Contains an introduction to chemical engineering and a brief history of the profession.
Division of the History of Chemistry. Includes information on membership, resources, and links to related sites.
A non-profit foundation dedicated to preserving and making known the history of the chemical sciences.
"90 megabytes online of information on alchemy in all its facets." Though alchemy is neither chemistry nor a science, it is a historical precursor to scientific chemistry as studied in schools today.
Focuses on four primary figures in the development of the understanding of nuclear structure and radioactivity, namely Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen, Antoine Henri Becquerel, Marie Sklodowska Curie, and Ernest Rutherford.
A topical and biographical history produced by the 1992 Woodrow Wilson Summer Institute in Chemistry.
A heavily hyperlinked "virtual museum" showing samples (and explaining the historical value) of chemicals, compounds, or elements which were made in the lab well over 100 years ago.
Society for Medicines Research symposium, "Case Histories of Drug Discovery," now available online RealAudio webcast.
The history and chemistry of orcein, orchil, litmus, parelle and French purple with extensive bibliography.
Biographies of people involved in the early ideas of quantum chemistry, including interviews with fifteen of these people.