Recommended Science Web Sites
Created by Thinktank, Birmingham's science museum, in partnership with Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham Stories allows you to explore interactive galleries from the comfort of your own sofa. Crammed with remarkable stories, this website is brought to life with multimedia clips and interactive challenges.General sites
The New Scientist
An online version of the popular science journal. It does not have full coverage, but has an excellent archive facility.
An online edition of the popular journal.
The Science Museum (London)
The website of London's Science Museum. It provides information on
current and forthcoming events and displays.
The Natural History Museum (London)
The website of the Natural History Museum in London. Contains visitor information and forthcoming events.
The website of the Meteorological Office. Contains the latest weather reports and
forecasts, as well other weather related links.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Centre - for all those who have a
hankering to be an astronaut.
Ask Dr Universe
The American based answers to many tricky scientific questions can be found at this ingenious site.
Aimed at kids, it's a mine of information for anyone with an enquiring mind. You can also e-mail your own questions that you've always wondered about.
University of Colorado - Physics 2000
Physics 2000 relies heavily on the use of interactive "applets". These are different from the typical animations you see on the Internet because you can actually interact with them. BUT . . . they may not work on your computer !
The Nanoworld Image Gallery by the Centre for Microscopy and Microanalysis at the University of Queensland
The Kennedy Space Centre
KSC is the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) center of excellence for launch and payload processing systems as well as the lead centre for acquisition and management of expendable launch vehicle services and payload carriers.
The Royal Society
As the UK national academy of science founded in 1660, the Royal Society
plays a crucial role as the champion of top quality science and technology.
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