Popular science: magazines, on-line information and education centers
iBiology Brings open-access videos from scientists explaining their research and offers educational resources and seminaris.
Excellence Access Excellence,
launched in 1993, is a national educational program for biotechnology
that provides high school biology and life science teachers
access to their colleagues, scientists, and critical sources
of new scientific information via the World Wide Web (sponsored
by Genentech, Inc.)
- The Microbiology Information Portal. A large
collection of Internet links to all things microbial with valuable
information for scientists and general audience.
of Life - A comprehensive overview on the biodiversity
on Earth by documenting all living species.
- From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI).
A philanthropy serving society through biomedical research and
science education. .
Online Textbook of Bacteriology - An
online text for general microbiology and medical bacteriology
at the college and advanced high school levels of education.
WebElements Periodic Table
An online periodic table with easy to
find information about the elements that make up all matter
in the Universe including living organisms.
An online introduction to basic chemistry
online with Science
Friday. Science Friday® is produced by Samanna Productions,
Inc., in association with NPR member station WNYC/New York,
and is a registered service mark.
on-line version of the well known magazine tracks the breaking
new stories and provide readers with links to related sites.
Scientific American will provide background, links to directly
related information and key insights into the investigators
themselves and featuring interviews with scientists in
the news and, query experts in any discipline to answer readers'
questions about science and technology in a section called ask
New Scientist British
popular science magazine covering sciencenews, archiving
a comprehensive guide to the most talked about subjects
in science, book reviews, and interviews.
One Behind the Many A site to
further an "understanding of the nature of consciousness"
offering a very useful collection of links on science (evolution,
neurobiology), philosophy (consciousness), and spirituality.
Note that whatislife.com does not support the notion
of purposeful evolution or supernatural consciousness. (Read
Education Center University of
Kansas Medical Center; For educators interested in human
genetics and the human genome project. Information
about human genome project, education resources, lesson plans,
networking for teachers, and many useful links to learn about
genetics, evolution, and diseases.
Center for Science Education A clearinghouse for information and advice to keep evolution
in the science classroom and "scientific creationism"
and "intelligent design" out. At 'What is Life' we
believe, however, that philosophical and theological arguments
about the origin of life, relevant theories and the search for
the meaning of life have a place in education as philosophy
and history of science.
ActionBioscience.org is a non-commercial, educational
web site created to promote bioscience literacy in biodiversity,
the environment, genomics, biotechnology, evolution, ducation,
and exploring new frontiers facing humans.
to great scientists in ther own words! A site dedicated
to collecting for posterity the stories of the great thinkers,
creators, and achievers of our time. The people whose stories
you see on this site are leaders of their field, whose work
has influenced and changed our world.
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