Science Library - free educational site

Science Library.info

Welcome to ScienceLibrary.info! We love science and mathematics, and believe that fun and learning do not live at different addresses.

This is a free website, created by science teachers, and website professionals, for the purpose of celebrating humankind's greatest invention: SCIENCE!

The site is for everyone: students, teachers, university wannabe nerds and the general public. It is packed full of articles for every age group, and every level of science learning.

We also have a website dedicated to renewable energy news, statistics and developments: Renewable-Media.com.

If you have any problems using the tools, or have suggestions, or would like to contribute something, we would love to hear from you.

Enjoy your visit to ScienceLibrary.info!

Andrew Bone, editor

Latest Item on Science Library:

The most recent article is:

Trigonometry

View this item in the topic:

Vectors and Trigonometry

and many more articles in the subject:

Subject of the Week

Computing

Information Technology, Computer Science, website design, database management, robotics, new technology, internet and much more. JavaScript, PHP, HTML, CSS, Python, ... Have fun while learning to make your own websites with ScienceLibrary.info.

Computer Science

Great Scientists

Pierre-Simon Laplace

1749 - 1827

Pierre-Simon de Laplace was a French aristocrat who narrowly escaped the guillotine during the French Revolution. He was the mathematics tutor then friend of Napoleon Bonaparte at the École Militaire in Paris, and briefly became his Minister of the Interior in 1800.

Pierre-Simon de Laplace
Transalpine traduzioni

Quote of the day...

While not actually disgruntled, he was far from being gruntled

ZumGuy Internet Promotions

Vitruvian Boy