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NSF Science Zone
Whether you're a teacher, student, or just fascinated by science, the NSF Science Zone app will ignite your imagination. Featuring hundreds of exciting videos and high-resolution photos from a dozen areas of science, you can spend hours absorbed in discoveries that take you from the depths of space, to the wonders of the unimaginably small, to the far corners of our own planet. Download it for free on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
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IOS in focus - BIO Division of Integrative Organismal Systems blog: http://nsfiosinfocus.wordpress.com/
Food Energy Water - NSF Innovations at the Nexus of Food + Energy + Water Systems blog: https://foodenergywater.wordpress.com/
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