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The best physics sites of 2010

Since leaving school I have left science far, far, behind and beyond (into the realms of space) and have put all of my energy and attention into my studies of the media, english language and drama. However, whilst browsing the web today, I starting burning a new flame (love) for physics.

The physics.org web awards 2010 awards the best physics websites available to readers on the internet. The websites were awarded in different categories ranging from best blog to best podcast. The awards were nominated by the general public and a panel of judges. Each website uses unique angles and perspectives to explain and create excitement about physics (accessible for all).

Have a look at the winners list to explore the different winning websites. These are my three top favourite from the winners:

  • Pop Sci – this online magazine discusses five distinct areas: gadgets, cars, science technology and DIY. It is easily accessible and has interesting articles. An article that caught my attention today was a virtual nightclub being sold for just over half a million dollars? Really, I hear you say. Yes.
  • New Scientist – a website offering questions and answers about everyday science. This website has everything and anything you could want to know.
  • S-cool revision – if you need to brush up on your GCSE and A-level science this website is ideal. It may come in handy if your children need help with homework or coursework. Be the well-informed scientist (parent) you have always wanted to be!
  1. emmaeagle
    December 4, 2010 at 5:32 PM

    Thanks for these interesting sites.

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