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View Resource The Missing Link

Professor Elizabeth Green Musselman of Southwestern University is excited about the history of science, and she's devised a rather ingenious way to get others excited about it as well. She's created a monthly podcast which can be found on this site, along with lists of suggested readings for those who are looking for additional information. Episodes currently available include "Time's Arrow",...

View Resource National Science Foundation: Discoveries

Everyday, research sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) turns up a new discovery, an interesting facet of a scientific endeavor, and sometimes, just something that might delight and amaze even the casual observer. Recently the NSF created this website to serve as a clearinghouse of information about the work they sponsor. The "Discoveries" site can be searched in its entirety, or...

View Resource Inside Science TV

The Inside Science TV program produces news segments that depict "the impact of recent advances in science" and is part of a nice partnership between the American Institute of Physics and the American Mathematical Society. On this site, visitors can watch these short and eminently watchable programs which include "How to Design a 51-Star Flag" and "The Science Behind Movie Magic." Currently,...

View Resource Live Science

Imaginova, the producers of Space.com, have launched the new LiveScience.com website, covering "new discoveries, intellectual adventures, and the idiosyncrasies of the world around us." While the fascinating materials cover most science and technology fields, the Forces of Nature and Environment links are most relevant to the physical sciences. Through the exciting articles and astonishing images...

View Resource A Science Odyssey

PBS has created this site as a companion to its recent five-part TV series of the same name, which covered scientific advances in the last hundred years in the fields of medicine & health, physics & astronomy, human behavior, technology, and earth & life sciences. Highlights of the site are the People & Discoveries database (a searchable and browsable annotated listing of over 50 people and over...

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