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Science Magazines & TV Programs Online

A&E Biography
Includes a searchable and browsable online collection of 15,000 cross-referenced biographies from the Cambridge Biographical Encyclopedia.
From the publishers of Dragonfly magazine. Information about science topics, such as ice, snow, and dinosaurs Children can also submit articles.
EXN: The Exploration Network (Discovery Channel)
Resources, games, and more relating to science, nature, technology, and adventure.
National Geographic
Read highlights from the current issue, search their archives for past articles and photographs, take part in special events and features, and take a look at a wide variety of maps. Also includes lesson plans and tips at how to integrate articles into the classroom.

Nature - International weekly journal of science

New Scientist - Last Word Science Questions and Answers
A question-and-answer site that tells you (among other things) why your stomach rumbles, why animals don't need to wear glasses or contacts, and how a "potato clock" works.
Newton's Apple
"Here are lessons from the teachers' guides developed for seasons 9 through 15. They are designed to accompany the television show and are also a rich stand-alone resource. "
OWLkids Online
On-line versions of Owl and Chickadee magazines. Stories, articles, activities.
Scientific American
Many of the magazines articles and interviews are available online
Science Friday Kids Connection
Science experiments and more brought to you by National Public Radio.