Science Resources Online
Over 500 science fair projects, searchable, and with complete instructions.
|Ask a Scientist
||The Regional Alliance for Mathematics and Science Education’s site allows you to ask professional scientists questions regarding their area of expertise, as well as browse frequently asked questions.|
||Uses animation, 3-D, and video clips to show you the world of cellular biology and microorganisms including viruses and bacteria.|
Definitions of commonly used chemistry terms and a periodic table illustration.
Lesson plans and resources for teachers set by K-5. 6-8, and 9-12 clusters within Earth, Life, and Physical Sciences.
An animated, interactive primer on DNA and heredity. This site covers the entire range of genetics, from basic inheritance to up-to-the-minute methods of DNA analysis.
|The DNA Learning Center
||This site takes you from the introduction to DNA all of the way to sequencing techniques and more.|
|Earth and Moon Viewer
||Here, you can view maps and full-color images of the Earth and moon from different angles, as well as customize a specific view you would like to see using certain parameters.|
An online interactive learning center with homework help on Earth Science, Chemistry, Physics and Biology. Also includes learning activities, vocabulary, college and career guidance, and current events.
Contains over one hundred illustrations of the human body with animations and descriptive links. When you click on those links, information about that part of the anatomy is displayed.
Java Applets to test your understanding of a number of important chemical principles. Curriculum supports are available--providing examples of challenge problems to supplement textbook problems and connect key principles to real world contexts as well as concept tests for use during class.
|Materials Research Science & Engineering Centers
||Offers a variety of activities designed to make science accessible to students. Also available are hands-on lessons, demonstrations, support for science fairs, mobile laboratories, and mentorship programs.|
|Mineral and Gemstone Kingdom
||Complete information guide to rocks, minerals, and gemstones.|
|NASA For Students
||Aimed at students in grades 9-12, this section of NASA’s web page provides news, multimedia, contacts, and homework help.|
|New Scientist Magazine
||Provides answers to questions about everyday phenomena, and information on science and technological news from around the world.|
||An overview of the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of each of the planets and moons in our solar system.|
||PSIgate provides free access to high quality Internet resources for students, researchers and practitioners Check out the interactive tutorials provided in varying degrees of difficulty and in the specific area you want help.|
|The Particle Adventure
||Student and teacher worksheets on basic particle physics (also available in Spanish).|
||Information, news, quizzes, polls, and documentary information.|
|Physics Instructional Research Association
||Online demonstrations and interactive physics programs.|
|This free online interactive site offers several resources or “hubs” for both middle and high school students. Resources for teacher as well from lesson plans to resources.|
||Offers hands-on science lesson plans for teachers.|
|Temperature and Measurement||Information about temperature, temperature measurement, kinetic theory, and thermodynamics.|
|Tree of Life
||Aids in the learning and appreciation of biodiversity and the interconnectedness of all living things. Provides information about the evolutionary history and characteristics of all groups of organisms.|
||THE premiere periodic table on the internet.|
|Whole Frog Project
||Allows visitors to interactively dissect a digitized frog.|