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Visit this site for a list of women in science throughout history--mostly 19th century and before--many with a brief biography included. You can also see the list organized by…
  
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This timeline presents the story of light, electricity, magnetism and electromagnetic theory, with corresponding biographical sketches of the key investigators. Lots of links offer…
  
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Find out why some spaces in subway stations are so good at reflecting sound waves, allowing sound levels to build up naturally, with no need for microphones or loudspeakers. This…
  
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Visit this website--a part of the AIP Center for History of Physics--to see online exhibits on various topics in physics history, including Marie Curie, Albert Einstein, and the…
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Check out Physlink for physics, astronomy and science news. If you have a question, you can "Ask the experts"--just click on the Education tab. For jokes and cartoons, try the Fun tab.
  
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This delightful and educational site offers quite a variety of proposals for perpetual motion, running the gamut from unbalanced wheels to accelerated charges to magnetic and…
  
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At this site you learn mechanics through many simulations on the topic of force and motion. You can see, for instance, how velocity and acceleration change as a car moves along a…
  
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The Exploratorium
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Visit the incredible website of the Exploratorium. It contains over 15,000 Web pages exploring hundreds of different topics and contains a number of interactive simulations.
  
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See this site for the story of snowflakes and how their crystals develop such intricate patterns, with many shown in illustrations. You can also get useful tips on snowflake-watching…
  
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This site provides an online periodic table with a vivid image for each element (for helium it's the sun, with solar flares shown--helium was first discovered in the sun). Text…
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