Webscape: Curate your own fine art

Kate Russell's weekly review of the best apps and websites.

The Google Art Project brings the world of fine art and museum treasures to your browser, with new collections launched all the time. Explore galleries curated by other users or create your own collection and share it with friends and family.

People run for all sorts of reasons - to keep fit, to compete, so that they can eat more cake. Even walking is great exercise so find an inspiring route with the help of WalkJogRun.net.

Whether you are looking for a gentle 2 mile (3.2km) stroll or a hard-core half marathon jog, just plumb in your desired distance and browse through nearly 2 million routes listed right across the globe contributed by users.

Environmentalists can help the world of science with the Project Noah app on iOS or Android. This ambitious initiative wants to harness the power of the crowd to explore and document wildlife and its natural habitat right across the globe.

This Sunday is Advent Sunday, the official start of the countdown to Christmas. You do not have to celebrate the holiday to take advantage of Advent 2013, 25 Christmas apps.

Just download on your iPhone or Android handset to get a top-notch premium family-friendly app free every day until 25 December.

And for the scientist in your life, from 1 December the Royal Institution is running an advent calendar on its website that picks up the theme of this year's Christmas lecture "Life Fantastic", to reveal a new video each day about the chromosomes in our cells and how they help make up who we are.

Watch more clips on the Click website. If you are in the UK you can watch the whole programme on BBC iPlayer.

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