Science & Technology

NewScientist.com

A science and technology news website. Topics covered include medicine, disease, physics, biology, mathematics, psychology, anthropolgy, plants, animals, evolution, cloning, stem cells and more...

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WorldWideTelescope.org

Seemlessly explore the galaxy using your computer as a virtual telescope. See images that scientists at NASA use for their research. View the Earth from the same perspective as astronauts. Download required.

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Culture24.org.uk

Discover UK science museums, science centres, medical museums, dinosaur collections, astronomy centres and much more with Culture24's news, reviews, features and recommended websites. Find out what's on with our events, exhibition listings and resources direct from hundreds of science museums and venues.

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Webuser.co.uk

UK internet magazine featuring news, software and website reviews, funny websites, broadband price guide, technical help and forums.

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Nature.com

Based on the weekly scientific journal. This is a scholarly website that has news and information on the realm of scientific work and discovery.

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TheRobotReport.com

The Robot Report tracks innovation in robotics and provides a free database of links to robotics companies and educational facilities. If you're interested in anything robotic this site will keep you up-to-date, or at least point you in the right direction. If you're not already an avid robotics follower you'll probably be surprised to discover how widely they're used.

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BodyBrowser.GoogleLabs.com

Google Body is a detailed 3D model of the human body. You can peel back anatomical layers, zoom in, and navigate to parts that interest you. Click to identify anatomy, or search for muscles, organs, bones and more.

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Sciam.com

Science and technology coverage from the magazine Scientific American. Sections cover technology space and physics, health, mind, nature, biology, archaeology and paleontology.

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