Education links and resources:
Links to Sites About Science
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Aeronautics and Space Administration
Watch live pictures from the space shuttle,
or track typhoons in the South Pacific.
and Atmospheric Administration
Track hurricanes and explore current data
maps for weather in your backyard or worldwide.
Ever wondered why spiders don't stick to
their web? The coolest cat in the world, Dr. W. S. Universe, is
avaible to answer any of your science, or just plain odd,
Information or current exhibits and shows at
the Planetarium. Check out what's playing on the five-story
Irene P. Flinn Giant-Screen Theater.
The museum of science, art and human
perception, maintained by the San Francisco's Palace of Fine
The Smithsonian Institution's site has
resources available for all the museums and research centers at
the National Mall.
News from the forefront of science and
The Kids' Clubhouse at Education Place
provides free games and resources for students studying math,
reading, social studies, and science.
Institute Science Museum
A great resource for anyone interested in
the life of Benjamin Franklin, or browse inQuiry Attic or Musing
Don't know what to do for the science fair?
Dr. Internet has how to instructions, samples, ideas, magazines
and resource links to help you design a science fair project.
Join in the SeaWorld/Busch Gardens Animal
Information Database, and view Shamu TV or the Puffin Cam.
Museum of Science,
Online exhibits highlight the center's
An international network of museums, The
Science Learning Network explores how telecomputing can support
inquiry-based science education.
Theater of Electricity
Designed by the Museum of Science, Boston
explore history of electricity, construction, sparks, touching,
lightning, franklin's kite, tesla coils, lightning and take a
safety quiz. Also includes teacher resources and video/picture
The Nine Planets
A multimedia tour of the solar system
designed by Bill Arnett, from the University of Arizona. Or
UofA Students for Exploration and Development of Space
Fun and challenging math lessons from Los
Alamos National Laboratory.