Since 2005
ScienceBiz.com offers links to websites related to biochemistry, reliability engineering, chemist, morality, medical physics, mechanical engineering, earth sciences, materials, astrophysics, nuclear, software, molecular and much more.
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community of researchers, teachers, and students conducting collaborative research in the sciences.
http://kancrn.org/
resources for all who garden with kids, whether in the family or classroom. From the National Gardening Association.
http://www.kidsgardening.com/
promotes and facilitates the dissemination of innovative approaches to K-12 health science education through partnerships among academic institutions, industries, and governmental agencies.
http://www.nahsep.org/
The American Museum of Natural History presents an interactive primer of 'ologies' including: meterology, paleontology, astronomy, and genetics.
http://www.ology.amnh.org/
workshops offered for math, science, and technology education.
http://school.osc.on.ca/
collaborative research community for student scientists that cultivates and celebrates the intellectual, imaginative and humanitarian promise of every learner.
http://pathfinderscience.net/
for children ages 8-13. Learn about the science of medicine, play games, and do experiments at home.
http://www.pfizerfunzone.com/
program designed to improve girls' skills and confidence in math, science, and computer technology. Developed by the Mid-Continent Council of Girl Scouts.
http://www.plugged-in.org/
science resource for K-8 teachers and students. Offers news and links, an online museum, and a chat community area.
http://www.sln.org/
offering a subscription newsletter with answers to common science questions, projects and experiments, and unit measurement conversions.
http://www.sciencemadesimple.com/
official site includes comprehensive information about the competition.
http://www.soinc.org/
offers engaging interactive online science exhibits and reference information for science students, teachers, and hobbyists, with an emphasis on geometry and astronomy.
http://www.ScienceU.com/
join Science Bob and visit his online lab for experiments and answers to your science questions.
http://www.sciencebob.com/
online curriculum-based ocean adventure learning game for grade 4-7 students.
http://www.secretsatsea.org/
dedicated to conducting comparative studies in educational acheivement.
http://timss.bc.edu/