The National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Science360 app for iPad provides easy access to engaging science and engineering images and video from around the globe and a news feed featuring breaking news from NSF-funded institutions. Content is either produced by NSF or gathered from scientists, colleges and universities, and NSF science and engineering centers.
If you have questions or comments, or if you are an NSF-funded researcher and would like to have your images or video included in the app, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Spectacular images from NSF-funded institutions available in high resolution for download to your iPad
- Fun and engaging streaming video (WiFi or 3G connection required) on a wide range of topics
- Hundreds of images and videos to experience, with new content added weekly
- Share images and videos on Facebook and Twitter or via email
- Keep abreast of breaking stories in scientific discovery as they happen with the in-app news feed
- Pan through content in the unique 360 view or find content via keyword with a simple two finger touch
- With a single touch, save favorite images and video within the app so that they can easily be found again
* Bug Fixes
* Player API Update
Ratings and Reviews
Currently crashes every start
Used to be nice. Hope you fix it soon
This app stinks
It keeps going out of the app whenever I try to go into it
Developer Response ,
We are very sorry for the issues you are having with the app. NSF is working hard on a new version that will be released at the end on the month. We hope that you will give us another try after we update. Thank you.
Fascinating and visually impressive
I love this. I guess as some have said it would be nice if it was searchable, but I hadn't thought of that until I read others saying it. I don't see it as a way to gather research or anything as serious as that, so I don't really miss a search function. I see it as an extremely cool and stimulating way to kill time or to browse and learn about a whole range of current science. The presentation looks fantastically crisp and the videos I've watched on physics, my field, have been extremely well-done, accessible while still being informative and without dumbing the material down. And probably because the NSF funds many of them, very prominent and well-respected researchers in the field participate. At the same time, I can catch up on developments in other fields in an easy and enjoyable way. And as for searching, really, it's always been easy for me to find features on whatever field I felt like, just by flipping through the video wall thing. Very pleased with the NSF about this app.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.