Science Resources: Guidance for Students and Teachers
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The world of modern science is fast moving, boundary pushing and sometimes just downright bizarre. These science news sites will help you keep up with the latest scientific discoveries and learn what could be in store for the future.
- Take note of whether a science journal is "peer-reviewed." Peer-reviewed journals are evaluated by experts in their fields to ensure credibility and accuracy. Articles in these journals are intended for readers who are very knowledgeable in the field of science, whereas articles in non-peer-reviewed journals are intended for the general public.
- Most of these sites, even if much of the content is accessible only to paying subscribers or members, offer a free e-newsletter so you can have the latest headlines delivered to your inbox.