If you are looking for a beautiful website or application idea, you are at the right place. Here, you can discover the best apps and websites to inspire you every week.
Abakcus is the collection of perfect tools about mathematics and science.
Theories of Everything
Explore the deepest mysteries at the frontier of fundamental physics, and the most promising ideas put forth to solve them.
It is an educational website that aims to teach the fundamental concepts of statistics through the use of interactive visualizations.
The Swiss designer Dennys Hess has a huge passion for cartography. He believes that maps are some of the most inspiring things in this world.
Brilliant.org is the best place on Earth to learn math and science. The app helps you master concepts by solving fun, challenging problems.
Calculus Made Easy
Calculus Made Easy is a book on calculus originally published in 1910 by Silvanus P. Thompson, considered a classic and elegant introduction to the subject.
Euclidea is a beautiful geometrical puzzles based on classical Euclidian constructions. It is all about using straightedge and compass.
MIT OpenCourseWare is an initiative to publish all of the educational materials online freely available to anyone.
SpaceEngine is advanced space simulation software that lets you explore the universe in three dimensions.
BrainPOP - Animated Educational Site for Kids - Science, Social Studies, English, Math, Arts & Music, Health, and Technology.
Visualizing SEP is an interactive visualization and search engine for exploring the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy beautifully.
Pi Day is a website created to encourage an interest in STEM topics. Pi Day is a celebration of everything fun and interesting about math.
A+ Click helps students become problem solvers. Tons of math and logic problems to develop logical reasoning and problem solving skills.
The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences is an online database of integer sequences. It was created and maintained by Neil Sloane.
The best way to understand math is to try it yourself. In Maphi, you can solve you math problems with simple touch gestures.
From grammar and spelling to style and tone, Grammarly helps you eliminate errors and find the perfect words to express yourself.
ABCs of Particle Physics
Particle physics can be fun to learn when it rhymes. Take an interactive animated journey through the particle physics alphabet.
Audiblogs lets you listen to any web article in your podcast player in an Audible-like voice. Use it to "read" while you do something else.
Joshua Tauberer's Iceberger helps you draw an iceberg and see how it will float. In reality, an iceberg wouldn’t float exactly like this.
If the Moon Were Only 1 Pixel
A tediously accurate scale map of the solar system that illustrates the mind-boggling amount of space between planets from Josh Worth.
Snowflake generator cycles a snowflake from a seed to its final state, and also loops its crystal distribution kaleidoscopically on two axis.
The Mandelbrot Set
The Mandelbrot set is a beautiful example of mathematical beauty. Ákos Seres made a fantastic tool for us to explore the Mandelbrot set.
Calendar of mathematics outreach conferences, exhibitions, talks, festivals and other events in Europe.
The Maps of Mathematics
Explore our surprisingly simple, absurdly ambitious and necessarily incomplete guide to the boundless mathematical universe.
Bookfeed.io is a simple tool that allows you to specify a list of authors, and generates an RSS feed with each author’s most recently released book. Lukas Mathis made this…
Evernote is a powerful tool that can help executives, entrepreneurs and creative people capture and arrange their ideas.
How Many People Are In Space Right Now?
Do you know how many people are in space right now? Brad Eshbach made a very simple website to answer that question. Now, the number is 7.
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