109 — Provided by chemsoc, the chemistry societies network, this site offers an attractive and informative visual interpretation of the periodic table.
19th Century Scientific American Online
A Century of Physics — interactive timeline takes a close look at the last hundred years in physics.
ABAG Earthquake Maps and Information - ABAG, the Association of Bay Area Governments, is the regional planning and services agency for the nine-county San Francisco Bay Area. Easy access to earthquake info.
Abacus, The - Instructions on how to use a real abacus, and a chance to play with the online Java model.
Abbreviations of Chemical Compounds - Searchable index in English and German
About Rainbows - A detailed explanation of rainbows, complete with diagrams. Included are a few proverbs about rainbows as well as ways for teachers to demonstrate them in a classroom. Information is cited as to its source with appropriate links.
African American Faces of Science - biographical information on African American men and women who have contributed to the advancement of science and engineering.
Alive on Everest — NOVA Online
The Armchair Scientist
Artificial Life Online
Ask Dr. Science
Astronomy.com — astronomy. telescopes, hobby news, and more
Aurora Page, The — links from around the world that have information on the aurora borealis or northern lights.
Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology
Bill Nye Labs
BioChemNet — biology and chemistry educational resources online
Biology Project, The
Bradford Robotic Telescope, The
Brooklyn Botanical Garden
Calculators — Online Center — over 5,200 online calculators
Chaos Group at the University of Maryland
ChemCenter.org — a service of the American Chemical Society
Chemicool Periodic Table
Chemistry — the environment, biochemistry, and inorganic, organic, and medicinal chemistry
Chemistry and Industry Magazine
CNN — SciTech
DOE — Information Bridge — over 24,000 scientific and technical reports from the U.S. Department of Energy.
DNA Learning Center, The — a multimedia primer on the basics of DNA and heredity. The Resources section offers Bioservers, which allow for the use of bioinformatics or the use of computers to solve biological problems.
Discovery Channel Online
Dr. Bob's Geologic Time Page — features mnemonic devices that can be used to help remember the order that the periods and epochs occurred.
Edinburgh Engineering Virtual Library — EEVL — searchable and browsable database of close to 3,000 annotated useful information resources in engineering
efunda.com — "Data on thousands of materials, refreshers on engineering formulas and math, and information on design processes."
Albert Einstein Online
ENC Science and Math
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy — US Dep't. of Energy site
Engineering, Scientific Unit Converter
Eric's Treasure Troves of Science
explorezone.com — site is designed to provide information resources related to today's science news. It includes reports on astronomy, earth science, weather, biology, and much more! There are also specific reports on earthquakes, eclipses, tides, and tsunamis.
Explore Science — This site is one of the best for explaining scientific concepts. Simple Shockwave demos help explain mechanics, life sciences, waves, and more. You'll need the Shockwave plug-in to view the site.
Explorer Math and Science
Explorit Science Center
Extreme Science — provides pictures, short informational paragraphs, types of scientists who study these phenomena, and where to go for more information.
Forensic Science Society
Fisher Scientific Education - buy products, science news, more
Fractals — The Fractory — An interactive tool for creating and exploring fractals
Franklin Institute Science Museum
Fundamental Physical Constants — Recommended Values
Galileo Project, The — learn all about Galileo's life and times
Gene Map of the Human Genome — shows the chromosome location of over 16,000 human genes with links to the underlying sequence and map data.
The Geometry Center
Geologic Ages of Earth History — table denotes when dinosaurs existed, and may be downloaded as an Excel worksheet.
Geologylink — daily geo-news updates, discussion forums, an expansive directory of links, virtual field trips, geology classes, and a glossary.
Global Volcanism Program
Helios — Science News Now
History of Science Museum
Hubble Space Telescope Home Page — Space Telescope Science Institute
Hubble Space Telescope Public Pictures
Human Genome Project Information
IEEE Home Page
Interactive Statistical Calculaton Pages — "The web pages listed here comprise a powerful, conveniently-accessible, and FREE multi-platform statistical software package. There are also links to online statistics books, tutorials, downloadable software, and related resources. The pages are located on servers all over the world, and are the result of much cleverness and hard work on the part of some very talented individuals."
International Standards Organization Catalog
Internet Connections for Engineering
Invention Master Resource List
Kimball's Biology Pages - an online biology textbook.
Laws List - Laws, rules, principles, effects, paradoxes, limits, constants, experiments, & thought-experiments in physics.
The MAD Scientist Network
Math and Physics Help Page, The
Measure 4 Measure — Sites that do the work for you
Microscapes: Images from the Microscope
The Mineral Gallery
Monterey Bay Aquarium
NASA Home Page, The
Nano SuperComputer — The Dream Team — NanoTechnology Magazine
NASA — Johnson Space Center — NASA Area Nanotechnology Study Group
NSSDC Photo Gallery
Nanoworld Home Page, The
The National Academies — National Academy of Science, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, National Research Council
National Geographic Online
National Institute of Standards & Technology
National Science Foundation
Natural History Museums and Collections — collection of Web-connected natural history museums around the world. Organized by country.
New Scientist: Planet Science
NOVA Online Friday Kids Connection
NPR's Science Guy (Bill Nye)
Ocean Adventure - "Take a virtual journey to hydrothermal vents in the sunless depths of the world's oceans. Marvel at some of Earth's most fantastic creatures thriving in one of its strangest habitats. Met the experts."
Olivetti Research Laboratory
Pfizer Fun Zone - science-oriented games, experiments and other resources designed to appeal to kids of all ages, as well as their parents.
Physics 2000 — an interactive journey through modern physics.
Poisonous Plants Guide — Online guide on more than 100 poisonous plants. Information on each plant includes common and botanic name; color photograph; description; habitat; animals (including people) affected; toxic principle; gastrointestinal, nervous, integumentory, and other system symptoms; and treatment.
Popular Science — 50 Best of the Web
The Probability Web
Quantum Computing Tutorials — future of computer technology, courtesy of the Centre for Quantum Computation at the University of Oxford. No scientific expertise required for some of the backgrounders.
RadWaste.org - guide to radioactive waste, nuclear, radiation and environmental resources on the internet.
SciCentral - gateway to over 50,000 sites pertaining to over 120 specialties in science and engineering.
Science and Nature for Kids - The Mining Company
Science and Technology - My Virtual Encyclopedia
Science Friday - Ira Flatow, the host of the popular Science Fridays radio show on National Public Radio, has taken his program to the Internet.
Science Frontiers - A digest of reports describing 1800 scientific anomalies.
Science Learning Network
Science of Particles, The — site provides an explanation of particle physics, "the science of the fundamental nature of matter." Included is information about elementary particles, matter and energy, quantum mechanics, electro weak and color forces, and particle accelerators and detectors.
Science Reference Shelf
Scientific American Online
Scientific Unit Converter
SciTech Daily Review — an updated report of science news and reviews
Soundry, The — all about sound: the physics of it, how we hear it, how we record it, and more.
Statistical Reports on U.S. Science and Engineering
Sunspots — The Exploratorium's Guide to Sunspots
This Dynamic Earth: The Story of Plate Tectonics — complete text and figures from this book published by the U.S. Geological Survey.
Tree of Life, The - site organizes, surveys, and displays the diversity, evolutionary history, and characteristics of all groups of living organisms. The great Tree has roots, a trunk, stems, and branches that connect each organism to all others. Coordinated and edited by David R. Maddison of the University of Arizona, this attractive and expertly managed site has over 1300 pages housed on 20 computers in four countries, and is authored by biologists from around the world. Originally intended for professionals, the site has evolved into one for non-biologists as well.
UniScience — Research News from American Universities
U.S. Patents at CNIDR
Virology on the WWW — Virology related Web sites that might be of interest to our fellow virologists, and others interested in learning more about viruses
Virtual Earthquake — an interactive site designed to introduce you to the concepts of how an earthquake epicenter is located and how the Richter magnitude of an earthquake is determined.
Virtual Frog Dissection Kit
Virtual Lab — launch metal balls and fry electrical circuits to your heart's content without risking life and limb.
Virtual Nuclear Power Plant Tour
Visual Elements — featuring computer-generated images that interpret the 109 entries of the periodic table
Visual Human Project — U.S. National Library of Medicine
Volcanoes Online — What is a volcano? How are they are formed? What is the impact of eruptions? Find out here, and then test your knowledge with online games and multiple-choice quizzes.
WWW Links for Chemists — over 3500 chemistry resources in a searchable index
WWW Virtual Library: History of Science, Technology and Medicine
Why Files, The
Weird Tales from New Scientist Magazine
Windows to the Universe
Wonder of Physics, The
The World of Amber — Learn all about amber. This site contains information on the physical properties, geologic occurrences, and other relevant information about this interesting type of fossil.
Yahoo! — Science
Yahoo! — Science Education
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