A collection of databases designed to help students with a variety of school assignments. Includes its own Multimedia Gallery of still images, film clips, and sound bites.
Online access to The Solar System.
Contains biographies, diagrams, essays, experiments, definitions, and timelines selected to support the Science curriculum for Grades 6 through 12.
Online version of Facts On File's Today's Science. Provides in-depth coverage of the current events in science.
Information on the life sciences. Contains a dictionary (with British spellings) of over 1600 terms, tutorials, and a directory of biology Web sites. Best viewed using Internet Explorer.
Well-organized and full of useful illustrations. Written by a British chemistry teacher for high school and college students taking advanced chemistry courses.
An environmental information portal. Contains links to searchable databases, maps, country profiles and data tables on topics that include coastal & marine ecosystems, population/health & human well being, and environmental governance & institutions. Produced by the World Resources Institute.
Energy statistics and energy topics, including alternative and renewable energy information from U.S. Government. Statistics include specific subject areas such as environment and forecasts.
A 'one-stop' source from the EPA. Allows you to search for environmental information such as waste, water, toxic chemical, and air pollution information for any zip code, city or county in the U.S.
Search or browse for biographies by branch of science, gender or minority, historical period, nationality, or prize winners.
Profiles of African-American men and women who have contributed to the advancement of science and engineering.
Download registration forms. Read their FAQ's and parent & student tutorials. View descriptions of variables and results expected for different types of science projects.
Includes very technical information as well as a 'Down-to-Earth Astronomy' section for the rest of us.
Browse by inventor's name or category of invention. Succinct biographies of the inventors' professional lives.
Students can learn about the plants, animals, climatic conditions, and geographic locations that constitute the various biomes and ecosystems of the world.
Contains information on the planting and care of trees, pictures of leaves, bark, flowers, and berries for tree identification; on plants, insects and more that are native to Missouri. St Louis regional MDC office.
Information on past, present and future NASA missions. Includes real-time data, images, as well as student and teacher resources. Send in a question to a current crew member and get back replies from space.
An A-to-Z listing of inventors who have been, or will be, inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame; also includes an index of inventions.
Contains authoritative conservation information on more than 50,000 plants, animals, and ecological communities of the United States and Canada. Provides in-depth information on rare and endangered species, but includes common plants and animals too.
An overview of the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of each of the planets and moons in our solar system.
A database of chemical and physical property data for many organic chemical species. You may search by formula, name, CAS registry number, author, structure or molecular weight.
Contains links to data and illustrations for all 118 elements.
Contains descriptions of science fair projects, idea exchanges, a list of 'ask science questions' Web sites, as well as links to other science fairs sites.
Includes project ideas, a handbook, recommended links, tips on parent involvement, and guides on how to prepare projects in specific scientific subject areas.
At the Internet Public Library. You will be guided through a variety of web site resources and led through the necessary steps to successfully complete a science experiment.
From the Library of Congress, contains "Science Tracer Bullets" with histories and bibliographies, along with Science Reference Guides, and Internet Resources covering many science and technology topics.
A free, publicly available web portal allowing access to numerous scientific journals and public science databases." Among the 53 databases searched are Science.gov, Scirus, E-Print Network, American Chemical Society, Annual Reviews, Highwire Press.
StarDate is the public education and outreach arm of the University of Texas McDonald Observatory. Non-technical information about astronomy and space exploration, including stargazing tips, FAQs, sky almanac, solar system guide.
U.S. and Canadian locations only. Search by zip code or town name. Includes rise and set data of the other eight planets.
A cluster of databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, and related areas. Produced by the National Library of Medicine. Search by name or CAS Registry number. Includes HSDB® (Hazardous Substances Data Bank) and Household Products Database.
Includes links to project steps and hints, how to write reports, and tips on creating display boards. Also contains an idea bank and idea exchange. Sponsored by the Society for Amateur Scientists.
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