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Science news sites
News from the general science magazine, including a small blog network.
Science news website with a large social media presence.
Science news from the publisher of the journal Nature. Includes blogs, podcasts, videos, etc.
Website of the British science weekly news magazine.
News from all science disciplines. Articles are mostly re-prints of press releases from universities and research organizations.
Science news and reports from AAAS
, the publishers of the journal Science
The magazine of the Society for Science and the Public. News stories, blogs, science news for K12 students, and more
The website for the general science magazine, including an extensive blog network.
General news sites with good science content
Ars Technica Science
Science news from one of the most popular technology news sites.
British newspaper with excellent science reporting plus a blog network.
Science, geography, anthropology, and travel website. Includes videos and educational materials.
New York Times Science Section
High quality science news. A print section of science news is published each Tuesday.
Science, geography, anthropology, and history related content from the Smithsonian Institution.
In addition to technology news and views, Wired has a decent section of science news.
Science blog networks
Diverse perspectives on science and medicine. Associated with the open access publisher the Public Library of Science.
American Geophysical Union Blogosphere
Blogs related to geology, geophysics, climate, weather, and more.
Science blogs across all disciplines. Associated with Nature.
A collection of 70+ blogs by scientists and researchers in a variety of scientific disciplines. Several blogs deal primarily with evolution, the most prominant is the blog Pharyngula
by the outspoken researcher and biologist PZ Meyers.