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"The Motion Pictures and Sound Recordings of the Edison Companies" covers the life and work of Thomas Alva Edison. Features early motion pictures and sound recordings, photographs, biography, and timeline.
Presents an overview of linked European exhibitions, scientific research and online resources. Browse through the paintings, manuscripts, inventions and drawings of Leonardo da Vinci.
|A. Einstein: Image and Impact|
Offers information about his life, science, and politics. Discusses the impact of his theories on modern science and includes photos and the full text of some of his writings.
|Complete Work of Charles Darwin Online|
Includes a bibliography, a manuscript catalog, a biography, and audio files of his works.
|Edison's Miracle of Light|
Contains a list of Edison's patents, information on AC and DC currents, recordings produced by the Edison company, advertisements for Edison inventions, and a timeline of the inventor's life.
Exhibit by the American Museum of Natural History, New York. Biography, light, time, energy, gravity, hist legacy, and Albert Einstein during World War 2.
|Faces of Science: African Americans in the Sciences|
Collection of biographies and information on the contributions of African American scientists.
Companion to a PBS Nova program about the life of Percy Julian. Features a timeline, audio clips of Julian, and material about making steroids.
|How Edison Are You?|
Interactive showcase of Thomas Edison's contributions to modern day technology.
Profiles of inventors and their inventions and a handbook for aspiring inventors and entrepreneurs.
|Leonardo da Vinci: Experience, Experiment and Design|
Exhibition about how Leonardo (1452 - 1519) was able to visualise his theories. Including a timeline of his life, his notebooks, animated illustrations, and the Forster Codices.
Provides links to useful resources, bibliography, timeline, and searchable archive that includes photographs, film clips, sound clips, newspaper articles, artifacts, and telegrams sent and received by the Titanic.
|Margaret Mead: Human Nature and the Power of Culture|
Exhibit about the American anthropologist and writer, including manuscripts, diaries, letters, field notes, drawings, prints, photographs, sound recordings, and film. From the Library of Congress.
|Order From Chaos: Linnaeus Disposes|
Provides annotated images about pre-Linnaean botany, Linnaeus' scientific accomplishments, and Linnaean impacts. Also includes a bibliography and links to related sites.
|Profiles in Science|
Archival collections of prominent twentieth-century biomedical scientists, including published and unpublished materials, books, journal volumes, pamphlets, diaries, letters, manuscripts, photographs, audio tapes, and other audiovisual materials.
|Samuel F. B. Morse Papers|
Included in this collection are correspondence, letterbooks, diaries, scrapbooks, printed matter, maps, drawings. The papers included date from 1793 to 1919.
|Tesla - Master of Lightning|
Official PBS home for the television show and book. Includes screensavers, resources for teachers, and biography of Nikola Tesla.
|Tesla Memorial Society of New York|
Provides information on the life of Nikola Tesla. Includes details on his discoveries, links to the Web, and a listing of books and tapes produced by the organization.
|Alfred Russell Wallace Page, The|
Presents writings of and thoughts about one of the nineteenth century's prominent scientists, the father of biogeography. Features a biography, selection of Wallace's writings, interviews, and quotes; FAQ; chronology.
Provides facts about Archimedes, such as his inventions and fields of science he is credited with initiating; his life and death; collections of pictures and stamps.
The life and thought of the eighteenth-century Swedish naturalist and inventor of modern biological classification.
|Chymistry of Isaac Newton, The|
Online edition of Newton's alchemical manuscripts. Includes text transcriptions, interpretive notes, and a guide to symbols.
Features information about Charles Darwin including biography, pictures, and quotes. Also has the full-text of many of his scientific works.
|Einstein and the World Year of Physics 2005|
Commemorates 2005 as the 100th anniversary of Albert Einstein's achievements. Includes links to manuscripts and papers, scientific articles, related news and events, photographs.
|Einstein Archives Online|
Searchable database of Einstein and Einstein-related items, including writings, professional and personal correspondence.
|Eric Weisstein's World of Scientific Biography|
Includes biographical entries of notable scientists throughout history, searchable by keyword or browsable by branch of science, gender/minority status, historical period, nationality, prize winners, and alphabetical index.
|Famous Astronomers and Astrophysicists|
Introductions to famous astronomers and astrophysicists from the Classical Period to the present.
Information about Richard P. Feynman, scientist, teacher, raconteur, and musician. Includes news, anecdotes and stamp campaign.
|ISI Highly Cited.com|
Database of people most highly cited in chemistry, physics, engineering and neurosciences. Includes publications, education, faculty and professional posts, memberships and offices, research interests, personal Web sites for each individual.
Provides access to Newton "scientific" and "non-scientific" texts, including his writings on alchemy and theology.
Provides information on the scientist including biography, Hooke's Law, and the full-text of his attempt to prove the motion of the earth by observations.
Social network for scientists. Upload a resume and connect to other science professionals.
|Thomas A. Edison Papers|
Searchable document database linked to document images for Parts I-III of the Thomas A. Edison papers (1847-1898) and some of the editorial materials from the image and text publications, with continual additions.
|Thomas Edison House|
Located in Louisville, KY. Offers information about his inventions, a biography, school programs, and special events.
|Turing Digital Archive|
Digital archive contains unpublished personal papers and photographs of scientist Alan Turing from 1923-1972.
|Unofficial Stephen Jay Gould Archive|
Contains a biography, bibliography, book reviews, interviews, and texts of paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould.