Sign Of Alien Life? Kepler Telescope Spots Strange Star
A distant star is getting a lot of attention from astronomers — possibly as a sign that alien life is out there. The star KIC 8462852 was discovered through Planet Hunters, a citizen science program a...
Medical websites
Health information on the Internet refers to all communication related to health done on the Internet.
As a general communication channel, various Internet products serve every type of general hea...
Sign Of Alien Life? Kepler Telescope Spots Strange Star
A distant star is getting a lot of attention from astronomers — possibly as a sign that alien life is out there. The star KIC 8462852 was discovered through Planet Hunters, a citizen science program a...
John C. Baez
John Carlos Baez (/ˈbaɪ.ɛz/; born June 12, 1961) is an American mathematical physicist and a professor of mathematics at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) in Riverside, California. He is k...
Zooborns
ZooBorns is a zoology news blog and book line that announces animal births at AZA, EAZA, CAZA, ZAA, and WAZA accredited zoos and aquariums. ZooBorns was founded in 2008 with the mission to "educate wh...
National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics
The National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM) is an institution set up in the wake of the Smith Report to improve mathematics teaching in England.It provides strategic lead...
SciVee
SciVee is a science video sharing website where researchers can upload, view and share science video clips and connect them to scientific literature, posters and slides. The SciVee website is partner...
DeSmogBlog
The DeSmogBlog, founded in January 2006, is a blog that focuses on topics related to global warming. The site describes itself as "the world's number one source for accurate, fact based information re...
TechnoSphere
TechnoSphere was an online digital environment launched on September 1, 1995 and hosted on a computer at a UK university. TechnoSphere, created by Jane Prophet and Gordon Kelly, was a place where use...
Faculty of 1000
Faculty of 1000 is a publisher of services for life scientists and clinical researchers.
Faculty of 1000 comprises three services:Additionally, F1000 also run:
RealAge
RealAge, Inc. is an American media corporation that provides health information to consumers. The company’s stated mission is to encourage consumers to maximize their health and wellness by making the...
Retraction Watch
Retraction Watch is a blog that reports on retractions of scientific papers. The blog was launched in August 2010 and is produced by science writers Ivan Oransky (Vice President and Global Editorial D...
INaturalist
iNaturalist is citizen science project and online social network of naturalists, citizen scientists, and biologists built on the concept of mapping and sharing observations of biodiversity across the ...
PhenX Toolkit
The PhenX Toolkit is a web-based catalog of high-priority measures related to complex diseases, phenotypic traits and environmental exposures. These measures were selected by working groups of experts...
List of biology websites
This is an annotated list of biological websites, including only notable websites dealing with biology generally and those with a more specific focus.
All-Russian Mathematical Portal
The All-Russian Mathematical Portal is a web portal that provides extensive access to all aspects of Russian mathematics, including journals, organizations, conferences, articles, videos, libraries, s...
Space.com
Space.com is a space and astronomy news website. Its stories are often syndicated to other media outlets, including CNN, MSNBC, Yahoo!, and USA Today.Space.com was founded by former CNN anchor Lou Dob...
Science and Development Network
SciDev.Net is a not-for-profit organisation that produces news, views and analysis on information about science and technology for global development. They primarily engage with development profession...
Pharyngula (blog)
Pharyngula is a blog founded by PZ Myers and written by Myers and formerly Chris Clarke, hosted on ScienceBlogs (2005-2011, in full, and 2011-present, in part) and FreeThoughtBlogs (2011–present). In ...