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Publishers: Nobel e-Museum and Nobel Foundation
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Biography and Nobel Prize presentation of Otto Stern for 1943. The prize was "for his contribution to the development of the molecular ray method and his discovery of the magnetic…
  
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E. Redish
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This site contains a collection of images of currency with faces of physicists from all around the world.
  
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Editor: H. Nelson
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This site contains a collection of pictures of physicists, from Alvarez to Wu. There are also links to other collections of physics-related pictures.
  
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Editor: J. Reinhardt
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This site contains a collection of pictures of famous physicists. The collection includes Nobel Prize winners, theorists, experimentalists, pre-20th century, and physicists on stamps.
  
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This web site is an online exhibit about Marie Curie, the discoverer of the radioactive elements polonium and radium and the first person to win two Nobel prizes. The exhibit…
  
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T. Greenslade, Jr
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This web site is an extensive collection of images and descriptions of historical instruments used in the physical sciences. Images of over 1800 pieces of apparatus are included…
  
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D. Wallace; Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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This website from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology gives details of a model of how Archimedes might have set the Roman fleet afire with reflected sunlight. The website uses…
  
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J. Biggus
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History of light, electricity, magnetism and electromagnetic theory, placed in a linked timeline order with corresponding biographical sketches.
  
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S. Howard
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This site is primarily comprised of a list (which can be viewed chronologically or by discipline) of women mainly from the pre-20th century period. A very brief description of the…
  
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Nobel Foundation
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This page includes a short biography of Albert Einstein as part of the citation and record of his Nobel Prize. Also included are links to his Nobel Lecture and the presentation of…
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