Listings of special coverage of major space events.
Energy Science News provides information about research and technologies generated by the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science. Topics covered include supercomputing, the Human Genome Project, catalysis, subsurface microbiology, global weather ch
INSCiGHT is a joint project of AAAS' SCiENCE Magazine.and ACADEMIC PRESS. The SCiENCE newsroom produces daily news stories from the world of scientific research.
Junk Science debunks faulty scientific data used to further special agendas; it provides "access to a rich collection of on-line resources, including, various communications tools, online forums..." and new analysis of topical issues. The archive can be searched. The site is updated daily.
Up-to-date reports on NASA experiments, shuttle missions, astronomical observations, and the like, often in considerable detail.
This site provides comprehensive and frequently updated science and technology news. A great place to find additional information about current science.
Provides brief abstracts and links to science, technology, and social sciences news articles from magazines, newspapers, and science Web sites. Updated daily.
Provided by New Scientist magazine, this is a browsable, searchable archive of "over 300 questions on scientific phenomena, with answers provided by our readers." Be sure to completely read the answers given, as sometimes correction and clarifications are addended after the original answer.
The Why Files, a project of the US National Institute for Science Education, is an electronic exploration of the science behind the news. Twice a month, they bring you a new feature on the science (and maths, engineering, and technology) of everyday life. The boundaries are broad -- from outer space to cellular biology, from dinosaurs and dragon lizards to the statistics of political polling. Typical questions, with answers, are: Why were hurricanes so common last year? Is there a relationship between eyesight and diet? Can electric cars help us breathe easier? Searchable. Archives, forums, and question and answer services are available.
A directory of audio, video, and chat events online relating to science. Search or browse through subject categories.