Category: SPORTS

When GT Bicycle Designer Forest Yelverton gets to work designing the latest bike for kids or the US Olympic Cycling Team, his ability to think with the math and geometry he learned in school makes all the difference. Take a look.

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Category: EARTH SCIENCE

When world renowned architect Rafael Vinoli proposed a radical design for the University of California, he set in motion a collaboration between architects and engineers who would use math, physics and innovation to build one of the most unique buildings.

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Category: ENVIRONMENTAL

Forest rangers describe some of the techniques used to keep hundreds of thousands of acres of trees healthy. Featured: Arnold Wilson, a forester U.S. Forest Service; Brad Washa, fuel specialist, U.S. Forest Service.

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Category: ENVIRONMENTAL, SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, SPACE SCIENCE

The idea of solar power from space touches on science, technology, engineering, the environment, math, energy and more. Pose this concept to students to stimulate critical thinking about these issues & get them involved in the conversation.

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Category: ENVIRONMENTAL

Go inside Electronic Recyclers to see how they break down millions of pounds of electronics every month. Everything from computers to cell phones, TVs to Xboxes, comes through their doors to be crushed, shredded, melted down and reused.

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Category: BUSINESS & COMMERCE

Whether he's making mouth-watering chocolate croissants or perfectly flaky apricot danishes, this baker has to make sure that he has just the right amount of each ingredient and that requires math.

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Category: ENVIRONMENTAL

For Tami Sabol, the forest is her office. As a Forester for Plum Creek Timber Company, she is responsible for the health of hundreds of thousands of acres of trees. Using math and science is a routine part of her work.

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As cell phones continue to shrink and the demand for additional features like cameras, music and email continues to grow, every millimeter counts. Show your students how the designers and engineers at Motorola rely on math to make everything fit.

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