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NEWTON Ask A Scientist program is often asked to provide strategies or specific information for class projects such as toothpick bridge building, egg drops, etc. We are not in a position to provide this type of information.

Our program is designed to answer specific factual questions that are not commonly found in general reference books or text books.

We offer some helpful sites (Toothpick Bridge Sites) at our Teacher's Page!!! See below...

Toothpick Bridge Sites


For other class project ideas, try our archives!

Check with the contest sponsoring site for additional information.

Other sites may be searched and accessed using key words and the Google Search Engine!


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For assistance with NEWTON contact a System Operator (help@newton.dep.anl.gov), or at Argonne's Educational Programs

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