Annotated catalogue of history of science, technology, and medicine resources.
An exhibit of rare scientific works from the Cudahy Collection of Jesuitica.
Biographies and Nobel Lectures of the prizewinners, from the Nobel Foundation.
Lecture notes from Jose Wudka of the University of California, Riverside. Page includes definitions and examples of early uses of scientific method, large numbers, early cosmology, Newtonioan laws, electricity, magnetism, waves versus pariticles, and light.
Report by the National Science Board and National Science Foundation on US science and technology, including education and R&D, from World War II to the end of the 20th century.
Carl Kellner founded what was named the Optical Institute in Wetzlar Germany in 1849. By 1851 he employed twelve workmen and was producing his first microscopes.
Facsimile of Galvani's original and an English translation.
Some brief biographies, and interactive quizzes on female scientists.
Aims to improve access to Australia's scientific, technological and medical heritage by helping to preserve records and artifacts and communicating the existence of this heritage to a wide audience. Includes scientist biographies.
Foster documentation, preservation, and interpretation of the history of the National Institutes of Health. Features online exhibits, education, and historical resources.