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  • Ask Dr. Universe: Washington State University’s Ask Dr. Universe allows kids to explore various STEM topics and get answers to common questions.
  • Khan Academy: Nonprofit with the mission of providing free, world-class education.
  • Exploratorium: Interactives, activities, programs and events for K-12.
  • NASA Education: Activities, games for grades K-12 and higher education
  • Master Tools: Math & science tools and simulations for grades 6-12
  • Engineer Your Life: This guide introduces young girls in grades 9-12 to young women engineers and highlights careers.
  • Engineer Girl: Site for middle school girls brings attention to exciting opportunities engineering presents for women.
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