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"Woman Power" - Rosalind Franklin
"Woman Power" - Rosalind Franklin (1920-1958) By Melanie P. Even though Rosalind Franklin made a major breakthrough dealing with the DNA structure, she was not acknowledged like Watson, Crick, and Wilkins, who shared a Nobel Prize. She was a chemist and molecular biologist whose x-ray studies of DNA contributed to its later structural description. She was born in London in 1920,
About Rainbows
A web page designed to help you get through your Chemistry homework.
Last Modified: Mon Apr 9 22:41:52 2001
Animations of Physical Processes
This website offers animated physics experiments and visualizations: waves, mechanics, interference, thermodynamics, etc. All animations are explained theoretically. Has useful links.
Last Modified: Mon Apr 30 19:03:07 2001
BIO201 Anatomy & Physiology I HomePage
Contains information, news, links, images related to biology, microbiology, anatomy, physiology, and disease. Designed primarily for my students in various bioscience courses but has info relevant for many.
BIO201 Anatomy & Physiology I HomePage
Contains information, news, links, images related to biology, microbiology, anatomy, physiology, and disease. Designed primarily for my students in various bioscience courses but has info relevant for many.
BioChemLinks: Biology
BioChemLinks: cell biology, microbiology, botany, zoology, human biology, medicine, nutrition, evolution, ecology, laboratory experiments
Biology Links
Biology Links   General Biology Links Government Science Centers and Museums Catalogs of Biology Biology Education Biology Specialty Links Agriculture Cell & Molecular Biology Ecology & Environment Entomology Evolution Genetics Human Biology Microbiology Oceanography & Marine Biology Plant Science Veterinary Science Zoology   General Biology Links   Government National Science
Last Modified: Mon Jul 20 13:55:05 1998
CHEMIX Learning Tools - Software for Chemistry
CHEMIX School is an educational tool for learning chemistry. It is basically geared toward college level chemistry but also high school students, chemists and teachers. CHEMIX School is equipped with a periodic table, conversion table, dictionary, function fit/plot and advanced calculators for molecules, thermochemistry, electrochemistry, weak acid/base, solubility, spectroscopy (IR, NMR and MS) and stoichiometry (balance).
Last Modified: Fri Mar 30 05:12:30 2001
Committee on Recently Extinct Organisms (CREO)
CREO's mission is to foster an improved understanding of species' extinctions that have occurred in recent times.
Last Modified: Wed Nov 3 15:27:49 1999
Encyclopedia of the Atmospheric Environment
Information from this Encyclopedia on the atmosphere, weather and climate, climate change, air pollution, acid rain, ozone depletion, renewable energy and sustainable development.
Last Modified: Fri Oct 20 09:34:40 2000
H.R. MacMillan Space Centre - Have a Blast!
Through innovative programs, exhibits and activities, the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre's role is inspiring sustained interest in the fields of earth science, space science and astronomy. Good thorough info.
Last Modified: Thu Feb 22 22:25:58 2001
NASA Technology (321) 867-6200
This NASA Kennedy Space Center site is to promote the commercialization of new NASA technology through license agreements and dual-use development.
Last Modified: Tue Apr 24 22:16:29 2001
NMSI Portal Links
The National Museum of Science & Industry comprising the Science Museum, National Museum of Photography, Film & Television and the National Railway Museum.
National Science Foundation (NSF) - Home Page
An independent U.S. government agency responsible for promoting Science and Engineering. A varied website.
ScI-Journal - publishing kids' science work on the Web
ScI-Journal is an award-winning site that gives school and college students the chance to publish work they've done in their science classes so that other students around the world can read about it. A discussion list allows messages about each article to be posted on the site.
Last Modified: Thu Oct 19 14:12:56 2000
Schools Online Project - Science
Welcome to Schools Online Science - explore our science site from here.
Strange Science: The Rocky Road to Modern Paleontology and Biology
Showing the rocky road to discoveries made by scientists and some of their mistakes along the way!
Last Modified: Wed Jan 10 02:29:13 2001
Welcome to The Wonderful World of Insects
Site devoted to creepy crawlies. There are well over 1 million different known species of insects in the world, and some experts estimate that there might be as many as 10 million.
Last Modified: Mon Apr 30 20:30:19 2001

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