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- The Exploratorium
Home page of San Francisco's museum of science, art and human perception. Online exhibits, cool sites, archives, sport and science, and the digital library (the Exploratorium A-to-Z).
- Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
The Federal Reserve Bank has nine billion dollars in its vaults, and on an average day it destroys $20 million in unfit currency. At the Money in Motion exhibit you can explore the theoretical and mathematical realms of interest rates, inflation, and unemployment, or learn the more practical mathematical workings of cash, credit cards, and checks. The exhibit features calculators and graphs.
- Franklin Institute Science Museum - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The online entry point for the Philadelphia science museum, featuring in-depth multimedia virtual exhibits and explorations, resources for teachers, and guides to the real-life museum and its programs. The website features a large selection of educational resources, including: online multimedia explorations of various scientific topics; Puzzling and Perplexing Problems (a monthly collection of seasonal math puzzlers); Wired@School (web investigations from The Franklin Institute Online Fellows); Minutes from ME (Margaret Ennis provides ideas for teachers using the web in their classrooms); and The Spotlights (collections of web resources with a single theme, including calendars, time, online projects, and electronic field trips, among many others).