Archive: Science

Science Buddies

Science Buddies offers free educational resources and science project ideas for teachers, parents, and students. It is dedicated to increasing science literacy and making science fairs and science education fun and accessible to everyone.

Universe Today

It is a Blog highly focused on Space and Astronomy. A unique place for space-nerds who directly support the research, writing, podcasting, and videoifying of the Universe. Apart from news you will find posts on wide range of topic related to Astronomy.

The Scientist

The Scientist reports on the most exciting discoveries and innovative trends across the spectrum of life science research. It is the magazine for life science professionals, a publication dedicated to covering wide range of topics.

Science Mag

Published by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, in short AAAS. It's a voice for science & scientists everywhere. It fulfills its mission to advance science and serve society by communicating the value of science to the public.


ScienceAlert is an independently run news website that covers the most important developments in the world of science and scientific research, while sharing fun, interesting information. It aims to inspire, entertain, and educate everyone.

Mosaic Science

Mosaic tells stories about the science and about the changing world. Editorially independent, this magazine takes time to publish stories because they would thoroughly fact check and edit them first.

Knowable Magazine

This Magazine's coverage spans the life, physical, biomedical and social sciences, ensuring that the curious reader can delve into new and interesting topics. All posts are thoroughly researched and written in clear, approachable language.


Nautilus is a Science Magazine that focuses on essays, investigative reports, fictions. Each month they pick up a single topic and every Thursday they publish a new chapter on that topic from their blog.

Division by Zero

David Richeson is a Professor of Mathematics at Dickinson College. He's passionate about many areas of mathematics, but his research focuses on dynamical systems, topology, the history of mathematics, and recreational mathematics.

Tanya Khovanova

Tanya Khovanova is a Lecturer of Mathematics at MIT. Her research initially was in representation theory, integrable systems, quantum groups, and superstring theory. Currently she is interested in combinatorics and recreational mathematics.

Cal Newport

Calvin Newport is a computer science professor at Georgetown University who studies the theory of distributed systems. In addition to his academic work, he writes about the intersection of technology and culture.

Of Particular Significance

This site addresses various aspects of science, with a current focus on particle physics. It aims to serve the public, including those with no background knowledge of physics. This blog is run by Matt Strassler, a theoretical physicist.

Mind Hacks

Mind Hacks is an intriguing mix of neuroscience and psychology. It's published by neuroscientist Vaughan Bell and cognitive scientists Tom Stafford.

Institute of Physics Blog

The IOP is where physicists come together to share their knowledge, to solve problems, to drive themselves and their subject forward, and to celebrate and share their successes.

The Daily Galaxy

Launched in March 2007, The Daily Galaxy -Great Discoveries Channel is an eclectic text, audio, and video presentation of news and original insights on the discoveries, people, and events changing our knowledge of our planet and the universe.

Scientific American

Longest continuously published magazine in the U.S., has been bringing its readers unique insights about developments in science and technology for more than 170 years. In 1845, Rufus Porter founded the publication as a weekly broadsheet.


Discover Magazine delivers entertaining, relevant, and thought-provoking science content that feeds the mind and fuels the imagination. Aimed at the general public, covering topics ranging from global warming and black holes to Neanderthals and robots.


RealClimate is a commentary site on climate science by working climate scientists for the interested public and journalists. It aims to provide a quick response to developing stories and provide the context sometimes missing in mainstream commentary.

Live Science

This Blog site covers an wide range of topics. From tech, space to history and culture. This blog site promises to empower and inspire their readers with the tools needed to understand the world and appreciate its everyday awe.

Popular Science

Science, space and technology focused American magazine. A rich DIY section is there to teach you numerous tech hacks and outdoor stuff.