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Science, Technology and Society form an intertwined trio. These sites want to let people discover what science is about and how technology has changed our lives since it grew into our societies. Pages made by scientists to communicate Science in a non-technical way. From science stories to history of science, technology news, environment, cultural evolution. All that can contribute to understand the blessings and also the risks and responsibilities that come with a technologically advanced society.
 

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   Evolution Family Reader Preview Go
It is essential to survival on Earth that the basic principles of evolution be understood by all. First part is for families and should be understood easily by everybody. Second part is for parents, will need to be explained to children, and should be taken in the context from which it comes.
   KryssTal: The Brightest Stars Preview Go
As a starter: A listing of the 20 brightest stars in the sky. But also History of Astronomy. Astronomy vs. Astrology. The Universe. What can we speculate about extraterrestrial life?
   Tales of the Immortal Night Preview Go
Tales of the Immortal Night: the Greek Myths of the Constellations and Photographs of the Galaxies takes you on an odyssey of the night sky. Go outside tonight; pick a constellation. Using the seasonal star charts on this site, click through to its myth -- and take a tour of the Hubble Deep Space Telescope photographs. The night will never be the same to you again.


   Virtlab Preview Go
Interactive lessons and laboratory exercises for teachers and students in a simulated chemistry laboratory.
   The Frog Blog. Eco-Talk! Preview Go
FrogBook.com is a blog that discusses the latest news on the environment, wildlife, animal rights, and science in general; their political and social implications will be deconstructed and debated - hopefully with a degree of frog-humor. Post your comments!






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