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An all-ages trip to the frontiers of knowledge. Bytesize Science translates scientific discoveries into intriguing podcasts about science, medicine, energy, food, and much more. A public service of the American Chemical Society.
The biggest, baddest and the best in the world of extremes and the science behind what makes each the most extreme example of its kind. Here are world records in the sciences; who holds these records, and the key science concepts used to explain the story behind these records. This site also has a large collection of science and technology information and links to resources that include resources for students, and teachers needing content for science lessons.
Futurity is an online research news magazine reporting the latest discoveries in science and technology from leading universities in the United States and Canada. Articles include links to additional information at the institution where the research was performed, plus links to full text journal articles when available.
Podcasts where scientists from Stanford University provide their professional yet humorous takes from the world of science, where they explore the significant news and discoveries of the week using a combination of wit, analogies, and words with less than four syllables. You don’t need to be a scientist to listen.
Explore many aspects of the world. The texts of these articles are often supplemented with vivid photos and videos. Especially useful is their link: "Daily News" which has the latest news articles on all aspects of science and technology.
This website is from NOVA, the highest rated science series on television and the most watched documentary series on public television. Its NOVA Education link offers free online video. Its NOVA ScienceNOW link has articles on all of the sciences. And its Secret Life of Scientists link has videos where you can get to know about the lives of dozens of scientists and engineers.
Podcasts recorded from broadcasts on produced by National Public Radio. Radiolab is a show about curiosity, where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blur between science, philosophy, and human experience.
The award-winning biweekly news magazine of the Society for Science & the Public. It covers important and emerging research in all fields of science, publishing concise, accurate, timely articles that appeal to both general readers and scientists.
Here scientists combine videos with their research results to make their research more visible, and accessible. This site is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Public Library of Science.
This site collects interesting science news that may be a little off the beaten path. Links accompanying each story provides additional sources of information for readers who want to delve further into a particular subject.