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Pre-Computational Science

What is computational science?

  • Observational science
  • Experimental science
  • Theoretical science
  • Computational science

    Who uses computational science?

    What do computational scientists do?

    How do I learn computational science?

    Why should I learn computational science?

  • Featured Activity!

    Looking for a place to start? Try this month's "Featured Activity".

    This activity, titled Simple Pharmacokinetic Modeling, will help you understand how a doctor decides how much medicine you should take to cure a disease.


    Peppered Moth

    Computer Critters

    Wolves and Rabbits

    Yeast Growth

    Algae and Daphnia (not signed)

    The Effect of Medications on Daphnia(not signed)

    How Does a Hair Know, How Long to Grow(not signed)


    Ohms Law

    Environmental Science

    Simple Dissolved Oxygen

    Phosphorus in a lake

    Sewage Treatment

    Neuse River

    Will Global Warming Push Trees to Extinction? (not signed)

    Surface Water Runoff Modeling(not signed)

    Rain Gardens (not signed)

    How to Weigh a Tree and calculate its Carbon (not signed)

    Carbon Sequestration by Forests (not signed)

    Meteorology and Air Pollution Science

    Smokestack Pollution!

    Greenhouse Atmosphere


    The impact of humidity on the night time cooling curve


    Sieve of Eratosthenes (not signed)

    RSA Cryptology (not signed)

    Modular Mathematics (not signed)

    Systems of Equations (not signed)


    Predicting lunar eclipses (not signed)

    Calculating Orbital Speeds (not signed)

    Health and Biosciences


    Flu (not signed)

    The Cost of Smoking (not signed)

    Calories (not signed)

    Simple Pharmacokinetic Modeling

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