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Here's a set of cool links from ultra cool science teachers and science companies:

Cool links:

  •  [Beakman] Beakman's World - The new internet home of Beakman's World science tv show (now in syndication).
  • Bonus.com's Beakman and Jax - Another Beakman site.
  • Amusement Park Physics - information about what happens when you design a roller coaster and more.
  • The Antlion Pit - collection of resources including videos of antlion feeding behavior and metamorphosis.
  • Bad Astronomy - information about astronomy and righting some wrong ideas.
  • Bizarre Stuff - cool stuff you can make in your kitchen.
  • Bug Bios - explores how insects affect all facets of the humanities, and promotes insect appreciation.
  • Cool Science - The Howard Hughes Medical Institute invites curious kids to explore biology.
  • San Francisco Exploratorium Science Sites - the Exploratorium's favorite science sites.
  • Exploratorium's Frogs - the Exploratorium's all-about-frogs site.
  • How Stuff Works - explores the workings of devices from cell phones to refrigerators, and explains the principles behind things such as helium and pi.
  • Lizards! - all about lizards from the Discovery Channel.
  • Daily Math - explore how math can help you in your daily life, and look at the language of numbers through common situations, such as playing games or cooking.
  • National Geographic for Kids - the kids part of what National Geographic magazine offers.
  • Planet Diary - all about what's happening with our planet.
  • Sandlot Science - all kinds of science phenomena and simple explanations.
  • Hockey Science - why ice is slippery and what else.
  • Snow Crystal Science - all about snowflakes and ice crystals.
  • Science a Go-Go - current cool things in science.
  • Stephen Hawking's Universe - explores such questions as,'where do we come from? How did the universe begin? Why is the universe the way it is? How will it end?'
  • The Yuckiest Site - explore the living sciences of entomology, earth science, and human biology through roaches, earthworms, and the mysterious human body.
  • Scientific American - the official site of Scientific American magazine.

Companies that have science stuff or things like that:

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Last Modified: October 9, 2002