Here you will find links to textbooks that could fit into an introductory science class, professional science societies, government agencies committed to scientific research, and other organizations committed to increasing the diversity of scientists. This page is continually updated and modified to bring you the best resources. If you think we're missing something and want to make a suggestion send us an email below!
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is a federal science agency of the United States and is responsible for gathering data on the climate, weather, oceans, coasts, and marine ecosystems. Their resource collection gives you a variety of information on these topics.
The United States Geological Survey is federal science agency that is responsible for collecting data on the Earth. This includes natural disasters, water, energy, minerals, and biological systems. Their resource library includes topics from palaeontology to volcanoes to birds. This a great resource to learn about the natural world.
BlackPast.org is an online reference that centralizes materials on the history of African Americans in one place. From speech transcripts to primary text and documents, BlackPast gives you a wealth of information. This link takes you to their STEM features where they've categorized scientists by fields.
The National Science Foundation is the main funding agency for scientific research in the United States. NSF seeks to promote the progress of science, advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare. This link provides additional links to scientific concepts that span chemistry, astronomy, technology, and culture.