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Groundhog Day is next week!
Check out NEEDs Light Activity for students to learn more about shadows. Page 30 of our EnergyWorks student guide, free PDF download or e-publication at https://shop.need.org/products/energyworks-kit?variant=38616632655

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Groundhog Day is next week!Check out NEED's Light Activity for students to learn more about shadows. Page 30 of our "EnergyWorks" student guide, free PDF download or e-publication at https://shop.need.org/products/energyworks-kit/…Have students tape ears & a tail onto the spool for more Groundhog fun! ... See MoreSee Less

January 26th, 6:00 pm

A big thank you to Jay Egg for virtually guest presenting today to EIA employees participating in the Energy Industry Study Program! #GeothermalImage attachmentImage attachment

A big thank you to Jay Egg for virtually guest presenting today to EIA employees participating in the Energy Industry Study Program! #Geothermal ... See MoreSee Less

January 26th, 2:22 pm

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Thank you, it's always a pleasure to address the latest in technology advancements in the geothermal field!

Born this day - Robert Boyle

Robert Boyle is regarded as the first modern chemist and a pioneer of modern experimental scientific method. Largely known for Boyles law (also known as pressure-volume law), states that the pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to the volume. This law is valid as long as the temperature and the amount of gas are constant.
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Born this day - Robert BoyleRobert Boyle is regarded as the first modern chemist and a pioneer of modern experimental scientific method. Largely known for Boyle's law (also known as pressure-volume law), states that the pressure of a gas is inversely proportional to the volume. This law is valid as long as the temperature and the amount of gas are constant. ... See MoreSee Less

January 25th, 10:00 am

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