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Nuclear Art & Multimedia Contest
Nuclear Art & Multimedia Contest

  Thank you for participating in the 2014 ANS Nuclear Art & Multimedia Contest. See you next year! This year's theme: Get to Know Nuclear We challenged middle…

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Radtown USA
Radtown USA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s student-focused radiation website, RadTown, has launched with a new look and feel. This interactive, virtual community provides information for students  and teachers about…

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Energy Action Game
Energy Action Game

Use this Monopoly style board game to introduce the importance of a balanced energy mix to your students. Players will purchase utilities, pay for electricity, buy modifications for…

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The Cyber-rific Periodic Table of the Elements
The Cyber-rific Periodic Table of the Elements

Making Science Make Sense® has created an interactive Periodic Table of the Elements, which features information and quizes on all the elements.  Click on any element to learn…

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Nuclear
Nuclear

Brought to you by the team behind the internationally acclaimed educational star gazing app - Star Chart Dare you enter the quantum world of Nuclear? Where things are…

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goREACT
goREACT

Create virtual chemical reactions with the Museum of Science and Industry's new mobile app!The world is your laboratory!         Experiment with chemistry virtually anywhere with…

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ElectroCity
ElectroCity

ElectroCity is an online computer game that lets players manage their own virtual towns and cities. It’s great fun to play and also teaches players all about energy,…

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Energyville
Energyville

If you like Farmville (or another RPG simulation game), try Energyville. Created by Chevron and The Economist Group, Energyville is an interactive game where you are responsible for…

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Nuclear Power Plant Simulator Games
Nuclear Power Plant Simulator Games

Nuclear Power Plant Simulator (AE4RV) is a fun way to learn how atomic energy works and what happens in the control room. You are in control of a small…

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Know Nukes

The word “Science” is derivative of the Latin word “Scientia” which means knowledge. Science is probably the most important and helpful subject of study for human race. There have been many famous scientists and discoverers in nuclear history. Here is a brief history of those who have paved the way.

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Know Nuclear

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