webzine had this to say:
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is based on an in-school research lab ... In their "training room" you
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This is an interactive site that is in progress so you
will want to make repeat visits to look at their new materials. In the
training room choose from biology, chemistry, and physics experiments.
Learn how to build an atom, or make your own single lense microscope.
Make a fossil. Isolate your own DNA. Or have some fun on the lighter
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googolplex is, or make electricity with lemon juice.
This is a site that your students will want to return to
time and again."
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