Astrophysics * Chemistry * Computer Science * Energy, Earth Sciences and Environment
* Engineering * Life Sciences, Health and Medicine * Materials Science * Mathematics
and Statistics * Physics * Social Sciences
The Media Resources page contains a number of Science Writers' Guides.
Media Alerts Archive contains press releases from a number of institutions.
They also provide data and images on atmosphere, oceans, land, life on earth,
heat & energy.
"PSD's scientific goal is to provide the observation, analysis, and diagnosis
of weather and climate physical processes necessary to increase understanding
of Earth's physical environment, including the atmosphere, ocean, cryosphere,
and land, and to enable improved weather and climate predictions on global-to-local
"This site has been developed as a project of The GW Green University
Initiative, a unique public-private partnership between The U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency and The George Washington University." Not kept current
but you can often find the site once you have the title.
American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) -- an average of
20 news releases a day on the "latest research advances in science, medicine,
health, and technology." Also, extensive links to research organizations,
science publications and links to scientific dictionaries and glossaries.
Don't let the graphics
and consumer approach fool you, this site is an excellent onramp for health
news and information. Sources include: "U.S. government agencies - National
voluntary, nonprofit, and professional organizations serving the public interest
- Universities, other educational institutions, and libraries - State and
local government agencies offering information services beyond their geographic
boundaries - Organizations partnering with government agencies to provide
information to the public."
Bruce Garrison of Miami
University has put together this remedial tutorial on: Vocabulary - Doing
Percent Change - Figuring Averages - Rates - Ratios. Unfortunately he output
PowerPoint slides to large, slow loading gif files instead of simply typing
the information out on a page. But if you're desperate for the information
it might be worth the wait.
"The largest organization devoted to the professional interests of
science writers, the National Association of Science Writers fosters "the
dissemination of accurate information regarding science through all media
normally devoted to informing the public."
Connects journalists with the latest news and key experts
from the most respected research institutions in Asia. ResearchSEA has 6 research
news themes: Medicine, Science, Technology,
Business, Culture and People.
Social Science Research
Network (SSRN) is devoted to the rapid worldwide dissemination of social science
research and is composed of a number of specialized research networks in each
of the social sciences. Categories:Accounting, Economics, Financial Economics,
Latin American, Legal Scholarship, and Litigation Support Network.
"Tropical Dynamics and Climate research focuses on an improved understanding
of tropical circulation systems and their impact on global climate. Wind
profilers developed within the Aeronomy Laboratory provide continuous observations
of atmospheric winds in the tropical Pacific. They provide important observations
of large-scale tropical circulations and their intra-seasonal, seasonal and
interannual variability. They also yield important information about precipitating