings, more than 3,400 technical standards, over 400 ebooks and 200 educational courses. Approximately 25,000 new documents are added to IEEE Xplore each month.
Access to full-text documents in IEEE Xplore are available in a number of ways:
   - A broad range of institutional subscription options
   - Subscriptions available only to IEEE members and IEEE society members
   - Online purchase of individual documents (at discounted prices for IEEE members)

107. Imperial College London - Department of Earth Science and Engineering
     The Department of Earth Science and Engineering is at the forefront of Earth Science and engineering studies across the globe, offering courses at undergraduate, Masters and PhD levels.
     Our teaching received the top rating of 24/24 in an assessment by the UK government agency, the Higher Education Funding Council of England. We are also a leading international centre for research.
     We are unique in the UK in combining Earth Science with engineering. Engineering is the practical application of Science to the real world. Scientists can't solve the world's problems without engineers to translate their theory into methods and machines – the tools of industry.

108. Imperial College London - Department of Life Sciences
   Welcome to the Department of Life Sciences at Imperial College London, which is comprised of three academic Divisions: Molecular BioSciencesCell & Molecular Biology and Ecology & Evolution.
   The Department embraces the full breadth of modern life Science activity and comprises one of the largest life Science groups in Europe, with approximately 100+ academic staff, 180 research fellows and post-doctoral researchers, 200+ PhD students and 180+ Masters students.
   The Department's research and teaching activites are funded by a wide variety of research councils, charities and industries bodies, with the value of current external research grants totaling L70+ million. The department teaches three major undergraduate degrees in BiologyBiochemistryand Biomedical Sciences (the latter jointly with the Faculty of Medicine) and a wide range of Masters-level courses aligned to the divisional strengths.

109. Imperial College London - Department of Physics
     The Blackett Laboratory at Imperial College London is at the forefront of Physics research and education in the UK. The vibrant and internationally-leading research programme actively fosters the development of new knowledge and new areas of technology (see examples overleaf).
     Physics at Imperial was ranked 2nd in Europe and 13th in the World by ARWU 2011.
     We offer both three year BSc and four year MSci Physics programmes including with Theoretical Physics, a Year in Europe, Music Performance, Science Education.
     We also offer nine Master's level taught postgraduate courses, including three Centres for Doctoral Training which can lead directly to PhD studies.

110. Imperial College London - Division of Cell and Molecular Biology
     The Division of Cell and Molecular Biology is part of the Department of Life Sciences and our research laboratories are located on the South Kensington Campus. Our work fits into two broad groupings: Immunology and Infection and Integrative Cell Biology and Biophysics.

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