Website of the Week: National Science Digital Library

Paul Zahl studies luminescent bacteria in petri dishes. Photo by Paul Zahl.



Doing science research? The National Science Digital Library is an online library which directs users to high-quality science, technology, engineering, and mathematics resources. Created in 2000 by the National Science Foundation, NSDL aggregates content from a variety of digital libraries and projects, including Internet Scout and AMSER. NSDL also provides access to services and tools that enhance the use of online resources in a variety of contexts. Browse a variety of collections including the Atomic Archive, the Earthquake Education Environment or the National Curve Bank.

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