This page contains links to a few sites recommended by SIRC.

Worthwhile Links

Sense About ScienceSense About Science works with and through existing organisations, experts and opinion formers, to ensure an effective strategy for promoting an evidence-based approach in current controversies.

Bad Science"If you are a purveyor of bad science, be afraid. If you are on the side, of light and good, be vigilant: and for the love of Karl Popper, email me every last instance you find of this evil." Ben Goldacre's excellent weekly column in the Guardian, Bad Science

Headliners Headliners Headliners is a UK-wide news agency producing news, features and comment by young people for everyone (formerly Children's Express)

Harper's MagazineThe emphasis at Harper's Magazine is on fine writing and original thought, and in its acclaimed essays, fiction, and reporting, Harper's continues to explore the issues and ideas in politics, science, and the arts that drive our national conversation.

Spiked! Spiked is a website for those who want to see some change in the real world as well as the virtual one.

utne reader Utne Reader – the place in cyberspace where ideas and community interact.

The Philosopher's MagazineThe Philosopher's Magazine – philosophy as fun! An interesting section on science.

Philosophy Now Philosophy Now – the news-stand magazine of ideas.

Prospect Magazine Prospect Magazine – "Europe's outstanding political and cultural monthly."

HealthWatch Health Watch Enhancing informed choice
through reliable information.

Arts and Letters DailyPrecious nuggets of real content are there to be found on the web, and it's the mission of Arts & Letters Daily to extract them. Naturally, they include some of our pages.

SciTech DailySciTech Daily Review – intelligent, informed science and technology coverage.

Statistical Assessment Service Statistical Assessment Service (STATS) – a nonpartisan research organization in Washington, D.C. devoted to the accurate use of scientific and quantitative information in public policy debate.