Links to State and National Science Resources

Instructors will find free lesson plans, newsletters and professional developmental.

Students will find fun, learning activities and information for project and reports.


National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), established in 1944 promotes “excellence and innovation in science teachers and learning for all”.


SciLinks website sponsored by NSTA with instructor and student interaction sites.


National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)




Windows to the Universe, now in Spanish


Pre-Engineering Times Newsletter by Junior Engineering Technical Society and the Engineering Education Service Center


“Reading for Fun of It: African American Inventors, Scientists, and Mathematicians” by the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse,1819,172,00.shtm


Astronomical Society of the Pacific provides insight to astrology questions


National Human Genome Research Institute invites teachers and student to celebrate National DNA Day


United States Geological Survey


USGS Earthquake Hazards Program


Institute for Crustal Studies: Understanding Earthquakes


National Geographic Society and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office of Ocean Exploration


Project Learning Tree (PTL) is the multi-disciplinary environmental education program of the American Forest Foundation.