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View Resource Science NOW: The Latest News Headlines from the Scientific World

Keeping tabs on important developments in the world of science can be rather exhausting, especially considering the number of websites dedicated to various fields of scientific endeavor. One very helpful way to do this is through the ScienceNOW site, which features daily news items from both ScienceNow and weekly news from Science magazine. First-time visitors should spend a few minutes just...

View Resource Library of Congress: Science Reference Services

As one of the world's premier libraries, the Library of Congress has many staff members dedicated to helping members of the general public find the information they need. Along with providing in-person assistance in Washington, D.C., they also maintain this nifty site designed for persons looking for science reference material online. There is not much that isn't included on the site, as visitors...

View Resource Open Science Directory

Readers may have heard of the "digital divide", but what about the scientific "digital divide"? The Open Science Directory is attempting to bridge this gap by providing access to a wide range of journals to researchers in both developing and developed countries. Working with the support of EBSCO Information Services and Hasselt University Library, the Open Science Directory provides access to...

View Resource Scientific American Podcasts

These podcasts from Scientific American cover a variety of topics in science and technology. Podcast categories include Science Talk, 60-Second Science, 60-Second Mind and 60-Second Earth. The site includes a large archive of past podcasts. Users may subscribe to the podcasts using itunes or via RSS, or listen to them on the website. An MP3 file of each podcast is also available for download.

View Resource Extreme Science

Have you ever wondered how tides are created, where the greatest earthquake happened, or how time is measured? All of these and many more questions are answered at this fantastic website created by scientist, Elizabeth Keller. Users can find an abundance of materials on time, weather, space phenomena, and earth science. Within the Gallery of Scientists, users can learn about the work of admirable...

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