66 General Interest Science links found.
Ask a Scientist
Got a science question? Ask a Scientist with the help from a bunch of some of the top scientific minds from around the UK.
Bang Goes The Theory
This BBC TV series and website aims to look at how science shapes the world around us, in an engaging and relevant way.
An interactive documentary experience that tells the story of our origins.
A website that lets you explore and debate the latest discoveries in life sciences.
What? You've never looked at Brainpop? This is a fabulous crazy brilliant animation site to explain all things scientific and medical.
Brought to Life
Exploring the history of medicine from the London Science Museum.
Topical science-related articles that make you think.
Compare scientific principles and science-related items in a unique and informative way.
A scientific site providing video based studies, lecturers and seminars.
An American website which provides free, educational online games focused on science, maths and critical thinking.
The place to find the biggest, baddest and the best in the world of extremes and learn about the science behind what makes each the most extreme example of its kind.
Detailed biographies of the most famous scientists and inventors in history. Great for student research.
Fun Science Gallery
Instructions for some fairly novel experiments and hosts project guides for making fun science equipment.
Lots of simple and quick science experiments and games.
The website of food adventurer Stefan Gates contains lots of fun recipes and projects for school and home.
Go Science Girls
A range of fun science projects and experiments for home or school.
Halloween science experiments from the popular Science Bob website.
Comprehensive site full of help and information about children's health issues.
The UK's leading scientific and laboratory equipment title with nearly 40 years of service to producers and consumers of all types of laboratory scientific equipment.
A site that represents a collective cranium of scientists providing answers to your science questions.
A game aimed at students up to the age of 16. Based largely around the code-breaking game Mastermind.
My Favourite Scientist
Who is your favourite scientist? That's the question film-maker Brady Haran has posed to leading researchers at Nottingham Trent University.
Discover a balanced and thorough introduction to the world of nano with a chance to share your thoughts and join the nano debate.
Nautilus will tell you about science and its endless connections to our lives through stories, blogs and news articles.
A subscription magazine for all those interested in science-based news stories.
An online marketplace for buying and selling used scientific equipment.
The definitive online periodic table reference site including technical data, photographs and descriptions of thousands of samples of the chemical elements.
A leading web-based science, research and technology news service which covers a full range of topics.
A new online project by the Royal Institution showcasing the very best science videos from the Ri and around the web.
Fun science experiments, science fair ideas and videos.
A site full of ideas for science projects and other useful guides.
Encouraging science learning through simple quick facts and figures.
Covering the outer reaches of space to the tiniest microbes in our bodies, Science Friday is the source for entertaining and educational stories about science, technology and other cool stuff.
Interactive games, quizzes and lesson plans from New Zealand.
Science experiments and projects that use common resources found around the home.
A range of experiment ideas, diagrams and science facts.
Lots of informative and fun science videos, explanations and thoughts.
A broad-based, grassroots organisation celebrating and supporting women in science.
An Australian science centre. Each section contains teaching notes, experiment ideas and printables.
Helping to inspire the next generation of females into Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
Creating opportunities to inspire young people in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
The Big Bang
The largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths for young people in the UK.
The Molecular Workbench
A versatile platform for science education, an open-ended modelling tool for designing and conducting powerful simulations across science and engineering.
The Naked Scientists
A group of physicians and researchers from Cambridge who use radio, live lectures and the Internet to promote science to the general public.
The Science Channel
This impressive website covers all three sciences and contains videos, games, the latest science news and amazing photo galleries.
The Science Council
A membership organisation that brings together learned societies and professional bodies across science and its applications.
The Science Explorer
Various science experiments and activities that can be conducted at school or at home. The activity list is added to regularly so keep checking back for the latest content.
ThoughtCo Science brings you interesting concepts and informative articles which make you think about the sciences.
Your gateway to experience the excitement of contemporary science and technology through on and offline interactivity with science and technology centres worldwide.
A thorough and detailed teaching resources website, full of content about "how science works".
Why Not Chemeng
All you need to know about careers in chemical engineering.