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ScienceBlog

Scienceblog.org is our own portal for students and teachers. It brings all our latest articles, free images, newsfeeds, downloads, multimedia resources, and weblinks relevant for the study of  21st Century Science. This site is o­ne of  number of complementary websites we have developed for science education. All developed using wonderful Open Source software!

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Dr.Overy's SciGallery

Topic: Science education

The new items published under this topic are as follows.

Science Knowledge Base now open

Dr.Overy's Knowledge Base with an emphasis on Science and Global matters is now open


Dr.Overy's Knowledge Base (KBase) is now open at

Globalmatters.org

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Public Library of Science (PLoS)

PLoS is a nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world's scientific and medical literature a freely available public resource.

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Intelligent Design versus Evolution?

Is there a place for Intelligent Design in a school Science Curriculum?  We are investigating this, using Science (as we know it!).  A Science Week 2006 Project.

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The cost of the new KS4 science courses.....

Many schools will be searching for money to set up the new GCSE courses for September 2006. This website is designed to save you money.......

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