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' MedBio World: Online scientific and medical dictionaries
' University of Michigan: Science Learning Centre
' University of New South Wales: The Learning Centre
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' Writing Guidelines for Engineering and Science Students

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' The Lab - ABC's Gateway to Science

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' Young Scientists of Australia
' Powerhouse Museum
' Australian Museum
' Science in the City
' Questacon - the National Science and Technology Centre
' Australian Government - Science Portal
' CSIRO Education
' Informnauka - Russian Science News Agency

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