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Access Excellence
A program to help you learn about the sciences
Amateur Science
Bringing together those who are interested in science but do not practice it professionally
Ascent of the Mind
A study of human brain power and its growth from the ice age--onward
Astro-2 Live!
The latest news on shuttle missions can be found here
A chain of links to Astronomy and Space Science, maintained by the U.S. Geological Survey
BioData Information Navigator
Provides comprehensive computer solutions to the life sciences industry
The Galaxy search for biology
Biology & Biosciences (MountainNet, Inc.)
A gopher menu with information about DNA, biology, biodiversity, and much more
Biology (North Carolina State)
Look through this gopher menu and find out what break throughs are happening at this university
Biomedical Visualization Home Page
Combines visual problem-solving skills with a knowledge of science, education, communication and media know-how
Boston Amateur Radio Club
The Boston Amateur Radio Club is a non-commercial association of persons interested in Amateur Radio
Collision with Jupiter
Contains information, images, animations, and other resources regarding the collision of fragments of comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter, which took place on July 16-22, 1994
Computational Science Education Project
A preparation for research and studies in computational science and computational engineering
Dictionary of Cell Biology
Intended to provide quick access to easily-understood and cross-referenced definitions of terms frequently encountered in reading the modern biology literature
The nature of scientific research is evolving and changing with the new technology, the Cornell Theory Center is dedicated to supporting this powerful new approach
Discovery Channel On-Line
Explore new things about the world every day at the Discovery Channel's site
Educational Space Simulations Server
Internet resources, software for space simulations, lesson plans, experiments,activities . . . all this can be found here!
Fusion Home Page
Learn about this essential energy making process
GraphPad Prism -- Scientific Graphing
Data, results, graphs, page layouts, and notes are all linked and stored together in one project file, so even your most complicated experiments stay organized and easy to manage
Health Sciences Libraries Consortium
Contains listings of PC compatible and Macintosh programs used in health sciences education
Helping Your Child Learn Science
In the next century,this country will need citizens with more training in science and technology than most adults had in school, learn how to help children prepare
Infomine: Biological, Agricultural, Medical Resources
A showcase of highly relevant resources which include databases, electronic journals and books, bulletin boards, listservs, online library card catalogs, articles and directories of researchers
Institute for Molecular Virology
Learn about the study of diseases, particularly those spread by viruses
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Managed for NASA by the California Institute of Technology, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory is the lead U.S. center for robotic exploration of the solar system
Jim Lovell: An Astronaut's Story
One of the first people to travel far above the atmosphere, see where he went and how he got there
La Plata Observatory
Its principal tasks are research and teaching Astronomy and Geophysics
London Science Museum
This Science Museum aims to help the public understand and enjoy the history and contemporary practice of science, medicine,technology and industry
Magellan Mission to Venus
NASA's Magellan spacecraft made a dramatic conclusion to its highly successful mission at Venus when it was commanded to plunge into the planet's dense atmosphere
Mercury Project
USC's Mercury Project combines robotics and archaeology in an interactive art installation
Messier Catalog
A collection of the most beautiful objects in the sky including nebulae, star clusters, and galaxies compiled by French astronomer Charles Messier
Moon Mission
A mission account from the crew of Apollo 11, of their experience on the moon
Museum of Physics Department
A collection of the early instruments of the Department of Physics of the University of Naples from 1645 to 1900
National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Most anything you need to know about NASA can be found here
Nebraska Behavioral Biology Group
This research combines the techniques of behavioral ecology and experimental psychology to understand cognitive functions involved in foraging and spatial memory
Nine Planets
Each of the planets and major moons in our solar system is briefly described and illustrated with pictures from NASA spacecraft
Oak Ridge National Laboratory Review
A quarterly magazine highlighting research and development activities at the Laboratory
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry
An independent, non-profit science education center dedicated to improving the public's understanding of science and technology
Project Discovery
Coordinating federal and state money for the improvement of science and math education
Science World
Create a cyclone, crawl through a beaver lodge, dance on a giant keyboard. blow square bubbles. light up a plasma ball, experience a sensational OMNIMAX film all at Vancouver's Science World
Space Flight History
An indepth report on the history of space exploration
Space Telescope
A joint mission of the National Aeronautics and Space Adminsitration (NASA) and the European Space Agency (ESA)
This newsletter covers recent developments in space policy, exploration, development, and more
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space
SEDS is an independent, student-based organization which promotes the exploration and development of space
Ulysses Mission
The Ulysses Mission is the first spacecraft to explore interplanetary space at high solar latitudes
Virtual Frog Dissection Kit Info Page
Allows interactive dissection of a frog, and includes the capability to make on-the-fly movies.
Welcome To The Planets
This is a collection of many of the best images from NASA's planetary exploration program
Women in Science and Engineering
Explore this list of links to sites about the great women who have made and are making discoveries in the fields of science and engineering

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