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Describe as a discovery series for inquiring science and health students and their teachers, BioRap (Biological Research for Animals and People) is published by Connecticut United for Research Excellence, Inc. The not-for-profit coalition consists of universities, research institutes, health-related corporations, professional societies, hospitals, health care systems and businesses. Among the site's topics are aging and genetics, product, safety, cancer, AIDS, sun and skin and risk assessment.

NASA's Virtual Skies website id designed for use in high schools and flight technology programs. Teachers and students can find current research and explore the fields of aviation technology and air traffic management.
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Title Annotation:Teacher's Toolbox; Connecticut United for Research Excellence, Inc.
Article Type:Brief Article
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Date:Oct 1, 2004
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