Contextual information on hundreds of today's most significant science topics and showcase scientific disciplines that relate to real-world issues.
Gale In Context: Science draws students into the subject matter by integrating pure information with today’s headlines and videos – showing how scientific disciplines relate to real-world issues, from weather patterns to obesity. For practical experience, more than 200 experiments and projects are included, ranging from simple to complex.
- Gale reference content including (but not limited to) the Gale Encyclopaedia of Science, World of Anatomy and Physiology, Earth Sciences for Students, The Macmillan Science Library
- More than 200 experiments and projects, ranging from very simple to complex, including exclusive experiments from U*X*L Experiment Central
- News and multimedia, including videos, podcasts, streaming audio, and easy-to-search image galleries
- Full-text articles from national and global newspapers, magazines, and journals
From earth science and life science, to space, technology, mathematics and science history, this is an easy-to-use resource for students, researchers and general users. Science in Context also aims to combine scientific information with media reports to show how scientific disciplines relate to real-world issues.
Integration with Google and Microsoft
Gale Cengage has integrated this eResource with Google and Microsoft. At the top of each page there is an option to sign in. If you have an account for Google you can save Gale content as Google docs into Google Drive or Google Classroom accounts. If you have a Microsoft account you can store, sync and share downloaded Gale content to your OneDrive account and easily transfer downloaded OneDrive content for use in other Microsoft tools like OneNote and Classroom.