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Additional Science Resources

A catalog of science resources that can support your quest to learn and do science

Science Training Programs Directory:

Since 1999, SSP has provided its Science Training Programs Directory for Teachers and Students (STP) as a comprehensive catalog of science, mathematics and engineering enrichment programs for pre-college students and teachers. Updated annually, it is a searchable catalog that provides a short description of programs and contact information.

Just Getting Started?

Begin with some of these sites designed for the beginning researcher.  We also encourage you to read through our series on Great Science Projects.
  • Internet Public Library Science Fair Project Guide - A resource guide providing a variety of excellent web resources.
  • Mosaic - An online archive of articles published in the The National Science Foundation's flagship magazine from 1970 to 1992. A background resource for students, teachers, and others in need of a reliable reference for current research.  
  • Science Buddies - A non-profit organization providing science fair ideas, resources, answers, and tools. Including a Science Fair Project Guide  and an Ask an Expert online bulletin board, staffed by volunteer scientists and top high school students.

Additional interesting science-focused educational resources:

  • The Archimedes Initiative - An effort formed to promote science literacy and increase the number of scientists and engineers in the United States.
  • The National Science Digital Library - An online library for those interested in education and research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
  • USA Science & Engineering Festival - SSP is proud to have been an Official Partner of the inaugural USA Science & Engineering Festival held in Washington, D.C. in 2010 and the most recent Festival in 2012 where over 150,000 attended.

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