Featured Program: Fat Dogs & Coughing Horses

Supported by a National Institutes of Health Science and Education Partnership Award


Program Overview

This programis a cooperative effort to develop educational programs about the science involved in keeping people healthy.


Videos & Media Attention

Fat Dogs & Coughing Horses has an impact on the community. See videos and media attention related to this project.

Activity Books

Activity books for Grades K - 9.

3rd Grade Curriculum

Our 3rd grade curriculum was developed by teachers at the Center for Inquiry-IPS:302.

6th Grade Curriculum

Our 6th grade curriculum was developed by teachers at the Center for Inquiry-IPS:302, Rousseau McClellan-IPS:391 and Tri-County.


9th Grade Curriculum

Our 9th grade curriculum was developed by teachers at Lafayette Jefferson and Crawfordsville High Schools.


The Skull Game

Learn to identify over 70 different skulls in the fun, interactive, online game.


Virtual Exhibit Games

Play online interactive games based on our real traveling exhibits.


Traveling Exhibit Rental

Learn about clinical trials, nutrition and fitness, the respiratory system and neuroscience.


Fitness Handouts

Dogs can make great exercise partners. Find fitness tips for your dog here.


Canine Anatomy

Humans and dogs have a lot in common. See what bones we have that are the same!


Foreign Body Bingo

Learn to read radiographs by playing this fun game!

The project described is supported by a Science Education Partnership Award (SEPA) from the Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

NIH . . . Turning Discovery Into Health

Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of ORIP or NIH.

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