Thomas Edison once said that he was “more of a sponge than an inventor.” Find out how the outside world informed his most celebrated invention.
Check out resources from PBS' The Bomb to hear firsthand accounts from the men and women who witnessed the birth of the atomic age.
Watch as these inventive middle school girls design their own inquiry-based investigations and tap into expert advice from their mentors.
Explore new content from the PBS program Uranium and delve into the mysteries of one of the Earth’s most controversial elements.
Seventy years after the first nuclear bomb test in New Mexico, residents of a nearby town are still battling the U.S. government over health issues. See what they have to say.
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Living Earth Television
Immerse students in Chinese culture using films from international filmmakers.
Mission US 4 Launched
The fourth game of Mission US Series, "City of Immigrants" is now LIVE at mission-us.org. Follow 14-year old Lena Brodsky as she attempts to navigate a new country and culture.
Interactive History Blog
Looking for a fun (and free) way to integrate Indiana History and the George Rogers story in your class? Through a collaboration between the George Rogers National Historical Park and Vincennes Lincoln High School, students across Indiana are invited to submit questions to George Rogers Clark, British Col. Henry Hamilton, Father Pierre Gibault, and others involved in the 1779 capture of Fort Sackville.
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