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    Evolution and the History of Life
    A 3-part course with Bleier Biology
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    Preparing for the AP Biology exam? In this three-part course, get clear explanations of Darwinian evolution by natural selection, modern evolutionary theory, and the history of life on Earth.

    Preparing for the AP Biology exam? In this three-part course, get clear explanations of Darwinian evolution by natural selection, modern evolutionary theory, and the history of life on Earth.

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    Swift Programming for Beginners
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    Looking for a programming language that can do some heavy-lifting but doesn't take years to master? When programming for iOS, OS X, and watchOS, Apple's programming language Swift is the best choice!

    Looking for a programming language that can do some heavy-lifting but doesn't take years to master? When programming for iOS, OS X, and watchOS, Apple's programming language Swift is the best choice!

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    Getting Started with Your iPhone
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    Want to get the most out of your iPhone? This course from tech expert Todd Olthoff is the perfect guide, for everything from basic installation to built-in app features.

    Want to get the most out of your iPhone? This course from tech expert Todd Olthoff is the perfect guide, for everything from basic installation to built-in app features.

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    Arduino for Beginners
    A 41-part course with Open Source Hardware Group
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    Want to build a new robot friend? How about create a cool LED sign? Whatever the gadget may be, get started with this beginner-friendly Arduino course from Open Source Hardware!

    Want to build a new robot friend? How about create a cool LED sign? Whatever the gadget may be, get started with this beginner-friendly Arduino course from Open Source Hardware!

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    Science Projects for Kids
    A 12-part course with Sophie's World
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    If you're looking for fun activities for kids that are equal parts science and craft, you'll love this course with lessons covering everything from homemade oobleck to egghead gardens.

    If you're looking for fun activities for kids that are equal parts science and craft, you'll love this course with lessons covering everything from homemade oobleck to egghead gardens.

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    HTML5 Training
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    Familiar with HTML4 and ready to learn the newest HTML standard? This course introduces the fundamentals of HTML5, including scalable vector graphics, video and audio elements, and form controls.

    Familiar with HTML4 and ready to learn the newest HTML standard? This course introduces the fundamentals of HTML5, including scalable vector graphics, video and audio elements, and form controls.

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    Introduction to Visual Calculus
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    Worried about taking a college-level or AP Calculus class? Fret not! In this course, review simple examples and graphs to explore the main concepts of both differential and integral calculus.

    Worried about taking a college-level or AP Calculus class? Fret not! In this course, review simple examples and graphs to explore the main concepts of both differential and integral calculus.

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    Diagnosing Medical Acid Base Disorders
    An 8-part course with MedCram
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    Need a cram course on diagnosing acid base disturbances? Gain a clear understanding of metabolic and respiratory acidosis and alkalosis. Wrap up with review questions for passing the medical boards.

    with MedCram

    Need a cram course on diagnosing acid base disturbances? Gain a clear understanding of metabolic and respiratory acidosis and alkalosis. Wrap up with review questions for passing the medical boards.

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    Introduction to Windows 10
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    In this course, an expert from Computer Care Clinic introduces the basic features you need to know to navigate Windows 10. Learn how to customize the Start menu, find your favorite programs, and more.

    In this course, an expert from Computer Care Clinic introduces the basic features you need to know to navigate Windows 10. Learn how to customize the Start menu, find your favorite programs, and more.

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    Capricornus
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    Learn what to look for in the night sky with today’s Nerdy Curio from Stardate. The roster of constellations includes some weird and wonderful creatures. The...

    Learn what to look for in the night sky with today’s Nerdy Curio from Stardate. The roster of constellations includes some weird and wonderful creatures. The...

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    Wolf killings, wild horses & a parakeet invasion
    A lesson with Earth Touch 2Min News Roundup
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    Today's Nerdy Curio catches you up on nature news from the past week, courtesy of Earth Touch.

    Today's Nerdy Curio catches you up on nature news from the past week, courtesy of Earth Touch.

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    Planetary Nomads
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    Learn what to look for in the night sky with today’s Nerdy Curio from Stardate. Planets are like bacteria — they fill every ecological niche we can think of....

    Learn what to look for in the night sky with today’s Nerdy Curio from Stardate. Planets are like bacteria — they fill every ecological niche we can think of....

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    Giant tree rats, a 'mystery' sea creature & a jaguar’s ...
    A lesson with Earth Touch 2Min News Roundup
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    Today's Nerdy Curio catches you up on nature news from the past week, courtesy of Earth Touch.

    Today's Nerdy Curio catches you up on nature news from the past week, courtesy of Earth Touch.

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    Nobel in Physics for Detecting Gravitational Waves
    A lesson with 60-Second Science
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    The Nobel Prize in Physics recently went to Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne "for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves". Today's Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science has the recap.

    The Nobel Prize in Physics recently went to Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne "for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves". Today's Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science has the recap.

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    The Whales Of New York
    A lesson with Science Friday
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    Just a few short miles from downtown Manhattan, you might see something unexpected—whales feeding.

    Just a few short miles from downtown Manhattan, you might see something unexpected—whales feeding.

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    Electric Eels Increase Shock By Leaving Water
    A lesson with 60-Second Science
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    Submerged electric eels lose current to water, so they apparently leap into the air to minimize their contact with water and maximize their shock value. Find out more in today's Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science.

    Submerged electric eels lose current to water, so they apparently leap into the air to minimize their contact with water and maximize their shock value. Find out more in today's Nerdy Curio from 60-Second Science.

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    Hospitable Ceres?
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    Learn what to look for in the night sky with today’s Nerdy Curio from Stardate. Ceres doesn’t look especially hospitable. The solar system’s biggest asteroid...

    Learn what to look for in the night sky with today’s Nerdy Curio from Stardate. Ceres doesn’t look especially hospitable. The solar system’s biggest asteroid...

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    A Giant Rat, An Octopus City, And Space Life Beyond The...
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    This week, NASA and Roscosmos announced that they would cooperate to build a new space station, closer to the moon.

    This week, NASA and Roscosmos announced that they would cooperate to build a new space station, closer to the moon.

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