Science references and other resources are listed in this category.
The Cornell University Library providing access to e-prints in physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitive biology, and statistics. Specific papers may be located through a search or by browsing its archives, which go back as far as 1992.
Online conversions from physics units to other physics units. Included are metric conversion calculators, charts and tables.
The Cool Science website at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute is a great way to learn about and teach science with others. The website explains you to become a scientists and nurtures a love of discovery. The website also has an "Ask a Scientist" feature where you can submit your questions to scientific experts.
Earth & Sky
Earth & Sky is a science information website that covers a variety of interesting scientific subjects. The site has news articles on the oceans, plants, space, the climate, and the human body. You can also access science related podcasts for free through this website.
International Network for Scientific Information
INSI publishes a variety of worldwide research publications. Its site lists, and in some cases hosts the Internet version of, the scientific journals it carries, as well as information about publishing through INSI, including a facility to submit manuscripts for publication.
The Junk Science website debunks certain kinds of sham science, especially suspect climate change research. The website also explains how certain interests thrive on junk science including the media, government regulators and others. You can also buy books on junk science through this website.
Provides answers to various science questions from scientists. Allows users to browse past questions and to ask any science related question. Also features a variety of oddities and contains fun stuff with a scientific touch.
The Microbe Library is a scientific resource with over two thousand peer-reviewed resources in microbiology. The website also has a curriculm collection to support undergraduate teaching in microbiology. You can also submit a resource for inclusion in the Library here.
National Research Foundation
The National Research Foundation is an organization that funds and monitors scientific research. Scientists can find out how to apply for grants on this site. The foundation is particularly interested in research concerning economic growth, education and biodiversity.
Encompasses everything you ever wanted to know
in the field of natural science, providing extensive links to up to the minute technological news, cutting edge research, journals, newsletters
and archives. From biochemistry and physics, to global ecology and weather, you can find it here.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) is one of America's leading scientific publications. You can learn about many different subjects here ranging from Neanderthal brain growth, the growth of the Web and agriculture. You can also download science podcasts here.
Sci Tech Daily
Sci Tech Daily, a database providing science and technology coverage and analysis. The website contains features and background, books and media as well as analysis and opinion sections. The website also provides listings of websites that offers interactive science forums and blogs, science and technology publications and science news. The website also features sections like the brain food, people and places, fun and frolic, science?, science portholes, special interest and useful media.
The SciCentral website is a gateway to some of the Internet's best science news sources. You can find articles on biosciences, health sciences, physics and chemistry, Earth & space and engineering as well. You can also use this website to plan a science literature search as well.
Science Learning Network
An educational website to help people learn about science. Sponsored by Unisys and the National Science Foundation, the site provides access to some of the world best science museums. The site also has articles on insects and other scientific subjects, such as chemistry and biology.
Holds a collection of science project ideas as well as information and support for science fair projects. Includes free resources, project search index and a subject database.
This is a project of an educational multimedia research and production group within the Curriculum Research Division of the Curriculum Research Division of the Lawrence Hall of Science at the University of California, working with curriculum developers in designing multimedia to enhance curriculum to better teach science concepts in the classroom. Its projects are discussed, as well as its teacher tools and exhibits.
Sea and Sky
Sea and Sky is an educational website that provides lots of information about the splendors of the sea and the wonders of the universe. The website is divided into two parts, the first part allows you to explore the sky and provides sections like the sky news, astronomy resources, the cosmos, space exploration, sky stuff, gallery, links and games. The Sea part provides sea news, aquarium resources, the ocean realm, ocean exploration information as well as sea stuff, galleries, links and games.
Select Science is an information website by and for laboratory scientists. The site has a directory of scientific instruments and products and reviews of these devices. The site also has an active community for those working in the life sciences, drug discovery and other fields. There are also science job listings here.
Social Studies for Kids
Offers articles, subjects, and many links for all subjects of social studies, with a focus on what kids and their teachers and parents are teaching.
Provides information and resources regarding taxidermy. Includes taxidermy publications and videos, convention information, taxidermists directory, supplies and service provider directory, and learning opportunities.
Educational resource for educators and students with high-quality science modules. Covers biology, chemistry, earth sciences, physics, toxicology and pharmacology, trigonometry, general sciences and interactive animations.
World of Science
Eric Wisstein's World of Science is an educational website that helps you learn about science. The site covers subjects such as astronomy, biography, music, chemistry and mathematics. Links to other Wolfram web resources are included.
World Wide Science
Provides a search tool to find scientific resources around the world. The website's EurekAlert! Have listings of employment opportunities in science – both academic and
industry positions. Whether you are a student or simply interested in science, this is a great science resource.