Besides skeptical refutations of pseudoscience, Debunking Denialism also feature a collection of free, high-quality science resources. This feature seven main areas: biology, chemistry, psychology, earth sciences, physics, scientific computing and mathematics. There is also a seventh collection with miscellaneous resources that includes law, critical thinking, history, sociology, philosophy and so on.
Resource types are primarily textbooks, video lectures, lecture notes, papers, tutorials and websites. Clicking on each section below takes you to a feed with all resources in that category.
For a full list of all science resources published in this section, check out the knowledge library.
Biology is the science of life. Resources in this section deal with topics such as general biology, biotechnology, behavioral biology, immunology, neuroscience, evolution, evolution, medicine, molecular biology, genetics and genomics and ecology.
Chemistry is the science of atoms and molecules and their interactions. This covers areas such as general chemistry, environmental chemistry, physical chemistry, organic chemistry, solid state chemistry and many others.
Psychology is the science of mind and behavior. This includes topics such as biological psychology, clinical psychology, social psychology, cognitive psychology, forensic psychology and many others.
Earth science focuses on all different aspects of our plant, including how we know the age of the earth, different kinds of rocks and how they are formed as well as current concerns over human activity causing global warming. This collection focuses heavily on geology and climate science.
Physics is the science of matter, motion and interactions on the most fundamental level. Areas include general physics, classical mechanics, electromagnetism, particle physics, quantum mechanics, plasma physics, special and general relativity, astronomy, astrophysics, and cosmology.
Scientific computing focuses on advanced computer analysis of research data. This area focuses on coding for scientific applications, different useful programming languages, cyber security to keep data safe and problem sets to practice your skills.
Mathematics is the language of science and a critical tool for precisely describing scientific relationships involving quantities, rates of change and invariances. Areas include general math, calculus, linear algebra, statistics and so on.
Crucial research skills involve activities such as evaluating papers, giving good talks as well as selecting and organizing research projects.