If you're fascinated by all things space and physics related, this page is for you. Part of the IFLS network.
A collection of minerals I have fallen for in my internet travels.
Public Radio Exchange (PRX) STEM Story Project
Here you’ll find pieces from the STEM Story Project for science, technology, engineering and math.
A world-renowned, playful learning laboratory of provocative exhibits and experiences that ignite curiosity and transform the way people learn. Science | Art | Perception
NPR's science blog and the world's largest terrestrial mustelid. Secrets of the universe, wonders of nature, and sweet GIFs.
matthen's Maths & Science
I post original stuff about maths, space, and other sciencey things that I like. My blog is meant to be accessible and interesting to people of all backgrounds.
Tools, processes, and instantiations of the growing open source hardware movement.
Auburn, Alabama, USA
Beautiful and interesting images, new articles and news from open access science and medicine journals published by Libertas Academica.
Auckland, New Zealand
Retro scientist illustrations, journal covers, beautiful figures, visualizations, and bizarre micrographs.
Toronto, ON, Canada
Stereoscopic 3D wiggle GIFs from Curiosity Rover (and other space vehicles) on the planet Mars.
Gale Crater, Mars
SciSpotlight: NYSCI News Digest
News and views from the New York Hall of Science: NYC's hands-on science museum.
New York City
Tornado Titans - Weather and Photography
A collection of people who love weather and documenting it with our cameras. Regional weather blog for the S. Plains.
Oklahoma City, OK
Gender and Science
This blog is mainly an exploration of gender related issues and fascinating people in STEM fields.
A blog for all the tiny things you see every day, but miss their beauty.
I S O M O R P H I S MeS
— see things differently.
Future of Science
An Institute For The Future project where we share our signals and forecasts of the biggest transformations shaping key science domains in the next 10 years.
Space photos, artworks, articles and other space related things from planetary exploration to manned spaceflights and astronomy.
Coma Niddy University
I'm Mike aka Coma Niddy. I'm a geek with lyrical skills. Teaching you science and making it rhyme at the same time.
Queens, New York
Maps on the Web
Cartography, news on maps, online maps, route planners from around the world, charts, graphs and informational graphics with maps.
It's Full of Stars
Chronicling our species' fascination with the universe.
Neurotic Thought is a compilation of papers and videos pertaining mainly to the science of consciousness and neuroscience.
Dark Energy Detectives
It's dark out there, and the mysteries of our expanding universe await discovery. We investigate this real cosmological phenomenon.
CTIO in La Serena, Chile
Science in a Can
One-paragraph articles explaining the universe.
Black Scientists and Inventors
A blog celebrating Black Scientists and Inventors.
Highlighting scientific breakthroughs published in the Science family of journals.
National Aquarium is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to inspire conservation of the world's aquatic treasures!
Baltimore, MD/Washington, DC
Leading online provider of video programs from conferences, summits, public forums, university debates & think tanks. Helping intelligent audiences get smart.
A Momentary Flow
Critically extracting pieces of wisdom, knowledge and wit. Rebuilding a world view, one world at a time.
Science @ Columbia
Science @ Columbia highlights the work of scientists and engineers at Columbia University: awards, events, bios, publications, and more!
New York, NY
scientist. science things (mostly).
Salt Lake City, UT
Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science. ~Edwin Powell Hubble.
Created in partnership with GE to offer an optimistic take on the future and humanity’s ability to tackle the great challenges of our era through industry, tech and ingenuity.
American Museum of Natural History
A look at science, nature, and culture at the Museum.
New York City
NPR Global Health
The world is making great strides at ending infectious diseases and poverty. We look at the science, technology and people driving this progress.
Stunning images of Mars from HiRISE, the high resolution camera onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (NASA).
Luminescent Labs is a team of explorers using science, technology, and art to understand, share, and protect nature’s living light.
The Biology Lair
Explorations in the scientific study of life and its processes - enter The Biology Lair!
History of Engineering and Technology
Historical photographs, diagrams, patents, advertisements and other interesting imagery from all disciplines of engineering.
Art & Science Journal
A student-run journal about the wonder that occurs when art collides with science, nature and technology.
Science news that explores the archaeology, anthropology, and paleontology of the American West. Science + History = Good Reading.
Charting the intersections of computational culture and molecular bio-machinery
Up to the minute, ever-flowing, insights into the nature of life in all its resilient, dynamic, and interconnected forms.
University of California Research
We post a range of stories relating to research conducted at the University of California.
Science & Food
Science & Food at UCLA. Promoting knowledge of science through food, and food through science.
Los Angeles, CA
Science & Fiction
About science fiction in movies, series, illustrations and books. Also pictures and infos about astronomy and space exploration.
Collecting as many videos as possible, that are of interest to science minded people, skeptics, freethinkers & others.
Materials science and engineering stories, pictures and blogs from the team at Materials World magazine
Microbiology tidbits from an MLT (medical laboratory technologist) working in clinical microbiology.
The Watch Glass
Exploring chemistry’s quirky history through the 90-year archives of Chemical & Engineering News.
Fuck Yeah Fluid Dynamics
Celebrating the physics of all that flows.
This blog documents adventures of Michigan Engineering students, faculty and staff on campus and around the world. Go Blue!
Ann Arbor, MI
Super Collider Blog
Travis LeRoy Southworth, Switzerland Artist in Residence. An art project exploring particle physics at the Large Hadron Collider.
Gardening meets science meets adventure in this supercharged account of plants and plant experiments.
Out of Context Science
Good science, quoted without context, leaving something that's sometimes hilarious, sometimes strange, and hopefully, completely absurd.
Women in science
A blog for women in the sciences to share their research interests and experiences with the Tumblr world.
St. John's, NL, Canada
Math is Beautiful.
CHINESE INSECTS AND SPIDERS - amateur entomological macrophotography of an Australian living in China.
SCIENCE SOURCE IMAGES
A library of Science, Medical & Nature stock photos, illustrations & video for creative professionals in advertising and publishing.
New York City
Illustrations from classic scientific works to the latest publications.
West Midlands, UK
Tomorrow is Today
Brains, Biotechnology, Cyborgs, Drones, Nanoengineering - You Know, That Kind of Stuff
Body of Microbes
Our interaction with the microbes that make us who we are
University of Oregon
A blog dedicated to mathematics. 3.1415926535897932384626 43383279502884197169399 37510582097494459230781...
St. Paul, MN
Engineering is Awesome
A blog dedicated to engineering related information.
It's Okay To Be Smart
There's so much amazing science out there. Let's explore it together. I'll be your guide, and we'll learn something along the way.
Radiolab is a show about curiosity from WNYC. Hosted by Jad Abumrad & Robert Krulwich, Radiolab tackles big ideas with vivid storytelling and state-of-the-art sound design.
Kids Need Science!
A new Science, technology, engineering or math word defined and explained with etymologies every day. What could be better than that!?
A nano-physics double act. A theoretical physicist now working with graphene and an astronomer now in medical physics. So much science!
Science Is Beauty
Science is everywhere, beauty appears in few places, let's go to the intersection. A scanning of the beauty on scientific pictures and concepts.
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