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221. Science News Headlines - Yahoo! News
   News from Science and not only...


222. Science/AAAS | News - Up to the minute news and features from Science
   In this section, we offer some background about our organization, our publications, and the people behind Science.

223. Search - Physics Open Directory


224. Sheffield Hallam University - Research - Centre for Science Education
     The Centre for Science Education (CSE) is a research and business development unit specialising in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects, but in particular, Science.
CSE creates, manages and delivers resources, projects and initiatives to support teachers and students at all levels of education.
The main aspects of our work are
- curriculum development
- continuing professional development (CPD)
- research and evaluation
- regional enhancement and enrichment activity
- consultancy

225. Spring Valley High Schools Earth Science web page
     Vision:  Educators partner with family and community at Spring Valley High School to create a campus that is a microcosm of a diverse and harmonious world.
     Mission:  Our mission is to provide all students with a safe and supportive learning environment by fostering critical thinking, and promoting good character, academic excellence and responsible citizenship.  Each student is prepared to fulfill his or her individual potential necessary for success in the 21st century global community.

226. Springer
Springer: More than 165 years of publishing
It's like a very good book: chapter after chapter, the exciting history of the corporate group Springer Science+Business Media unfolds.

227. Springer
Springer: More than 165 years of publishing
It's like a very good book: chapter after chapter, the exciting history of the corporate group Springer Science+Business Media unfolds.

228. SRI International
SRI International is an independent, nonprofit research institute conducting client-sponsored research and development for government agencies, commercial businesses, foundations, and other organizations. SRI also brings its innovations to the marketplace by licensing its intellectual property and creating new ventures.

SRI was founded as Stanford Research Institute in 1946 by a group of West Coast industrialists and Stanford University. SRI formally separated from the University in 1970, and we changed our name to SRI International in 1977. For 65 years, our strengths have been our staff's world-leading expertise and passion for working with clients on important challenges. SRI is well known for its legacy of innovations in communications and networks, computing, economic development and Science and technology policy, education, energy and the environment, engineering systems, pharmaceuticals and health Sciences, homeland security and national defense, materials and structures, and robotics.

229. Stanford School of Earth Sciences - Geophysics
     Geophysics is a field that integrates geology, mathematics, and physics in order to understand how the Earth works. Geophysicists study Earth processes through a combination of laboratory experiments, computational and theoretical modeling, remote imaging, and direct observation. Research in the Geophysics Department at Stanford has both fundamental and strategic elements. Our students benefit from this breadth of exposure and are highly sought after for rewarding careers in academia, industry, and government.

230. Stanford University - Department of Chemistry
The Stanford Chemistry Department is physically and intellectually located at the center of an enormous range of scientific enterprises which offer tremendous opportunities for curious and inventive young scientists. Stanford is also located in the midst of one of the largest concentrations of high-technology corporations in the world. This is an enormous asset to the University, as it provides close ties with industrial laboratories and opportunities for the development of new technologies. Among companies in regular contact with the faculty and students in the Department are: Alza, Chevron, Coherent, Genentech, Hewlett-Packard, IBM Research Laboratories, Raychem, Spectra-Physics, Roche BioScience, and Varian. Consult Corporate Partners for a complete list. Large numbers of biotechnology, semiconductor, and laser companies have their roots in research undertaken at Stanford, helping to create an exciting and intense atmosphere of innovation and discovery.

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