Welcome to Science 360!


From the Site Curator

Here you’ll find information on all the sciences, from the physical sciences — physics, chemistry and astronomy — to the social sciences and even mathematics.


We have a dynamic biology section that covers everything from cellular biology, microbiology, molecular biology to botany, marine biology and zoology. If you’re looking for information on the latest Nobel Prize winners or if you want to know something about the famous biologists such as Louis Pasteur or Charles Darwin you can find your information in the Scientists & Discoveries section.


Do you like to study the earth sciences? If so, we have a section for that, too! There you’ll learn about atmosphere and the weather, ecology and the environment as well as oceanography. In Geology & Geophysics, you’ll uncover articles on the geological sciences such as gemstone science, in addition to oil and gas explorations. You can even find out how coal turns into diamonds.


The Medical Science section is filled with important medical information that you can use as a layperson preparing for surgery, a nurse or doctor looking for useful medical information, or as a student interested in the medical sciences. Want to learn about the latest medical technologies or studies? This is the place for you.


In the Social Sciences section, you’ll find articles on everything from anthropology and archaeology to sociology and psychology. Are you into dinosaurs? If you are, come to the Paleontology section to find hundreds of articles about your favorite extinct species. The paleontology area offers also a wealth of information about early man such as Cro-Magnon and Neanderthal, all the tools they used, cave drawings as well as other ancient cultural and physical details.


If you are working on a school science project or you are just looking for information or knowledge in a particular science field, Sciences 360 can lead your way to that information!


Your Sciences 360 site curator,

Colette Georgii

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To learn more about Colette, visit the Sciences 360 Site Curator’s Page.

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