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The MAD Scientist Network

The Mad Scientist Network, provided by Washington University at St. Louis Medical School, is a Web based "ask a scientist" forum. You ask a question, and a scientist answers it. Answers are usually concise. The expert scientists include high school teachers, university faculty, and others. Both questions and answers are submitted via Web forms. A browsable and searchable question and answer...
University of Houston Libraries

Nancy Buchanan and Jennifer Atkinson at the University of Houston Libraries created this site to provide a comprehensive listing of index, abstract, bibliography, and table of contents services in the fields of Arts and Humanities, Sciences and Technology, and Social Sciences. The list currently contains seventeen subject specific categories under the three main fields with more than twenty coming...
Internet History of Science Sourcebook

Edited by Paul Halsall, PhD, Assistant Professor of History at the University of North Florida, this Fordham University metasite contains links to documents and Web resources pertaining to the history of science. Although this site has a historical focus, it includes interesting science-related links and original texts from great scientific thinkers. Contents are organized by geographic locations...
DCOMP Members' Research Gallery

The American Physical Society's Division of Computational Physics (DCOMP) hosts this newly compiled research gallery featuring selected links to research activities of DCOMP members. The links offer abstracts of research as well as in depth coverage of each topic. The site contains fourteen topics including Phase Separation in Amphiphilic Fluids, The Geodynamo, Visiometrics for Reduced Modeling of...
Science Portal

The Australian governmental Web site, Science Portal delivers science information and services to industry, investors, and the research community. The site allows visitors to find relevant links in their field from all of Australia's research and research-related organization Web sites. The portal can be searched or browsed by various research topics including directories and databases, policy,...

As its name implies, the WorldWideScience site is a global science gateway that is meant to help connect a worldwide audience to various national and international scientific databases. The site was developed and is maintained by the Office of Science and Technical Information (OSTI) with the U.S. Department of Energy. Visitors to the site's homepage can click on an interactive map of the world's...