Science and Technology
you with a sampling of links that cover a wide range of scientific disciplines, from
anthropology to zoology, and from the sub-microscopic, to the super-macroscopic. Whether
you're looking for images form space, or the history of mankind, we have endeavored to
provide what we consider the best resources available on the Internet.
Perhaps the greatest achievement of humankind is the creation of the scientific method
of deduction. The ability to reproduce and measure the results of any given experiment or
CNN offers the latest news from the science and technology front. While you won't find
in-depth scientific data, the articles adequately cover the major issues.
Cornell Theory Center Math
and Science Gateway, The
The Internet can be a great teaching tool, and Cornell University wants to help young
people benefit from the Net's educational potential. To this end, its Math and Science
Gateway offers links to excellent educational sites for high school students.
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Tuesday, February 27, 2001
Updated monthly, this electronic version of the popular science publication includes
selected articles from current print issues, a great educational forum, schedules for
cable television's Discovery Channel and an archive of back issues.
Discovery Channel, The
The Discovery Channel transports its unique combination of education and entertainment
from the television screen to the computer monitor without losing its charm. Check out
Live Events for a schedule of audio and video Webcasts.
EXN: The Exploration Network
Discovery Channel Canada crams considerable information into these pages. Articles cover
the gamut, from robotic gas-station attendants to current surgical techniques. Index links
to archives, science and math games, puzzles and broadcast listings.
San Francisco's Exploratorium presents a collage of 650 interactive exhibits in science,
art and human perception. Tour the online exhibits, explore the Amazon River or probe
fundamental scientific principles through interactive online displays.
Frank Potter's Science Gems
The intent of this page is to provide students on all grade levels with a reliable and
up-to-date scientific reference; however, this comprehensive guide to science sites is an
incredible resource for any armchair seeker of scientific truth.
National Science Foundation
Grant programs, research initiatives, special educational funding and other stimuli are
the tools NSF uses to ensure U.S. leadership in scientific research and the development of
scientifically savvy young people entering the workforce.
Visited by researchers and students around the world, Nature is the world's most cited
weekly science journal. Not limited to any particular discipline, the publication delves
into all fields of research, from cell membrane activities to astrophysics.
A wide-ranging publication, New Scientist brings a subtle flavor to its online version
with news, features, reviews and editorials, live events and selected Web links. The
career guide and job listings highlight this solid publication.
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