Here are my top science websites for learning. Courses, activities, videos, etc. All free resources.
- MIT Open Courseware: MIT course materials that reflects almost all the undergraduate and graduate subjects
- Khan Academy: selection of teaching materials, videos and activities covering mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology and history.
- Wolfram Demonstrations Project: Mathematics, Physical and Life Sciences, computation and engineering. High School and above.
- Brain Pop: trusted source covering all core school subjects. For children 5-8.
- Science Aid: Variety of topics in core subject aimed at middle school.
- Splung: middle school/high school physics lessons.
- Britney Spears’ Guide to Semiconductor Physics: a full guide to semicondcutor physics
- Institute of Physics: events, publications, activities, jobs etc.
- APS Physics: technically not a study area. A website to connect with like-minded individuals and find careers within areas of physics, engineering and mathematics.
- Khan Academy: the best source to learn anything and everything about mathematics.
- Symolab: offers a variety of mathematical calculators, as well as lessons
- Math is fun: a collection of activities and math games for children.
- Mathway – Algebra solver: it has a selection of topics to learn as well as very good Algebra solvers.
- Geology.com: a website dedicated to learning everything about geology: diamonds, earthquakes, landslides, meteorites, oceanography, fossils, gemstones, etc.
Videos and Podcasts
- SciShow: Youtube short videos explaining a variety of scientific concepts.
- UC San Diego Podcast Lectures: Podcasts are taken down at the end of every quarter (10 weeks Fall-Spring and 5 weeks in the summer). If you’re enjoying a podcast, be sure to subscribe and download the lectures. Once the podcast has been taken offline, faculty rarely approve their reposting.