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Provides background information on the last century's top 20 greatest engineering achievements, including timelines. Promotes the range and diversity of engineering and the impact on our lives.
Interactive science and engineering games for 9-11 year olds
ten engineering experiments/simulations in Java, with some video clips.
Guide to engineering museums and attractions in the United States. Includes links to websites and opening details.
Science and Engineering Experiments for Kids (SeeK) is an organisation, based in the University of Cambridge, whose aim is to promote the excitement and fun of science and engineering to children in ...
CSEP is an electronic book for teaching Computational Science and Engineering. The intended audience are students in science and engineering at the advanced undergraduate level and higher.
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, a UK Government funding agency.
This site highlights the science in sport particularly Formula 1, shoe design and various types of balls.
The site is an exploration of some of the engineering concepts needed to design and understand the functioning of a bike, including materials, aerodynamics and propulsion.
Article describing vectors and their in science and engineering, using billiards and american football as examples of vector use.
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