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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.
A site explaining how magic tricks are done using science knowledge, for example, piercing a balloon without bursting it and putting an egg into a bottle.
An exciting collection of video and audio clips exploring a wide range of topics in science, engineering and technology.
A site of useful links focusing on nuclear computing, nuclear engineering, fusion, reactors, weapons and waste issues.
A competition to raise the profile of engineering in schools. It offers design and practical support. Students may study and experience developments in manufacturing technology.
Tutorial on the Young Modulus, a material property that describes its stiffness and is therefore one of the most important properties in engineering design.
Introduction to the Young Modulus, a material property that describes its stiffness and is therefore one of the most important properties in engineering design.
A range of in-depth experiments and activities to do, covering physics, science and engineering.
The site gives links to sites holding data tables, and calculating software for chemical engineering, with emphasis on thermodynamics.
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