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The Statistical Research Center at the American Institute of Physics contains data on education and employment in physics, astronomy, and associated fields. The center provides reports on trends in education of interest...
This website from Dr. Wolfgang Bauer at the University of Michigan contains a java applet which allows the user to change certain parameters while observing simulated coupled oscillators. In the process of coupled...
Art of Science 2005 is a gallery of images produced in the course of research or incorporating concepts from science submitted to the Princeton University community. Both scientists and artists contributed images....
Art of Science 2006 is a gallery of images, videos, and sounds produced in the course of research or incorporating concepts from science submitted by the Princeton University community. Both scientists and artists...
This interactive resource from the physics department at Boston University illustrates Coulomb's law. The simulation allows the user to graph the dependence of the Coulomb force on the distance between charges.
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