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  • How Stuff Works - The index to over 1000 fantastic 'How Stuff Works' articles!
  • Big Binoculars  - Lowest Prices, Giant Binoculars, Binocular, Astronomy, Astronomical Binoculars, Telescope, Wholesale, Telescopes
  • ExploreLearning - The online learning community dedicated to the teaching and learning of science
  • TryScience - TryScience.org is your gateway to experience the excitement of contemporary science and technology through on and offline interactivity with science and technology centers worldwide
  • SciSeek - Source for Science & Nature - A great guide to the best the Internet has to offer in the fields of science and nature. Styled like a conventional Internet guide, this science search engine lists Web sites covering subjects from agriculture and forestry to astronomy, biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, physics and the environment
  • Popular Science - What's New and What's Next in Science, Internet, Medicine, Biotechnology, Computers, Consumer Electronics, Aviation, Space, Home Technology, and Automotive Technology
  • NewScientist - Daily science news and technology news, hot topics, and a comprehensive database of science jobs and technology jobs
  • ScienceMaster - ScienceMaster brings high quality science to the Internet. Our goal is to provide the best science resources for teachers, parents, hobbyists, and life-long learners. The ScienceMaster web pages include links to researched sites, lesson plans, activities, and project ideas. Bookmark us or link to us from your computer or web site to have quick access to the top science sites on the Internet. Through our website and products, we demonstrate our commitment to meeting the needs of home, educational, and professional users of scientific resource sites and software
  • Superior Distributing - Superior Distributing is a leading provider of Science Fair Display Boards and Materials
  • Encyclopedia of Laser Physics and Technology - This encyclopedia explains basic terms and principles of laser physics and technology, with some content added from other topics such as general optics, nonlinear optics and quantum optics. It should be useful for people in the industry as well as for researchers
  • Frank Potter's Science Gems - For students, parents, teachers, scientists, engineers and mathematicians. More than 14,000 Science Resources sorted by Category, Subcategory, and Grade Level

 

  • Search4Science.com - Search4science is made by scientists for scientists. We have created a community on the Internet that will evolve based on its users needs. We hope you find it useful in your daily work and we promise to continue to develop its functionality. We encourage you to send us your comments, so we can further improve search4science
  • HighWire Press - We deliver scientific and medical research online in high-quality web environments. Our mission is to change scientific communication through the use of internet technology
  • Heat engines - Rankine, Striling, Brayton, Kalina cycle engines description
  • SciTech Daily Review - An updated review of science and technology developments - the latest trends, breakthroughs, background, analysis and information
  • Cool Science for Curious Kids - Fun and interactive site to help kids appreciate science. Five activities adapted from science and children's museums. From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute
  • ExploraNet - The Exploratorium - a hands-on museum of science, art, and human perception in San Francisco. Our site provides interactive online exhibits and exhibitions, hands-on activities, Webcasts, and more
  • SciCentral - Your one-stop marketplace for scientific products and information, plus end-to-end e-solutions to streamline your research supply chain
  • The Science Page - Resources in: biology, chemistry, physics, environment, weather, earth science, space, paleontology, science fairs, analogies, constants, history, magazines, newsgroups, teacher resources and more
  • Mad Sci Network - The MAD Scientist Network is a collective cranium of scientists providing answers to your questions. For good measure we provide a variety of oddities and other ends as well..
  • National Science Foundation - The National Science Foundation is an independent U.S. government agency responsible for promoting science and engineering through programs that invest over $3.3 billion per year in almost 20,000 research and education projects in science and engineering
  • Department of Mineral Sciences - The Department of Mineral Sciences is dedicated to the study of minerals, gems, rocks, volcanoes, and meteorites: their origin and evolution
  • Science Monster - From the creator of CoolMath, comes a new site to help kids learn about science. Currently the site features fun and learning about the solar system, Mars, our Earth, gravity, robots and more
  • All Science Stuff - Articles about many topics in science, with an emphasis in life sciences. Articles are updated as new discoveries are made; many contain flash animations to help explain concepts