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DIY Hands-on Fun

Science Buddies has over 1,150 science project ideas.

Science Bob's experiments use simple materials you have at home.

Make slimes, orbs, gels, crystals and more with the Kitchen Pantry Scientist.

At-Bristol wants you to try their experiments at home... from everyday baking to measuring pi. 

Participate in Real Research

Analyze data for Zooniverse's projects to help scientists create larger databases.

Love birds? Help ornithologists track bird populations through eBird and the Great Backyard Bird Count.

Demos To Try

Practice Makes Perfect

The Khan Academy has short videos in all STEM subjects. They help you find your starting level and reward you with points with each video you watch.

You can find 100,000 fun and short TED Lessons on every subject.   

Find answers to some common science questions on Reddit. Or ask your own!

Crash Course has very popular videos on chemistry, ecology, and biology. 

Veritasium has songs, experiments, and videos about a variety of STEM concepts.

Astronomy

Learn about galaxies and their classifications with Galaxy Zoo.

Physics

Minute Physics' YouTube channel uses animations to illustrate physics concepts and answer questions.

Biology

ASAP Science's videos look at health, senses, foods, moods, and more.

Brain Craft shows how our brains help us out... and sometimes fool us. 

Ecology

Chemistry

Reactions shows how chemistry affects our everyday lives.

 

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Curiosities

Science News

Science Alert has the latest science news from Australasia. 

Scientific American is a popular science news magazine. Their fact or fiction page looks at common myths.

National Geographic uses beautiful visuals to help us discover the world.

Women in Science

A Mighty Girl celebrates women in all fields and highlights books, movies, and toys that do the same.

Comics and Humour

Beatrice the Biologist finds humor everywhere, from our tiniest cells to the world's biggest living organisms!

The Awkward Yeti considers what the world would be like if your organs had minds of their own!

The Robots of MIT's Facebook page posts from their point of view.

Other

Brain Pickings, a general interest blog, sometimes celebrates scientific curiosity and pursuit. 

Brain Floss's videos address "Big Questions" and "Misconceptions". Interesting answers to questions you might never ask!

Mythbusters's videos tear apart everyday myths by using large-scale science experiments!

TED's 20-minute videos (and their blog) feature "Ideas Worth Spreading" in many fields. Discover how real-life problems are being solved through science. 

Participate in Real Research

Analyze data for Zooniverse's projects to help scientists create larger databases.

Love birds? Help ornithologists track bird populations through eBird and the Great Backyard Bird Count.