The Algae Home Page
An introduction to algae. From the Smithsonian Institution.
Alive on Everest!
NOVA Online. In the spring of 1997, veteran mountaineer David Breashears led a team of elite climbers to the top of Mt. Everest.
All About Dinosaurs
A comprehensive educational directory and homework helper that provides a wide variety of Dinosaur resources and pictures.
All Science Fair Projects
Free science fair projects, with full instructions and explanations.
Alphabetical List of Diseases and Disorders
Alphabetic List of Specific Diseases/Disorders.
Alternative Fuel Vehicles
This page is the main page for the Commission’s alternative fuel vehicle and high effficiency vehicle .
A Robot Museum
This website shows all about robots.
The American Rattlesnake Museum
There you’ll see photos of some of the snakes the museum’s collection and some snake memorabilia.
Find out about the most endangered rivers for the year. Also includes campaign information about the Salmon River, dams, and links to river coalitions for each state.
American Scientist: 100 or so Books that shaped a Century of Science
A list of science books compiled by Philip and Phylis Morrison.
Amusement Park Physics
explores how the laws of physics play a role in the design of amusement park rides.
Animated pictures explain the inner workings of a variety of steam, stirling, and internal combustion engines.
Antimatter: The Mirror of the Universe
From CERN, everything you wanted to know about Antimatter, from History to Everyday use.
The Armchair Caver
Avoid the unpleasantness of actual caving with my armchair guides – clickable maps with photographs of the cave. Three caves are ready for you to explore.
Ask Dr. Universe
Dr. Universe has a whole university full of experts ready to tackle your question on any subject.
Rainbows, rays and shadows, and ice halos are all examples of atmospheric optics.
The Atoms Family
Introduction to atomic structure, energy, light, and electricity.
Bayer: Making Science Make Sense
A Bayer initiative supporting hands-on, inquiry-based science education and a nationwide campaign promoting science literacy.
information source on biochemistry for high school biology students and educators,
Bill Nye, The Science Guy
From the PBS TV series; requires Macromedia Shockwave.
Lots of links to helpful biology sites from About.com.
The Biology Place
Designed for high school/college general biology courses. Topics: chemistry, cells, genetics, evolution, diversity, plants, animals, ecology.
Explains what a blizzard is, why it’s dangerous, and how to survive if caught in one.
Nice anatomy site with pictures.
Bone Biology for Kids
All About Bones. How to build your bone strength. Bone diseases
Animated Science, Health, Technology, Math, Social Studies and English movies, comic strips, activity pages and school homework assistance.
“Bugs in the News”
A great microbiology site.
Build Volcano Models
Learn how to build your very own volcano.
Carnegie Museum of Natural History
Explore dinosaurs, fossils, bugs, human origins, and many other topics in their exhibits.
A visual tour of cells, bacteria, viruses and their interaction with one another.
A fun yet informative site for learning chemistry.
For younger children, this site offers lots of help.
Chemistry Tutor Page
Help with your chemistry homework.
The US Environmental protection Agency website provides current facts and details about climate change and how it impacts life on earth.
Climate Change/Global Warming for Kids
The EPA pages introducing the concepts of climate and the greenhouse effect, with links showing how scientists investigate climate change and global warming.
The Cloud Boutique
A more detailed examination of basic cloud forms from the PSC Meteorology Program, with plenty of photographs and explanations.
Cool Clouds for “Kids” of all Ages
Clouds that I can’t figure out, can you? Springtime Scenes of Iowa State University.
Coal: Our Most Abundant Fuel
Learn about the history of coal and how it is mined.
Cool Optical Illusions
Optical Illusions pictures, scary eye tricks and cool moving desktop wallpaper! … You don’t want to miss these videos it’s a mix of science, math.
Cool Science Tricks
Cool Science Tricks. This website of Cool Science Tricks started out as a fun family project during the Christmas holidays (2005).
Converting Fahrenheit to Celsius
USA Today weather provides a gradual scale as well as the formula to convert between Fahrenheit and Celsius.
Dennis Kunkel Microscopy
The Image Gallery contains hundreds of scientific, biological and medical images photographed.
All kinds of information on dinosaurs.
From The Natural History Musuem.
Lots of great pictures of dinosaurs.
Discovery Channel School
Links to lesson plans and TV programs in a variety of subjects, including science.
Do Science! – Science tricks, experiments and activities
Cool science tricks, experiments and activities that can be done anywhere.
Dolan DNA Learning Center
A wide variety of online DNA resources as well as information on many workshops, field trips, courses, and products.
Dr. Bob’s Interesting Science Stuff
Investigate interesting (hence the name) and unusual scientific topics. Includes ‘Ask Dr. Bob’ and ‘Did You Know’ sections.
Dr. E’s Energy Lab:
Solar science projects and information on a solar energy home.
From the USGS, this website explains earthquakes in history, how they occur and happen, how to measure earthquakes, predicting them and more.
All you want to know about earthquakes.
Learn about the earth by reading short articles on plate tectonics, cycles, geologic time, adaptation and more.
EarthTrends: The Environmental Information Portal
A free online database that focuses on issues of sustainable development and the environment.
free photos for educational use.
Einstein’s theory of special relativity in multimedia tutorial.
Learn all about how electricity works, its history and other facts.
Electricity at a Glance
This website provides state profiles and statistics.
Energy Information Administration
Federal website about energy resources, including gas, natural gas, coal, electricity and nuclear energy; environment.
Chemistry help for high school students.
Eric’s Treasure Trove of Chemistry
Lots of chemistry information for high school students.
Eric’s Treasure Trove of Physics
More than you will ever need to know about physics.
hands-on science experiment with soil erosion lead by science expert Steve Tomecek.
Everyday Mysteries: Fun Science from the Library of Congress
Fun facts from the Library of Congress.
The Exploratorium: the museum of science, art and human perception, net presence, called ExploraNet,
San Francisco’s Hands On Exploratory Museum
This website is devoted to the scientist, inventor, and artist Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519).
The Ultimate Online Science Experience; natural science world records, earth science lessons, marine sciences, science & technology, weather, space sciences, etc.
Large collection of information sheets on insects, arachnids, and nematodes of importance to Florida residents, arranged by common name, scientific name.
FEMA has a Web site dedicated to teaching kids what to do about building fires. Look for the fire extinguisher at the bottom of the page to visit that Web.
Field Trips for Kids
School field trips for kids featuring entertaining, educational and cultural programs.
The page presents an interactive guide to Physics for elementary or junior high school/middle school students.?
NOVA Online takes a look at the history of floods, the midwestern flood of 1993, the benefits of floods, and more.
Floods and Flood Plains
This website from the USGS explains how floods happen and how to limit damage.
The Franklin Institute
Take a virtual tour or find out about events, exhibits, and membership. Located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
From the Franklin Science Institute in Philadelphia An Interactive Exhibit About Weather Forecasting Technologies.
Probably the most famous experiment to do with lightning is that of Benjamin Franklin and his famous kite.
From Windmills to Whirligigs
From the Science Museum of Minnesota, looking for a unique science and art connection to wind, you will find it here.
Basic science principles revealed in nature and human technology.
Funology.com — the science of having fun! Funology.com is the premiere online destination for kids. We offer tons of fun, creative activities, and games.
FusEdWeb: Fusion Energy Educational Web Site
Leads to several excellent resources which teach about fusion.
General Chemistry Online
Resources for students and teachers of introductory college chemistry, including lecture guides, a question and answer board, a searchable glossary.
|Geoguide: Dams! |
Basic animated guide to the before, during, and after phases of dam construction.Geological Time Machine
Presents a chart detailing the time eras back to the Phanerozoic Eon.
Geology Image Gallery
Get a Grip on Robotics
Grand Canyon Geology
The Ground Beneath
The Heart Preview Gallery
History of the Earth
How Electromagnets Work
How Stuff Works
How Rocks are Formed
Human Anatomy On-Line
The Human Genome Project
I Can Do That !
Images of Insects
Interactive Weather Information Network
Internet History of Science Sourcebook
Introduction to Meteorology
An Introduction to the Microscope
It’s Elemental: The Periodic Table
Just What is Magnetism?
The Mad Scientist Network
Making a Weather Station
Marly Cain’s Microscopy for Kids
The Microbe Zoo
The Middle School Earth Science Explorer
The Mineral Gallery
MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Molecular Expressions: Image from the Microscope
Monterey Bay Aquarium
Mount St. Helens
My Reference Desk – Science
The Mysterious Life of Caves
NASASpacePlace Space Place is provided by NASA and targets
National Earthquake Information Center
National Hurricane Center
National Wind Technology Center
Natural Gas: Fueling the Blue Flame
Neuroscience for Kids
NOVA from PBS
Oil and Natural Gas
Oil on My Shoes
Reading Weather Maps
Scanning Electron Microscope
Science Fair Project Ideas
Science Homework Helper
Science News for Kids
Science News Online
The Science of Ballooning
The Science Snackbook
SCORE: Science Internet Resources
SciJinks is provided by NOAA/NASA and gives
Skulls: Structure and Function
Smithsonian Gem & Mineral Collection
Solar Energy – Energy from the Sun
Teach yourself chemistry
TeacherSource: Science & Technology
Ten Cool Sites of the Month
The Tornado Project Online
Twinkle and Eyenstein’s Wise Eye Web
University of Florida’s Book of Insect Records
USA Today Weather
The Virtual Cave
Water Science for Schools
Weather Wiz Kids
Web Geological Time Machine
What Are Wetlands?
What is a Mineral?
What is Static Electricity
What Tree is it?
What’s That Stuff?
The Why Files
Your Weight On Other Worlds