Antenna: Science News by the Science Museum
A constantly updated series of exhibitions devoted to science news, including breaking stories provided by the BBC.
Is science driving you bananas? SciberMonkey collects all the best web sites and gives you the pick of the bunch to go ape about science.
Plenty of thought-provoking science activities and information for pupils of all ages.
Armed with only basic tools, this site puts some of the film industry’s most famous science-related sequences to the test by recreating them.
Aims to help us see insects for the miniature marvels they really are.
The Shape of Life
Follow the dramatic rise of the animal kingdom, from the first known living animal to the creatures we’ve evolved into today.
A number of interactive science and engineering activities covering light, sound, forces and motion, electricity and the Earth.
Sci Files: Inspirational Welsh Scientists
Did you know that the world’s largest experiment is run by a Welshman? From space exploration to radar, discover how Welsh scientists have changed the world.
Secret Worlds – The Universe Within
This web site allows you to zoom in from space towards the earth and moves to the subatomic universe of electrons and protons!
This web site is intended as a developing resource for biology teachers. Contains a number of applications and downloadable Flash animations.
A creative and fun approach to science teaching and learning to help teachers inspire their students and engage more young people in science.
A Science Oddysey
A journey through the most spectacular 100 years in the history of science and technology, and how our understanding has grown from 1900 to the present day.
Intimate Strangers: Unseen Life on Earth
Microbes are everywhere, but we can’t see them. They make us sick, but we can’t live without them. Microbes are an integral ingredient in the planet’s ecosystem yet we understand so little about them.
A journey into where we’re from and where we’re going.
GCSE, A Level and AS Level revision for a range of subjects, including Chemistry, Physics and Biology
Wavelength Educational Resources
Resources, worksheets and interactive materials for science at Key Stages 2, 3 and 4, created by the author of the Eureka series of books.
Interactive Whiteboard Resources
Suitable for Biology, Chemistry and Physics at Key Stages 3 and 4, they are in ACTIVstudio 2 format.
Football Distance Time Graph
Watch the football videos and answer the questions to help interpret the story of a distance/time graph.
A number of interactive science modules, including a downloadable materials database for use in Microsoft Access or Excel. Worksheets are also available to accompany the database.
Ology means “the study of” and here you can study and explore many cool Ologies thanks to the American Museum of Natural History.
An online resource providing project ideas for year groups including teacher notes, animations and online pupil activities.
Raising awareness of the wide and wonderful world of subjects and careers that are underpinned by science and technology.
Walking with Beasts
Companion web site of the popular BBC series and home to some of the most amazing animals ever to have roamed the earth.
Walking with Dinosaurs
The dinosaurs roam the Earth once more thanks to cutting-edge animation and animatronics from the BBC. Packed with detail on the prehistoric beasts and their world, the site includes video clips of all the dinosaurs featured in the BBC series. Monstrously good.
Evidence – The True Witness
In-depth information on the fields of forensic science. Take a tour of the site or put your knowledge to the test in the role of a detective by analysing evidence you find.
Fifty Years from Trinity
“I am become death, the shatterer of worlds”. Oppenheimer’s atom bomb changed the world forever and here you can discover the history, impact and future of atomic weapons and nuclear power.
The complete Encyclopedia Britannica, plus related magazines, books and links to the world’s best Web sites.
Science a GoGo
“Science with knobs on” (it says here ….) Science a GoGo delivers science news in a readable and exciting format and also features forums for lively discussion.
The Why Files
In-depth explorations of the science behind the headlines, updated weekly.
Lots of ideas and things to do both in the classroom and out.
Interactive science activities.
The UK’s leading Science Discovery centre.
Information and links about controlled, powered flight.
Downloadable worksheets and links to other sites.
New Scientist Magazine
Online version of the magazine.
World Of Insects
What are they and why do they bite?
The Electronic Zoo
Information on animals and how to care for your pets.
A look at all things (extremely) small