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  1. Robotics: Sensing, Thinking, Acting - The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, CA
    An exibit designed to introduce the science behind the design and operation of robots. Features four exhibit areas: Universal Robots: History and Workings of Robotics; Machines and Man: Robotics and Ethics in the 21st Century; Robot Art: Four Bay Area ...more>>

  2. Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology
    Virtual site for a science museum named for Joseph Tyrrell, who in 1884 travelled to what is now Alberta, Canada to study coal deposits and found the first dinosaur remains ("Albertosaurus") in the Drumheller area. The museum's mandate is to collect, ...more>>

  3. Science Explorer - The Exploratorium
    A variety of Science Explorer activities from their books of family experiments. Each illustrated web page displaying the activity includes materials needed, instructions, background information, and explanations. Information on purchasing the books is ...more>>

  4. Science Museum Math Exhibit - The Geometry Center
    A museum exhibit on triangle tilings that contains sophisticated concepts such as tilings of the sphere and the relation between tilings and the Platonic and Archimedean solids: the sum of the angles of a planar triangle is always 180 degrees. Repeated ...more>>

  5. Science Museum of Minnesota
    Natural history and technology. See the world's largest Camptosaurus dinosaur skeleton, touch a tornado, play the congas, do some serious Internet surfing, or test the waters of the Mississippi River. The museum is Minnesota's most popular indoor cultural ...more>>

  6. Seventeen Kinds of Wallpaper Patterns - Mathematics Museum (Japan)
    Examples of the 17 wallpaper groups in Japanese culture. Also available in Japanese. ...more>>

  7. Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES)
    "The Smithsonian in your state." Each year, millions of people in more than 250 venues beyond Washington, D.C. visit SITES exhibitions on view in local museums, libraries, science centers, historical societies, aquariums, community centers, and schools. ...more>>

  8. Soap Bubbles - Ron Hipschman; The Exploratorium
    Why does a bubble form a sphere? Why not a cube, tetrahedron, or other geometrical figure? This site from San Francisco's Exploratorium provides information on the shape of bubbles and what happens when bubbles meet, with formulas for long-life bubble ...more>>

  9. Soliton Lab Art Gallery - Kanehisa Takasaki, Takasaki Lab, Kyoto University
    The site contains a soliton-lab as well as links to mathematics galleries. The special exhibition section contains links to related sites from around the world while the permanent exhibition section is an explanation of solitons with more links to other ...more>>

  10. Spark! Learning Lab - Putnam Museum
    This permanent exhibit at Davenport's science museum features a gravity wall, Bernoulli blower, SMARTboard technologies, and other hands-on exhibits for exploring the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) of electrical circuits, construction ...more>>

  11. Symmetry and Pattern: The Art of Oriental Carpets - The Textile Museum/Math Forum
    In this online exhibit, the study of symmetry is used to analyze patterns in Oriental carpets. A joint project of The Textile Museum and The Math Forum. ...more>>

  12. Thinking Fountain Shape Cluster - Science Museum of Minnesota
    Activities, images, and experiments relating science, math, and language arts. The shapes and math cluster features shape walk, I C shapes (finding circles, squares, and triangles in everyday objects), soap bubble geometry, pyramids and cubes (building ...more>>

  13. Tour: M.C. Escher - Life and Work - National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
    A tour of four virtual rooms devoted to the art of M. C. Escher. For each graphic a larger picture with accompanying commentary is available by clicking on a small picture. The gallery has more than 400 works by Escher with many images available on-line. ...more>>

  14. UC Museum of Paleontology - University of California at Berkeley
    On-line exhibits, education and outreach programs, catalogs and collections, and links to other science and museum sites. Paleontology incorporates many different kinds of data from different fields. Search for type specimen data from the museum's Catalogs ...more>>

  15. Weights and Measures - National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
    A virtual museum exhibit examining the role of the United States government in the development and standardization of weights and measures, in eight sections: America before standard weights and measures; Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler; The Office of Weights ...more>>

  16. What's the Problem? Geometry & Art through the Ages - Indianapolis Museum of Art
    An exhibit exploring how some artists have used geometry as a creative tool. The site is divided into three topics: lines, polygons, and volume. Also provided as links from the left sidebar are a glossary and a list of references for further reading. ...more>>


 
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