Events in Science, Mathematics, and Technology
Timelines covering every aspect of Science and Technology have been assembled by Niel Brandt, a British Scholar. He has also tracked landmark events in communications, computers, pressure management, lighting, rockets and missiles.
Science Days Presents science and technology facts, discoveries, inventions, or events for each day of the month.
Science Tracer Bullets Online Bibliographic guides prepared by the Library of Congress can expedite location of published materials on science and technology subjects.
About.com Expert guides provide access to a network of Life Sciences sites.
An Introduction to the Science of Artificial Intelligence
This introduction to AI contains interesting facts and ideas, as well as detailed specific information for dedicated researchers. Included is a timeline and history of AI, interviews with AI experts, links to AI headlines in the news, and essays on the use of AI.
BioChemLinks Guide to the best biology and chemistry educational resources on the web. Links in High School Hub provide access an array of online resources-including reviews and activities for
biochemistry, organic chemistry, and biology.
Biodidac Excellent collection of digital resources for teaching biology which includes 2000 photos and diagrams.
Biology Project This site, hosted by the University of Arizona, provides an interactive learning resource for studying biochemistry, human biology, immunology, mendelian genetics, molecular biology, etc.
Biotechnology Educational Resources
Genentech, the biotechnology company, sponsors Access Excellence, a national educational program that puts high school biology teachers in touch with critical sources of new scientific information in an online network with links to a collection of biotechnology education sites and resources.
Bridge: Ocean Sciences Education Teacher resources Center
This site maintained by the Virginia Institute of Marine Science provides links to Ocean Sciences, Resource Pavallion, People and Places, Researchers and Discussion. Under People and Places there are links to aquariums, school project pages and regional pages.
Marine Biology WEB Provides an up-to-date guide to pertinent original literature for students assigned research papers.
Neurosciences on the Internet Neuroanatomy, biochemistry, medicine, and cognitive neurosciences are topics this useful site features of interest to general readers and experienced researchers.
Bassam Shakhashiri's "Chemical of the Week" http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/CHEMWEEK/Chemweek.html
This University of Wisconsin professor shares his weekly fact sheet about a chemical or type of chemical to expand students' knowledge about their production, cost, and uses.
This site is a virtual library of chemistry resources that have been validated by experts ACS Publications Division, Chemical Abstracts Service, sites of scientific associations, etc.
Chemists' net http://www.chemistnet.com
Chemistry educators throughout Europe manage this site with specific links to Educational Resources.
Denver Earth Science Project (DESP) http://www.mines.edu/Outreach/Cont_Ed/desp.shtml
The Colorado School of Mines in partnership with corporations, federal agencies and school districts have developed a series of modules addressing earth science topics-oil & gas exploration, ground water studies, paleontology and dinosaurs, radiation, radioactivity & radon.
EE-Link (Environmental Education) http://eelink.net/
The top 10 endangered species are featured, including the problems and causes, legislation and news items.
Environmental Protection Agency http://www.epa.gov
The globe is divided into four sectors for purposes of presentation of background information and resources covering Ecosystems, Water, Human Health, Waste & Recycling, Air, Conservation, and Environmental Basics.
Smithsonian Expeditions http://www.miamisci.org/expeditions/index.html
The Miami Museum of Science in a joint undertaking with the Smithsonian showcases the latter's contributions to the study and preservation of natural history in Latin America & the Caribbean. Join an expedition tracing the steps of scientsts throughout the decades as they traveled to remove regions exploring desolate shores, tropical jungles, archaeological ruins, and a Mayan king's tomb.
Chance Database http://www.dartmouth.edu/~chance/
Dartmouth College and the University of Minnesota developed this database for grades 9-12 which provides coursework, problems, literature and study modules useful for introductory statistics or probability courses.
Math Activities for K-12 Teachers http://daniel.calpoly.edu/~dfrc/Robin/
California Polytechnic University in conjunction with NASA Dryden Flight Research Center have developed space-related lesson plans based on aeronautical themes and NASA Projects covering geometry in the constellations, fractions, decimals, activity worksheets, photos, video clips, related links and useful background information.
Math Forum:Internet Mathematics Library http://mathforum.org/library
This site permits searches by keyword, level, topic, type of resource and grade level, and includes hundreds of lesson plans selected from Internet collections and individual author sites.
Math Teacher Link http://mtl.math.uiuc.edu
The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, provides a collection of class resources organized by traditional course names-Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Trigonometry, Precalculus, and Calculus.
Math & Science Gateway http://www.tc.cornell.edu/Edu/MathSciGateway/
Cornell University Department of Education provides links resources in mathematics and science for educators in grades 9-12 in the fields of Astronomy, Agriculture, Biology, Chemistry, Computers, Earth & Environmental Science, Engineering, Health and Medicine, Mathematics, Meteorology, Physics, and Monthly Math/Science Topics
This is Megamathematics: Los Alamos National Laboratory http://www.cs.uidaho.edu/~casey931/mega-math/
Topics include knot theory, graph theory, infinity, algorithms, finite state machines, map coloring and logic. An overview and math background for the lessons is provided by clicking ABC's of MegaMath.
Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute http://www.yale.edu/ynhti/
Offers a collection of curriculum units for teaching attending 1997-98 summer workshops. Lesson plans, student handouts, and specific classroom ideas are available. Mathematic Units can be found using a thematic directory, alphabetical topical index or the site's own search engine.
Particle Adventure http://ParticleAdventure.org/
The Particle Data Group of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory at this site introduces the theory of fundamental particles and forces called the Standard Model and explores the experimental evidence that spurs physicists to go beyond this theory.
Physics Around the World http://physicsweb.org/TIPTOP/paw/
This gateway for physicists, high school teachers and advanced students has links categorized as educational, media, companies, computing reference, institutions and organizations, exhibits and museums, directories and FAQs.
Science Learning Network http://www.sln.org
This site connects educators with six Science Learning Networks across the U.S., provides access to museums with the best inquiry resources, collections of the best online exhibits, and the newest recipient of "The Unisys Prize" for the best Online Science Education project.