Science in Context supports scientific study for secondary school students, university coursework or general research. Science in Context features authoritative information for science projects including earth and life sciences, space, technology, mathematics, biography and science history. Cengage Learning’s new portal environment provides focused coverage of the most-searched topics. Science in Context includes more than 415 specific topic or portal pages such as Tsunamis, Earthquakes, Endangered Species, Stem Cells and Stem Cell Research, Forensic Science, Nuclear Energy, Climate and Weather, Big Bang Theory, Genetic Disorders, Breast Cancer and Green Engineering, to name a few. Broader categories covered in Science in Context include: General Science, Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Science, Health and Medicine, Maths and Technology, Physics and Astronomy.