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Why Dinosaur Fossils Are Radioactive Sometimes
March 23, 2018 · Be The First To Comment

  A few weeks ago I was shadowing David Temple, our Associate Curator of Paleontology, as he and a specialist from the Medical Center examined the levels of radiation given off by vintage luminescent watch dials in preparation for our new special exhibit Death by Natural Causes. After the examination was over, David decided we […]

Honor the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor by Learning Some Fascinating WWII History
December 2, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

Tuesday, December 06, 2016 – 6:30 PM A guarded secret for decades, learn how enriched uranium from Nazi Germany came to be used in United States’ atomic bombs. Researcher Carter Hydrick will detail the surrender of U-boat 234 and its cargo of 1,120 pounds of uranium that was concealed in nose of the U-boat in sealed […]

Texas Wins Big: NEED State Program of the Year
July 10, 2009 · 3 Comments

NEED – the National Energy Education Development Project – is an organization that teaches people how to teach about energy. Even though the concept of energy education might sound simple at first – too many people think that if they teach about one energy source, they’re teaching about energy in general. In the NEED Primary Science of Energy […]

Measure for Measure…How much energy is there?
September 5, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

How much energy is there?  How much is the world using? You can spend hours and hours investigating the finer points of that topic—and plenty of people spend their whole lives on it. Does that sound like fun, or what? Before you jump in, a few basics are in order. photo credit: tvol A barrel […]



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