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Science Print Page

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Gale Virtual Reference Library


Science Reference Databases

Access Science
This database is the online version of the Mc Graw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology.

Science in Context
Use Science in Context to locate reference articles, newspaper and magazine articles, multi-media resources.

Facts on File:  Science Online
Science Online is an excellent general science information resource.

Scitable concentrates on genetics and cell biology, which include the topics of evolution, gene expression, and the rich complexity of cellular processes shared by living organisms.


World Library of Science (UNESCO)
Offers quality Nature Education content in short eBooks and articles, serving a mission to equalize access to high quality resources for science education for all communities across the globe.



General reference encyclopedias are good beginning places for background information in science.
                              Britannica        Encyclopedia Britannica 
Excellent articles for background information on all topics.  Added content includes video clips, Merriam Webster Dictionary, World Atlas and other features.                                            
World Book

World Book
In addition to fine articles for beginning research, World Book includes a World Atlas, the Dictionary, a comprehensive E-book Collection, and modules on the environment and discoveries.


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