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The Bad Science site seeks to expose the bad science and psuedo science which often finds its way into the news and media. This website is based on an archive of Guardian newspapers columns of the same name but with a forum and additional news and content.
A cool site for girls 11-17 from the Girls, Maths & Science partnership (US). Games & experiments, careers advice, biographies and science homework help.
This interactive, online learning site for key stage 2 has been created by the actual University of Manchester, and covers a wide range of science and technology topics.
The Encyclopedia of Life is an unprecedented global partnership between the scientific community and the general public. Their goal is to make freely available to anyone knowledge about all the world’s organisms. Anybody can register as an EOL member and add text, images, videos, comments or tags to EOL pages. Expert curators ensure quality of the core collection by authenticating materials submitted by diverse projects and individual contributors. The aim is to make EOL the best, most comprehensive source for biodiversity information.
Energy Chest has been developed for pupils aged 8-14 years as an aid to energy studies. The site includes basic information on energy and its use, curriculum activities, notes for teachers and a library of links to other energy and environmental sites.
The Environment Agency is the main public body for protecting and improving the environment in England and Wales. The site includes data on various environmental issues as well as links to regional information.
An interactive site from Channel 4 for students, aged 11-16, of Science.
iSpot is a nature lovers' social network site. Learn more about wildlife, share your interest with a friendly community and get help identifying what you have seen.
Khan Academy is a site which has thousands of videos to help with your school and homework, particularly maths and science
This website, which popularizes science is created by researchers at Cambridge University. It features articles, experiments, and podcasts, plus news and reviews from the world of science.
Access reference books on biology, plant sciences, zoology, ecology, genetics etc.from Oxford University Press. Access is possible at any Lancashire Library People's Network PC or from any PC using the barcode from your Lancashire Library card.
Reference books on astronomy, physics, mathematics, chemistry and statistics from Oxford University Press. There is also a dictionary of weights, measures and units. Access is possible at any Lancashire Library People's Network PC or from any PC using the barcode from your Lancashire Library card.
A whole range of references works on science, technology, scientists and the environment from Oxford University Press. It includes the illustrated Encyclopedia of Mammals.
Games, activities and experiments for children and adults. A site that makes science fun with lots of interaction for children from pre-school to 16+.
This website contains free online resources which are geared to the National Curriculum up to the 16-18 age. The site was launched in 2002 by an independent group ISE (Industry Supports Education). All of the resources have been written by teacher authors and edited by the publisher.
Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical is a free searchable electronic index to the science content of sixteen nineteenth-century general periodicals, which will help you understand how science was assimilated, debated and challenged in the 19th century.
Skoool.co.uk is a website packed with interactive resources to help you learn Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Maths at Key Stage 3 and 4.
Explore the universe with astronomy resources, sky news, an image gallery, games and reviews.
Try Science is full of stuff to try, projects and experiments plus guides to science, technology and science centres all around the world.
Who says girls can't be great scientists?! "I was wondering" is an intereactive website from the US National Acedemy of Science for girls aged 10+ which showcase the achievement of great women scientists, and includes answers to your science questions, games, biographies and a time travel line.