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View Resource Physics: Spotlighting Exceptional Research

Physics: spotlighting exceptional research is a free service of the American Physical Society (APS). The site's content explains selected physics research published in the APS journals Physical Review (PR) and Physical Review Letters (PRL). The site also provides an archive of links to Physics News Update stories from the American Institute of Physics that cover papers from APS journals.

View Resource University of Minnesota Physics Education Research Group

The University of Minnesota Physics Education Research and Development group. Links to materials on cooperative problem solving, context rich problems, and implementation of innovative teaching methods in the large lecture format. The site also features new and events and profiles for faculty and graduate students doing research in the program. The authors also provide links to other physics...

View Resource Women of NASA

This site is a wonderful resource for educators wishing to encourage their female students to challenge themselves, feel confident of their successes, and accept their failures. Highlights of the site are profiles of NASA women scientists, online chats with these scientists, and Women of the World, a quarterly activity that allows interaction between online guests and known international female...

View Resource Chaos at Maryland

Chaos is an interdisciplinary science founded on the idea that nonlinear deterministic systems can behave in an apparently unpredictable and chaotic manner. The department's homepage has information on people, research publications and talks, and images and simulations of chaos results. The online papers (which come in a variety of formats) consist of preprints and published articles on...

View Resource Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics

This site, authored by Professor Nina Byers of the University of California, Berkeley, is an electronic archive about 20th century women who have made original and important contributions to physics. Organized under their names, you will find brief documented descriptions of their major contributions to physics, biographical data, and a potpourri of some interesting information regarding their...

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