Biology Lite on the Web

Interesting Science Sites on the Internet

Last revised October 1, 2007

Here's a list of some of my favorite sites. Of course, it's heavy on the science, and particularly on the biology side of things, but there are a few other goodies mixed in for leavening. You can get to these sites either by typing in the URL in the location line, or by clicking on the hot links. If the link doesn't seem to work, try typing the URL yourself, since I may have made an error in the link instructions.

Just to practice, try this address:

And here are a couple of the most commonly used search tools:

Yahoo is one of the best:
Google is an excellent broad sweep search engine:

Here are some Gateway sites that take you to a lot of different places.

University of California Museum of Paleontology (UCMP):
Access Excellence:
Evolution on the Web for Biology Students:

These are some of the good biology sites I've found:

The Unofficial Stephen Jay Gould Archive:
The Biology Project (developed at the University of Arizona):
The Scientific Method: http://
The Yuckiest Site on the Internet:
The Archive:
Kitzmiller vs Dover Area School District:
Darwin-Wallace 1858 Evolution Paper:
Genetics Education Center:
Genomics and Its Impact on Medicine and Society:
Cells Alive:
Phylogenetic Systematics:
Biodiversity and Biological Collections:
The Cheetah Spot:
Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institution:
Yosemite on the Web:
Park Net (National Park Service):
Clone World (created by high school students in Japan):
The Tree of Life:

Here are a few other science sites:

NASA Home Page:
Volcano World:
The Aurora Page:
Hubble Space Telescope News Center:
Scientific American http://

Most museums and many other public institutions also have on line sites:

Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum at the Chicago Academy of Sciences:
Museum of Science and Industry:
Adler Planetarium:
San Francisco Exploratorium ExploraNet:
Carnegie Institution of Washington:
Field Museum of Natural History:
The Morton Arboretum, Canada:

Return to Lynn's Page