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BLiSS Sim App Now Available on iTunes PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kendyl Morris   
Tuesday, 15 May 2012 08:25

BLiSS Sim App Now Available on iTunesBlissAppImage

Go to BLiSS Sim on iTunes and dowload the FREE BLiSS Sim App for your iPad.The Biogenerative Life Support System Simulator, BLiSS Sim, is based on investigations conducted by NASA scientists and engineers to explore how plants can be grown to provide air, water, and food for astronauts at a lunar base. Learn more about the BLiSS Sim at: http://bliss-sim.cet.edu/.

Betting My Life on Plants: BLiSS - A Biogenerative Life Support Sim for the iPad

Studying plants is a journey back to our roots. Just one or two generations ago (or less if you live on a farm), your family’s livelihood was closely tied to successful planting, growing, and harvesting of plants as a source of income. Today most of us buy our vegetables at grocery stores, which makes it difficult to know where the plants we eat were grown. Read More... 


New Climate Change PBL Modules Available for Classroom Use

The Exploring the Environment-Global Climate Change (ETE-GCC) project announces that five modules are ready for pilot testing: Global Temperatures, Ice Caps and Sea Levels, Human Health, Volcanoes, and Drought. We welcome the insights and recommendations from middle and high school teachers who agree to help us pilot test these problem-based learning activities. We hope pre-service teachers will also consider being part of this collaborative process as well. Read More... 

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Storing Renewable Energy

What are the options available for human-created systems to capture and store energy? Read and share your ideas

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 May 2012 18:42