|A Science Odyssey
Description:Another Shockwave enhanced site that has all kinds of interesting activities, including Atom Builder, Probe the Brain, and Technology at Home. On the Edge, comic-book style stories, take you back through time and present scientists soon after they made their discoveries. In That's My Theory meet some of the scientists who made twentieth century history on this made-for-the-Web game show. More activities and teacher resources are available.
|Awesome Summer Science Activities
Description:Education.com's list of the most awesome science activities for summer.
Description:BioInteractive - a collection of learning modules that lets you be the scientist. Virtual Labs: Examine heart patients, probe the nervous system, assay antibodies. Animation Clips: Bacteria invade! Blood flows! Watch the action in these clips. Click & Learn: Learn how an electrocardiogram works, a kidney functions and more. The Virtual Museum: Stroll through virtual exhibits on heart disease and the senses. This site also includes teacher resources, Ask a Scientist and Becoming a Scientist sections.
|Bizarre Stuff You Can Make in Your Kitchen
Description:This site is a museum of classic home science experiments, mainly from the 1930's-1960's. Your sure to find something that will interest you.
|Bunny Survival Tests
Description:To determine specific weaknesses and/or strengths possessed by "Marshmallow Bunnies".
|Characterization of Organic Illumination Systems
Description: " In early December 1988, our attention was called to work by Bill Bidermann on electroluminescence in pickles. It was reported that inserting iron electrodes into a dill pickle and energizing with modest alternating currents caused the pickle to glow.We decided to investigate the phenomenon with the aim of improving our understanding of the underlying mechanisms and examining the potential for commercial applications. "
|Cool Science for Curious Kids
Description:The Howard Hughes Medical Institute invites curious kids to explore biology... on screen, off screen, and in between. Five Areas have been created: Plant-Parts Salad, Air Junk, Classifying Critters, Butterflies, and 1" Square: Looking Closely Without a Microscope.
|Dennis Kunkel Microscopy Education
|Did You Ever Wonder
Description:Visit the Berkley Labs and learn more about about the structure of cells, how to carve with light, how soil keeps the world in balance and much more.
|Effect of ale, garlic, and soured cream on the appetite of leeches
Description:"The medicinal leech has regained some of its long-lost popularity by its present use in microsurgery. Sometimes, however, the leeches refuse to co-operate properly. To overcome this problem our colleagues of the past used to immerse leeches in strong bitter beer before application. An old deaconess learned that a little soured cream on the skin would encourage the leeches' feeding behavior, and we recently found that they seem to be attracted by garlic. The present study, however, shows this to be a fatal attraction."
|Exploring Nature Education Resources - Science Reference
Description: Exploring Nature has free science resources for grades K-12 featuring hundreds of animals, plants, biomes, adaptations, space, the human body, wildlife movies, and much more. Exploring Nature has been awarded inclusion in the American Library Association's Great Sites for Kids an already serves more than 200 home school families.
|Frank Potter's Science Gems
Description:This site lists science and math websites by topic and grade level. Basic categories include physical science, life science, earth science, mathematics, and engineering. Each category is then divided into subtopics. Within the subtopics individual websites are listed with descriptions and links. Subtopics are sorted into minimum grade levels needed to understand the material on the websites from Kindergarten through Senior in college.
|Home school online science library
Description:A comprehenive online science library for home or school study. Sections on physics and chemistry. Over 40 science simulations.
|Jefferson Lab's Games and Puzzles
Description:Math games and games to learn the elements as well as other fun things.
Description:This site is dedicated to debunking junk science claims. "Junk science" is faulty scientific data and analysis used to further a special agenda. Steven J. Milloy, publisher of Junkscience.com, is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, and a columnist for FoxNews.com.
|Learn and Do
Description:Build a bug net, a bird feeder, a bubble blower or a kite. These and many other interesting project plans are available.
Description:Explains the science of everyday life with topics including the animal world, technology, the environment, history, science of fiction, forces of nature, and more.
|Mad Scientist Network
Description:The Mad Scientist Network boasts over 500 mad scientists on tap to answer your science questions. Search the archive of previously answered questions or ask your own question. MAD Labs offers several experiments and the MadSci Library will help you find other science websites.
Description:Nature.com features an extensive array of current and past articles about scientific discoveries and breakthroughs.
Description:Daily science news and technology news, hot topics, and a comprehensive database of science jobs and technology jobs
|NobelPrize.org Educational Productions
Description:Nobelprize.org:s educational section consists of 41 productions. Of these, 29 are interactive learning games of various sorts and degrees of difficulties. Most of them also includes a "Read more" about the subject.
Description:Collaborative weblog covering things like new advances in medical health, scientific research, and more.
Description:This site brings you the latest discoveries in science, health & medicine, the environment, space, technology, and computers, from the world's leading universities and research institutions. Updated three times a day, Monday to Friday, ScienceDaily also offers free search of its archive of more than 15,000 stories, as well as related links, books, encyclopedia articles, jobs, and more, in hundreds of different topics, including astronomy, biology, chemistry, engineering, geology, mathematics, physics, and more.
|Science Fair, Teacher Resources
Description:Use these links to find help preparing and presenting your science fair project. This information will help you use your time wisely, organize your materials effectively and prepare a winning presentation of your project.
|Science News Online
Description:A weekly news magazine of all things scientific, Science News Online has all sorts of interesting information about many aspects of science, from medical breakthroughs to weather phenomena.
Description:A great selection of Science News Online features geared for young scientists.
Description:Sky Lights is written for grades middle-school and up. The average reading level is G8-G9. It covers topics from astronomy and meteorology, updates weekly, and has readers world-wide. Q&A is encouraged. I was a science teacher for some 30 years. Now retired, I find myself still teaching online.
|Strawberry Pop-Tart Blow-Torches
Description:"Last year, an article by well-known newspaper columnist Dave Barry noted that Kellogg's Strawberry Pop Tarts (SPTs) could be made to emit flames "like a blow torch" if left in a toaster too long. The present work describes our independent verification and experience with SPT-based combustion." site author Patrick R. Michaud.
|Summer Science Projects
Description:There are tons of science activities you can do with things that are all around you! Try some of these projects to get outside, have fun, and enjoy science. Home Training Tools
|The T.W.I.N.K.I.E.S Project
Description:T.W.I.N.K.I.E.S. stands for Tests With Inorganic Noxious Kakes In Extreme Situations. T.W.I.N.K.I.E.S. is a series of experiments designed to determine the properties of that incredible food, the Twinkie.
|Weird science experiments
Description:With just a few items nearly everyone can find at home, you can do amazing science experiments. Want to make a lava lamp? Just grab a little cooking oil, water and salt. How about writing with secret “ink” on a mirror? All it takes is dishwashing detergent, water and a cotton swab. Get set for fun and learn a little science?
|Weird Science Kids
Description:Fun free cool exciting science experiments for children.
|Yuckiest Site on the Internet
Description:Worm world, roach world, your gross and cool body—learn about human anatomy while finding out why your body does disgusting things like burping. Discover what a day in the life of Ralph Roach is like. Find out what earthworms are doing down there in the dirt. Throw in some creepy crafts, revolting recipes, unusual activities and icky experiments and you'll soon be having the grossest time of your life.