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Ever wonder what the biggest, baddest, and the best are in the natural world? Check out these world records and meet some of the scientists who are studying this stuff.
News magazine for the earth and environmental sciences published by the American Geological Institute.
Designed to connect students (primarily students of color), teachers, and parents to science education programs and resources in their communities.
Interactive science education for teachers and students.
Allows teachers to take a little piece of Hollywood and toss it inside the science classroom. Guide to films that demonstrate certain scientific concepts.
Offers math and science games and activities, and information about technical careers.
Our 'GOAL' is to intrigue you with the adventures, the sciences, the technologies and the underlying laws of nature that make them possible.
Teaching and learning resource, built around and including Gregor Mendel's paper of 1865.
Official site for the intense month-long program for young scientists the summer after they graduate from high school.
Alliance of individuals, institutions, and organizations committed to strengthening undergraduate science, mathematics, engineering, and technology education.
A guide to informal science education centers throughout the United States.
Welcome to Shareware Simulations & Lessons in Physics, Science, Math, & Engineering.
Professional M.S. degrees in science or mathematics for students interested in a wider variety of career options.
consumer information about electricity generation and distribution.