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Johns Hopkins Medicine Podcasts
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Screenshot In recent years, a number of medical organizations and institutes have created sites that feature weekly podcasts, and this particular one from Johns Hopkins Medicine is a nice find. Started in October 2005, each podcast lasts from five to seven minutes and features a "lively discussion of the week's medical news and how it may affect you." Past topics have dealt with the risks of not immunizing children, the use of fish oil in people who've had a heart attack, and drug coated stents. As might be expected, visitors can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes U, so that they will receive each new edition as soon as it is released.
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arXiv.org e-Print archive
Although the title does not allude to the site's content, this Los Alamos National Laboratory Website is an example of one of the best uses of the Web. Here,...
https://origins.wisc.edu
Readers from a variety of backgrounds may enjoy Origins, an award-winning multimedia site published by the University of Wisconsin-Madison in April 2018....
Interactive Geology Project
Based at the University of Colorado Boulder, the Interactive Geology Project offers visitors dozens of fascinating 3D animated videos that "illustrate basic...
OneGeology
Founded in 2007, OneGeology is a multinational initiative that aims to "make web-accessible the best available geological and other geoscience data worldwide at...
The 50 Most Important Women in...
This article, from the November 2002 issue of Discover Magazine, identifies 50 of the most extraordinary women across all of the sciences. Their remarkable...



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