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 Student's Web
Do you need some science information? Then the Student's Web is the place to go. Here are web sites that provide accurate scientific information - a great resource. Links to Science Fair Projects and Biology sites area included as well as links to sites of more general science information. New sites are added each month so make sure that you keep on coming back.
  Access Excellence
A great source of critical scientific information with the latest news and reference information.
  All the Virology on the WWW
This is the home of all aspects of virology, including research, data, and and extensive collection of virus pictures.
  Biological Timing
Participate in a real science experiment, analyze data and check out some of the experiments (with guide sheets) suggested about sleepy adolescents
  The Biology Project at the University of Arizona
This site has detailed information on many aspects of bilogy and up-to-date research findings.
  DNA Workshop
A great place to go to find out about DNA, it even gets you involved with the processes of DNA replication and protein synthesis.
  Gene Technology Information Unit
This site contains information about genes and gene technology.
  The Heart an Online Exploration
Explore the heart online and find out how it ticks.
MendelWeb is an educational resource for teachers and students interested in the origins of classical genetics, introductory data analysis, elementary plant science, and the history and literature of science.
  MIT's Biology Hypertextbook
If you need a biology textbook online and have forgotten yours, then try using this one from MIT.
  Neuroscience for Kids
This is the place to go if you want to find out about the nervous system. Enjoy the activities and experiments on your way to learning more about the brain and spinal cord.
 General Science
  Ask a Biology Expert at Scientific American
If you've got a biology stumper then this is the place to lodge the question. Don't forget to check out the  archive site for other questions.
  Ask Jeeves for Kids
If you've got a pressing question that needs an answer then this place could help.
  Double Helix Club
Filled with great research material and simple experiments able to be safely completed at home.
The museum of science art and human perception has great hands-on science activities and online exhibitions investigating the science behind the ordinary subjects and experiences of people's lives. Want to find out about the  inside of a cow's eye? Then here is the place to go.
  Explore Science
Animated demonstrations and interactive activities explain scientific concepts and applications happening in our planet.
  The Lab
Within this site there is a plethora of great science information and reference material including  science news from Australia and around the world. Don't miss  Dr. Karl's Great Moments in Science for explanations about how skin color is determined, cloning and lots of other great moments in science.
  Mad Scientist Network
Scientists (who really aren't mad) from all over the world are here to answer your science questions. Search the archive of questions and answers and look at the  "mad labs".
The website of the most watched science program is filled with great science information. It contains video clips and additional facts about the broadcast shows. Look also at the  previous sites for more information.
  The Why Files
This site has lots of great scientific reference material about many science happenings. Also visit  Cool Science Images for amazing images.
  Yucky Stuff
The yuckiest site on the net has to be here. There are experiments and information including the facts on those wonderful creatures worms and cockroaches.
 Science Fair Projects
  Science Fair Central
Discovery Channel's science fair spot where you can uncover ideas for projects as well as information for a successful science fair project.
  Science Fair Resource Guide
Do you need to do a science fair project? This is a list of web sites providing the basic material to do just that.
  The Ultimate Science Fair Resource
Lots of ideas and advice for science fair projects.
  Merriam Webster Dictionary and Thesaurus
  The Encyclopedia Britannica Online
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