|National Science Digital Library
A collection of web sites and online resources that have been analyzed for content. The site is intended for students, teachers, and librarians from elementary through college. This is a free resource funded by the National Science Foundation.
|Science in Context*|
|US Patent Search
Use Google's interface to search & retrieve the full-text & drawings of seven-million-odd US patents from the 1790s to mid 2006.
|USA.gov for Science
This website searches over 38 databases and 1,950 selected websites, offering 200 million pages of authoritative U.S. government science development results.
|Integrated Taxonomic Information System
Searchable database on species names & their scientific classification; search by common or Latin name.
Interactive Periodic Table of Elements.
|What's That Stuff?
Find chemistry behind everyday products.
|Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory|
|Great Lakes Information Network|
|Real-Time Water Data
From the US Geological Survey.
|Space Telescope Science Institute|
|Water Resources of the US|
|Internet Mathematics Library|
What equals what?
|Units of Measurement Dictionary|
Use this site to calculate and create comparisons for many subjects. The subject index can be found by clicking on Examples next to the home page search box.
|World of Mathematics
Indexed by subject.
|Fear of Physics
Get visual explanations of the laws of physics.
|How Things Work
How things work from the Internet Public Library.
|*Denotes premium source may be used from anywhere with your Southfield Library Card.|