Some Science Links

Kitchen Scientists - A Guide to Home Science Experiments -
(Thanks to Jennifer in North Carolina for finding this excellent page)

Kid's Chemistry 101 -
(Thanks to Sharon Donato's students for finding this page)

Encyclopedia of Life -

Infinite Energy

New Energy Times

Physics Classroom

StudyWorks Online

Rocky Mountain Institute

Scientific American

Scientific News Online

Popular Science

Science Daily

The Exploratorium

For Kids Only: Earth Science Enterprise

The Why Files

PBS      Nova Online

Dennis Kunkel's Microscopy

Cool Science for Curious Kids

Kinetic City Cyber Club

Cells Alive!

Hurricane Hunters

American Museum of Natural History

Inventure Place

National Laboratories

Mars News

Mad Scientist Network

Human Spaceflight

Solar System Simulator

The StarTrails Society

Observation of the Week

Nine Planets

Earth Observatory

National Geographic


How Stuff Works

Sandlot Science

Conceiving a Clone

Amusement Park Physics

Inner Auto

Historic Wings

Innovative Transportation Technologies

Volcano World


Periodic Table of the Elements (HTML Table)

Dissections of the Real Brain

Mystic Aquarium

Fuel Cells 2000

Robot Books

Rodney Brooks (robot scientist)

American Institute of Physics

Sony's QRIO Robots

Computer Time Resources

Leap Seconds

Astronomy FAQ

Ask an Astronomer - Cornell

Theo Gray -

A generator uses motion to take advantage of magnetism to create electricity.
A motor uses electricity to take advantage of magnetism to create motion.

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