Science & Technology
Covers a wide variety of applied science specialties, from acoustics and aeronautics, to neural networks, nuclear and civil engineering and more
Full text of more than 600 subject-specific encyclopedias, biographies, chronologies, and dictionaries — all from well-respected publishers
A platform that allows the user to search multiple EBSCO databases at once and retrieve a single set of results.
Provides access to information from magazines and books on many topics for elementary students
Provides access to information on many topics from magazines, newspapers, books, biographies, country reports, primary sources, video and more for high school students
Provides access to information on many topics from magazines, newspapers, books, biographies, country reports, primary sources, video and more for middle school students
Provides access to information from many sources on most topics for teen through adult public library patrons
Full-text articles from 120+ children’s magazines, reference sources and newspapers
Delivers up-to-date information on frequently studied topics in biology, chemistry, physics, math, and more
161,000 multimedia resources, including high-quality full-length videos, video clips, images, audio files, interactives, maps and science experiments.
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Contains articles, videos, and activities. Animals / Animales includes range maps for amphibians, animal behavior, dinosaurs, fish, mammals, and more. Science covers many topics such as weather, plants, simple machines, and technology.
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Comprehensive full-text database covering the major scientific fields of study: biology, chemistry, earth & space science, environmental science, health & medicine, history of science, life science, physics, science and society, science as inquiry, scientists, technology and wildlife
K-6 math eBook database
Explains biological concepts and explores related fields as well as the history of biological science. Discusses critical issues such as embryogenesis and commercial applications of research in biology and addresses ethical issues. Provides information on careers in biology. Contains sidebars, bibliographies, timelines, charts, a glossary, and individual and cumulative indexes.
This guide to North American bumble bees features color photographs, diagrams, range maps, and graphs of seasonal activity patterns. It identifies the 46 bumble bee species found north of Mexico and details their ecology and changing geographic distributions.
Provides information on the history of science through articles on the professional lives of scientists. All periods of science from classical antiquity to modern times are represented.
This set cover more than 300 of the most important scientific discoveries as defined by a board of scientists and historians. It aims to present an in-depth treatment of “curiosity-led science,” as well as directed research that led to important inventions and technologies. It will spark curiosity and engagement among readers, ranging from advanced high school students, to those in college and universities, as well as educated readers.
This academic, multi-author reference work serves as a general and non-technical resource for students and teachers to understand the importance of energy; to appreciate the influence of energy on societies around the world; to learn the history of energy; and to initiate educational discussion brought forth by the specific social and topical articles presented in the work.
Provides a wide variety of perspectives on both traditional and more recent views of Earth’s resources. It serves as a bridge connecting the domains of resource exploitation, environmentalism, geology, and biology, and it explains their interrelationships in terms that students and other non-specialists can understand.
A completely revised and updated version of the original work published in Germany in 1960, this edition incorporates recent developments in the animal world as noted by prominent advisors and contributors from the scientific community.
Covers evolution in detail and explores it from a scientific viewpoint. Includes comprehensive coverage of recent ideas and discoveries in the field of evolution.
This new supplement explores all aspects of extinctions and extinct life, featuring approximately 80 articles outlining major extinctions and related scientific areas. Entries are written by nationally renowned subject experts specializing in zoology, paleontology, and environmental science. Written for students and general researchers.
Biographies of over 120 individuals who had an innovative and influential impact on the development and evolution of the Internet, with an emphasis on Dot Com founders and leaders
Provides an overview of pandemics throughout history.
This guide presents profiles of more than one hundred and thirty of the world’s cat breeds, with information on the characteristics, origins, and behaviors of each type of cat, and includes expert advice on cat care, training, and behavioral problems.
Covers all major areas of science, engineering, technology, as well as mathematics and the medical and health sciences, while providing a comprehensive overview of current scientific knowledge and technology. Entries typically describe scientific concepts, provide overviews of scientific areas and, in some cases, define terms.
This book examines what makes certain foods better nutritionally that others and how various foods affect the human body, including the role they can play in disease and illness.
Highlights the theories, breakthroughs, and key thinkers that shaped the history of science in chronological order, exploring everything from ancient Greek geometry to quantum physics.
This field guide to the trees of eastern North America covers 825 species, including native and naturalized trees of the United States and Canada and as far west as the Great Plains.
Focuses on the physical and geological aspects, structure, and features of 48 of the earth’s landforms – what they are, how they look, how they were created, how they change over time, and major geological events associated with them.
Best of the Web
In addition to a plethora of experiments, the site has a category for Useful Science Websites, linking out to topical sites in multiple science fields. These resources are curated by Fizzics Education, an Australian company with more than a decade of experience with STEM outreach, programming, and events.
Dedicated to advancing the understanding and protection of the natural world, the Cornell Lab joins with people from all walks of life to make new scientific discoveries, share insights, and galvanize conservation action. See photos of birds and listen to the sounds they make. A great site for backyard birders.
In addition to (Historical and Natural History) Handbooks, the National Park Service has produced a number of “series” of titles that cover a range of subjects. The links below reflect some of the more popular series of publications (the contents of many are available online for your reading pleasure and more will be released in the future).