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9 Sandvox sites tagged “science”

The Walton Lab: Marine Invertebrate Fisheries, Restoration & Aquaculture

The Walton Lab: Marine Invertebrate Fisheries, Restoration & Aquaculture

“In our research, we emphasize the use of controlled field experiments to solve applied problems and to answer questions posed by the public. In particular, our work focuses on issues related to marine invertebrate aquaculture, fisheries management, and restoration. Within the Gulf of Mexico,...” — William C. Walton

Team HABs

“We have just published our website and it is still in progress of adding additional information. We hope to provide more information to the public and the scientific communities on harmful/toxic marine algae.” — Sandric Leong

The African Experimenter

The African Experimenter

“I have used other website providers for several years but some are quite a struggle. I have not been using Sandvox for long and I haven’t yet read all the manual, so I haven’t come across all the possibilities, but what I particulary like already is that if I put in something new, or make...” — Keith Warren

Introduction to the Grupo Faísca

Introduction to the Grupo Faísca

“Articles, videos, and a magazine to help young people in Mozambique understand science and technology.” — Keith Warren

Dr. Kostalena Michelaki

Dr. Kostalena Michelaki

“I loved the colours on the design I chose, because they looked very earthy and archaeological, which matched exactly the content of my site. I also loved the simplicity of the look.” — Kostalena Michelaki

Amateur CCD Astronomy

Amateur CCD Astronomy

“I receive emails from people all over the world who are interested in our Universe and want to explore it with telescopes and cameras. I've helped many others become world-class astrophotographers through this webpage.” — Richard Jacobs

Watching Europa

Watching Europa

“Watching Europa is a digital animation artwork which takes a speculative look at life on another world. The website features a stills gallery, some animation clips and will also have sound and music in due course.” — Peter Miller

Science As Inquiry

Science As Inquiry

“One of my first Sandvox sites was a project for teachers to use with their students to learn about the utter destruction that was wrought by Hurricane Katrina. Developed right after Hurricane Katrina, thousands of teachers around the world have visited the site and made use of the resources to...” — Jack Hassard

Common Sense Kundalini

Common Sense Kundalini

“We created a page on stillness. It was the first instance of using the carousel widget code from Amazon.” — JJ Semple