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View Resource Earth Observations from Space

Lecturer Kimberly Strong of the University of Toronto has posted these pages giving course notes, problem sets, and solutions (.pdf). The problem sets are printer-ready. The course deals with topics such as satellite orbits, radiative transfer, and remote sounding. This is a good resource for a college student seeking practice problems.

View Resource Fundamentals of Materials Science

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Professors Darrell Irvine and Nicola Marzari present this introductory course, which focuses on the "fundamentals of structure, energetics, and bonding that underpin materials science." Designed for undergraduate students, topics here include: thermodynamic functions, electronic bonding, stability, and magnetism of materials. Visitors are able to download...

View Resource Network and Computer Security

A wide variety of educational resources and course materials are available through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology?s Open Courseware Project. This particular course ?Network and Computer Security? contains problem sets and exams with solutions as well as a full reading list that is accessible to the public. Some of the topics covered in this course are: cryptography, authe...

View Resource T-2 Nuclear Information Service

The T-2 Nuclear Information Service Web Site is presented by Los Alamos National Laboratory, which is operated by the University of California for the US Department of Energy. The site "concentrates on nuclear modeling, nuclear data, cross sections, nuclear masses, ENDF, NJOY data processing, nuclear astrophysics, radioactivity, radiation shielding, data for medical radiotherapy, data for...

View Resource Antbase.org

E.O. Wilson may be the best-known academic working on the biology of ants, though it is likely that most myrmecologists will find this site rather helpful and interesting. The site and its database are maintained by staff members at the American Museum of Natural History and the Ohio State University. As their website proclaims, they are moving "Towards the 12,000 species!", and visitors can...

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