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  • How Stuff Works
  • www.howstuffworks.com
  • Contains tutorials on a wide range of subjects for people interested in learning the mechanisms of how things work.
5.0
(6)
>50
8
  • ScienceDaily Magazine
  • www.sciencedaily.com
  • News about science, technology, and health. Archived stories are filed into ODP categories alongside the links.
4.8
(si*)
>210
8
  • Free Video Lectures
  • freevideolectures.com
  • Free video lectures on science and technology topics.
4.5
(si*)
>1400
6
  • Nye Labs
  • www.billnye.com
  • Official site with experiments, a "Question of the Week," episode guides, e-cards, pictures and Nye's biography and curriculum vitae. [Requires Flash.]
4.4
(si*)
>460
6
  • Volcano World
  • volcano.oregonstate.edu
  • Brings modern and near real-time volcano information to school kids.
4.4
(si*)
>120
7
  • The GLOBE Program
  • www.globe.gov
  • Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment - involves students from over 80 countries in collecting local environmental data. Observations are shared between schools and with scientists via the Internet.
4.2
(si*)
>110
6
  • ScienceNetLinks
  • www.sciencenetlinks.com
  • Resource for K-12 science educators.
4.2
(si*)
>260
6
  • TryScience.org
  • www.tryscience.org
  • Content is contributed by science centers and museums worldwide and constantly changes.
4.2
(si*)
>50
7
  • Science Netlinks
  • www.sciencenetlinks.org
  • Resources for K-12 science educators.
4.2
(si*)
-
6
  • The Mad Science Group
  • madscience.org
  • Corporate headquarters of company offering interactive science entertainment for children ages 5-12 through parties, theatrical shows, school and camp workshops and after school programs. International franchise opportunities.
4.2
(si*)
>20
5
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