The Encyclopedia of Life is an ambitious project, a system of websites that makes information about all life on Earth accessible to anyone, anywhere in the world.
EOL Home Page Screenshot
A goal of the Encyclopedia of Life is to "transform the science of biology, and inspire a new generation of scientists, by aggregating all known data about every living species. And ultimately, to increase our collective understanding of life on Earth, and safeguard the richest possible spectrum of biodiversity."
EOL Sample Content Page
The Learning and Education Group at EOL seeks to explore and promote EOL's use in schools. It also collaborates with groups such as natural history museums and nature centers to show how EOL can extend learning beyond the classroom.
Encyclopedia of Life Video Tour
Link to the Encyclopedia of Life FAQ.
The Encyclopedia of Life is comprehensive, collaborative, ever-growing, and personalized. It is constantly evolving with contributions from both professional scientists and interested amateurs. The Encyclopedia of Life is available in six languages including Spanish and French.
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