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Authored by Jeff Biggus, this website provides a history of light, electricity, magnetism and electromagnetic theory, placed in a linked timeline order with corresponding biographical sketches. The sketch traces the...
The Women in Math Web site features an extensive, searchable bibliography of publications on topics such as gender and mathematics and feminist theories of science. The site is housed at the University of Oregon and...
The excavation of the shipwreck "Belle" in Matagorda Bay produced an amazing array of finds, including the hull of the ship, bronze cannons, glass beads, bronze hawk bells, pottery and even one skeleton. All these...
Ocean Planet is now an archival version of the 1995 Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition which is no longer on display. The Titanic site includes hundreds of links with information on the history, design, voyage...
How did the atomic age start? It's a very good question and this digital exhibit from the Oregon State Universities Libraries Special Collection offers some wonderful archival material that tells part of this story. The...
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