We think there is an incredible wealth of information available on S.T.E.M. topics. Below is a very brief listing of some of the sources that have inspired us and that we think are excellent. The list is inherently incomplete. Please feel free to email us your favourites and we'll be happy to add them below.
theodoregray.com/ (we think this is a wonderful place to start - for Apple users, see in particular the beautiful and very entertaining "The Elements" and "Molecules" Apps)
graysci.com (for the more advanced and adventurous)
unitednuclear.com (a U.S.-based scientific supply store run by the famous Bob Lazar. Remember the hit TV show the "X-Files"? You can thank Bob for that...)
mathforlove.com/blog/ an excellent blog we've followed for a long time. Makers of the multiple award-winning games "Prime Climb", and "Tiny Polka Dot".
sciencebuddies.org (includes some great Science Fair project ideas!)
stevespanglerscience.com (please see in particular the incredible list of ideas (500+) for experiments you can try at home)
tested.com (affiliated with Adam Savage of Mythbusters fame and others)
Cosmos Club - a new Canadian Youtube channel with some excellent science demonstrations (including a few of products that we carry)
And of course, no list could be complete without mention of a few wonderful Youtube videos (especially for those with an interest in Chemistry and fire ...)!