— RSS (which stands for Really Simple Syndication) is an easy way for you to keep updated automatically on websites you like. Instead of you having to go to websites to see if they have written a new article or feature, you can use RSS to get them to tell you every time they have something new.

To use RSS you need to get hold of a program called a News Reader. This displays RSS information feeds from your chosen websites on your computer. There are a range of different News Readers available.

News Readers (Google)
Where am I? > Home > RSS feeds

RSS feeds

Science Centric offers several RSS feeds for the News section. Find and copy the link you want [any button that says RSS below!] and then follow the instructions for your particular News Reader in order to add this RSS feed to your RSS list. If you would like to incorporate Science Centric's RSS feeds into your site or blog it is absolutely free for non-commercial ones.

 — All news
 — Physics
 — Chemistry
 — Geology and palaeontology
 — Biology
 — Environment
 — Astronomy
 — Health
 — Technology
 — Travel
 — Art and style
 — Entertainment
All feeds [OPML format]

Additionally, Mac users can download our Dashboard Widget (for Mac OS X 10.4; 10.5 Leopard compatible) — [file size: 80 K, screenshot below].
Science Centric's Dashboard Widget
Also iGoogle users can add Science Centric's News gadget to their pages.