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Popular Science News Resources
The award-winning daily news site of the journal Science.
Nature News & Comment
Latest science news and analysis from one of the world's leading research journals.
The latest health and science news. Updates on medicine, healthy living, nutrition, drugs, diet, and advances in science and technology.
BBC News Science & Environment
Breaking news, analysis, and debate on science and nature in the UK and around the world.
Wired | Science
In-depth science coverage including news, the latest research and discoveries, and how technology is shaping the world of science.
New York Times | Science
The latest developments on science topics such as space, the environment, animal behavior, the brain, genetics, archeology and robots.
The Guardian | Science
The latest news, comment, and analysis on science topics.
Learn about recent science discoveries made possible with funding from the National Science Foundation.
A weekly science magazine that covers current developments, news, reviews and commentary on science and technology.
A magazine featuring the latest developments in life science research, technology, news, business, and careers.
A magazine featuring the latest news across scientific disciplines.
Tip: Getting Free Newspaper Articles
Some newspapers, like the New York Times, charge for their content or only allow readers to access a limited number of articles for free per month.
You can access New York Times articles and other newspaper content for free through the ProQuest database on our library website.
For example, I've found a news article on marmot behavior on the New York Times website that I want to read but when I click on the title, it tells me that I need to pay for a subscription.
I can access the most popular newspapers via ProQuest by clicking on the Journals and Newspapers links on the library homepage.
I can then search for the article of interest in ProQuest.
ProQuest will allow me to read the article as full-text or download a copy for free as a PDF.