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The speed of light is measured by miles per second. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Science and Engineering » Physical Sciences

What is the speed of light?

Find out how fast light travels.

The world's tallest dam measures 1,098 feet (334.7 meters). [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Science and Engineering » Engineering

Where is the highest dam in the United States and what is its capacity?

Learn about the United States' two tallest dams: the Oroville and the Hoover.

Morse Code paddle invented by F.B. Morse. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Science and Engineering » Codes and Symbols

What is the Morse Code?

Learn about Morse Code as an early form of long-distance communication.

Enigma code was used in World War II to cipher messages [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Science and Engineering

What were Enigma and Purple in World War II?

Learn about enigma code, used in World War II to encrypt top-secret messages.

Gregor Mendel was the first to determine the basic principles of heredity. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Science and Engineering » Biological Sciences

What is meant by Mendelian inheritance?

Learn about Gregor Mendel and his view on how we inherit genetic traits.

A circadian rhythm is the 24-hour day and night cycle of all living entities. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Science and Engineering » Biological Sciences

What is a biological clock?

Discover the definition of a biological clock and learn about circadian rhythms.

The term mycology comes from the Greek word mykes meaning "fungus." [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Science and Engineering » Biological Sciences

What is the scientific study of fungi called?

Find information on the scientific study of fungi and learn what it is called.

International phonetic alphabet information can be found the dictionary. [©Jupiter Images, 2009.]

Science and Engineering » Codes and Symbols

What is the international phonetic alphabet?

Learn about the international phonetic alphabet.

When packing books to move, know how heavy the books might be. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Science and Engineering

How much does a cubic foot of books weigh?

Find out how to weigh books.

Floating bridges are also referred to as pontoon bridges. [©Jupiter Images, 2009]

Science and Engineering » Architecture and Design

Are there any floating bridges in the United States?

Learn about the locations of floating bridges in the United States.

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