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The website that accompanies PBS's NOVA television series is called NOVA Science Now, and it offers many fun and engaging ways to better understand science and scientists. The Secret Life of Scientists is a...
This bibliography, intended for more advanced users, is a compilation of peer-reviewed articles published in 2006 describing original research with citations on Global Positioning Systems (GPS) and Global Satellite...
This collection of 171 annotations was written to enhance and explain the text of the book 'Stone Wall Secrets'. Each annotation consists of a number that refers specifically to the phrase preceding it. Each annotation...
This site from BarcodesInc gives a helpful overview of what Cryptography is and supplies a number of links to other sites dealing with various issues in cryptography, such as Public Key encryption, Applied Cryptography...
"This page provides an overview of classification and evolution of eukaryotes. Topics include the defining characteristics of eukaryotic cells, the role of endosymbiosis in cellular evolution, and the current...
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