DOepatents - searchable database of patent information resulting from Department Of Energy-sponsored research and development
RestoreTheGulf.gov - a clearinghouse for information and resources related to the April 20, 2010 incident in the Gulf of Mexico involving the Transocean Deepwater Horizon drilling rig.
Additional information is also available through the Alabama Virtual Library.
Encyclopedia of Earth - a free, fully searchable online resource about the Earth, its natural environments, and their interaction with society. This is a wiki, with authorship and editing limited to approximately 1,400 scholars, educators and professionals from 60 countries. Information includes articles, books, reports and curriculum resources that are written in non-technical language and available in various media formats, which are accessible and useful to students, educators, professionals, and policy makers as well as the general public. This is a product of the National Council for Science and the Environment. (Some pages contain advertisements in sidebars)
GreenFILE - a bibliographic database of information about environmental concerns provided as a free service by EBSCO. Contents are primarily scholarly titles, as well as government documents and reports. Drawing on the connection between the environment and disciplines such as agriculture, education, law, health and technology. The database contains 295,000 records, of which 4,600 provide links to full-text articles from open access titles. (This resource is designed for searching, not browsing. Enter your search terms in the field at the top of the page.)
National Science Digital Library - primarily for teachers, this site provides resources and tools to support teaching and learning in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics all levels. Funded by the National Science Foundation.
EurekAlert! - an online, global news service focused on all areas of science, medicine and technology. It provides a central place through which universities, medical centers, journals, government agencies, corporations and other organizations engaged in research can bring their news to the media. (Operated by the AAAS, American Association for the Advancement of Science)