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Albert Einstein Archives
Includes the largest collection of original Einstein manuscripts in the world as well as his vast correspondence with the most influential physicists and intellectuals of the twentieth century.

Albert Einstein Online

Aleta's Geology Links

The Aurora Page
Information, links and images about the Northern Lights.

Black Holes and Neutron Stars
Many people think black holes continually suck in everything like great big cosmic bathtub drains. And what the heck are neutron stars? Understanding the nature of black holes and neutron stars--how they form, what they're like, and how we know they are there--can lead to a better understanding of how our Universe works. The Q & A section offers slightly more advanced discussions.

Botany, Ecology, Evolution, Marine Biology, Zoology
Indexes and Gateways to Biology and Aquatic Science Sources on the Internet

Chemistry Links
Collections of Chemistry Links, Information on compounds, safety, Chemistry Societies and some interesting sites.

CIESIN Stratospheric Ozone and Human Health
The Consortium for International Earth Science Information Network provides information on the consequences of human exposure to ultraviolet light caused by the depletion of stratospheric ozone. The site also contains a set of thematic guides on environmental and health effects, as well as information on chlorofluorocarbons and ozone depletion.

Department of Geography
Information relating to geography, meteorology, GIS, cartography, remote sensing, and many search engines!

Dinosaur Eggs
Weblinks of Museums about Dinosaurs

Discovery Channel Online

Earth & Sky

The Earth Times
Description - Leading global online newspaper on the environment.

Earth View Eclipse Network
A comprehensive source of educational information about the history, science, and observation of eclipses, especially total solar eclipses.

Einstein-Image and Impact
Exhibit showing Albert Einstein's life including scientific, social, and cultural impact. Text by leading historians for AIP Center for History of Physics, many illustrations, quotes.

El Nino Links
El Nino refers to a massive warming off the coastal waters of Peru and Ecuador and the Southern Oscillation to the related atmospheric component of this phenomenon, often abbreviated as ENSO.

Eric's Treasure Trove of Scientific Biography
Collection of information on notables in the worlds of Math, Physics, Astronomy, Music and Scientific Biography.

EurekAlert Site Announces the Latest in Science Discoveries
This unique site bills itself as "a comprehensive news server for up-to-date research in science, medicine, and engineering." News is posted daily by major research facilities, universities, non-profit, and peer-reviewed journals for use by reporters and research institutions wanting the very latest on scientific discoveries.

Fuel Cells 2000
Fuel Cells 2000 is an activity of the Breakthrough Technologies Institute. Fuel Cells 2000 provides information to policy makers and the public; supports the early utilization of fuel cells by such means as pilot projects, government purchases and conducts activities designed to foster education.

Galactic Odyssey
This is an interactive educational web site. It has interesting hyperlinks, science projects, animated gifs and creative writing. Good for all ages. Shows the power of the internet and computer for learning.

Gordon's Entomological Home Page
Gordon's site swarms with bug information and has more links than a centipede has legs. Sections include Arthropods, Insects, Spiders, Mites, Woodlice, Anatomy and a handy glossary.

Helios - Daily Science News
If you like to read science news, but don't have the time to scan the Web for all the latest, you'll want to bookmark this one. The folks at Helios do the scanning for you, picking the best science-related news stories of the day and providing links to the actual sites themselves.

History of Mathematics

History of Science, Technology and Medicine
The WWWVL for the history of science, technology and medicine was established to keep track of information facilities in the these fields.

Human Anatomy Resources
This resource page is for those with an interest in human anatomy, either professional or recreational. It contains some of the best sites available via WWW, gopher, telnet, or newsgroups.

Introductory Eclipse Tutorial
What is an eclipse? Types of eclipses. How often eclipses occur.

Internet Resource Guidefor Zoology

Jason Project
Bringing the thrill of exploration and discovery live to students around the world as they participate in an amazing electronic field trip

Last Word Science Questions and Answers
Why is the sky blue? Why does hair turn gray? This archive contains over 350 questions on scientific phenomena, with answers provided by our readers. Fun and educational.


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Monarch Watch
Project seeks to involve students in the annual fall migration of Monarch butterflies as they fly from Canada to Mexico.

Mr. Solar
Your contact point for information, products and services about every aspect of solar, wind & water power. You can also subscribe to "Mr. Solar's Free Monthly Email Newsletter.

National Museum of Natural History
An internet resource compiled and maintained by the staff of the National Museum of Natural History. Here you will find documents and data about Museum research and the national collections, which comprise more than 120 million scientific specimens and cultural artifacts from around the world.

New Scientist Planet Science Magazine
News, jobs and more from the leading weekly magazine.

New York Public Library: Science, Industry and Business
The NYPL's Science, Industry and Business Library (SIBL) is the world's largest public information center devoted solely to science and business.

Nobel Laureates in Physics 1901 - 1996

NOVA Online Cracking the Ice Age
PBS/NOVA Online's special which explores the Earth's climatic cycles. Accompany MIT scientist Maureen Raymo on her first visit to the Tibetan Plateau, and check out a useful collection of climate-related links. C

The Particle Adventure
An Interactive Tour of the Inner Workings of the Atom and the Tools for Discovery.

Physics Internet Resources

Physics Lecture Demonstrations
This physics WWW site is an effort to make available an on-line source of information and pictures used for preparing and performing undergraduate lecture demonstrations.

Popular Science's Ninth Annual Best of What's New
Each year the editors select the year's 100 greatest achievements in Science and Technology.

Project Earth
Description - Project Earth was founded by R. Buckminster Fuller and Adam Trombly to help guide the people of Earth toward a benign future.

Roslin Institute Online (Origin of the First Cloning)
Roslin Institute is the major center for research on molecular and quantitative genetics of farm animals and poultry science in the United Kingdom. This institute recently had a scientific breakthrough sheep cloned through nuclear transfer from somatic cells.

Science Experiments You Can Do!
* An easy chemical volcano.
* Instructions for making slime.
* Some fun sound experiments.
* How 'bout some cool Dry Ice experiments?
* Easy, Fun and Satisfying Laser Activities.
* How to make Simple Animation Devices.
* Build a Giant Air Cannon.

ScienceMan
For those interested in physics, chemistry, biology and general science this is an excellent site for teachers, students, and the just curious!

Science Online
An excellent source for current science news and feature articles.

Scientific American
Every month, they bring you the best of the current issue -- augmented to take advantage of the unique capabilities of the WWW. You will find many of your favorite magazine features here, as well as at least two major articles in their entirety, with links that let you connect directly to the researchers and their work.

In Search of the Giant Squid
The giant squid lives in most of the world's oceans and is among the biggest animals in the sea BUT it is rarely seen. It hunts smaller sea creatures BUT larger animals feed on it. It has inspired fantastic tales BUT the facts are even more fascinating than the fiction.

Underwater Caves

Virtual Frog Dissection

The Virtual Nuclear Tourist
Nuclear Power Plants Around the World Why Nuclear Power? How are the plants designed/operated/maintained? What's it like in a nuclear power plant?

Volcano World
VolcanoWorld brings modern and near real time volcano information to specific target audiences and other users of the Internet.

The Why Files
The Why Files, a project of the National Institute for Science Education, is an electronic exploration of the science behind the news -- from outer space to cellular biology, from dinosaurs and dragon lizards to the statistics of political polling.

WOCE-World Ocean Circulation Experiment
WOCE is designed to understand the large-scale circulation of the world ocean, and in particular its impact on climate.

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
If your interested in oceanography, this site provides extremely detailed information on the myriad of activities, projects, and programs at WHOI.

 

 

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