Related Links

 

Of course, no home page is complete without some links to related areas.....

 

 

Depending on how you got here, you may have bypassed the Fermilab Home Page at

https://www.fnal.gov

but since you are an educator, you should take special notice of Fermilab's Really Cool Education Office at

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The Recycler Project has its own Home Page, separate from this one at:

http://www-fermi3.fnal.gov/run2/chapter4/Chapter4.html

It might be a good idea to check it out, even though it can get rather technical.

 

Like Fermilab, the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, Florida is interested in helping students and educators alike. Their homepage was even developed by students! You can reach them at:

http://buerkle.arc.leon.k12.fl.us/MAG/maghome.html#table

 

The Magneton Corporation has a little information on its homepage about ferrite magnets. If you asked really nice, you might even get some questions answered. They can be found at:

http://www2.interaccess.com/springs/magnets/index.htm

 

Stay tuned for more links in the future! If you know of any appropriate links, e-mail them to me at Tegan7@aol.com :-)

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Author:
Thomas Egan of Marist High School, Chicago, IL. This project was constructed as part of the Teachers Research Associate (TRAC) Program from the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, IL. This project is also in conjunction with Aurora University, Aurora, IL.

Produced on: August 7, 1996