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Mish Denlinger of San Francisco's Exploratorium created Auroras: Paintings in the Sky, a Web exhibit devoted to this... see more

The AVS is an organization dedicated to advancing the science and technology of vacuum, materials, surfaces, interfaces,... see more

This course is one of the quickStep series offered by Siemens in Electrical Products. These are FREE on-line industrial... see more

This page presents activities related to Bending and Torque from the Science & Engineering in the Lives of Students... see more

Artist Bob Miller's "Light Walk" at the Exploratorium is always an eye-opening experience for students and teachers... see more

This website is a small collection of electronic circuits for the hobbyist or student. The site includes over 100 circuit... see more

The Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP) Art of Physics is a photography competition aimed to stimulate interest in... see more

Linus Pauling was an esteemed molecular chemist and two-time Nobel laureate. The state of Oregon will be celebrating his... see more

This multimedia gallery, from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CFA), contains imagery of astronomical... see more

This is the website of the "Cornell Electron Storage Ring" (CESR), a high-luminosity 6+6 GeV electron-positron collider... see more

This is the Chandra X-ray Observatory photo album website. It begins with an introduction on the electromagnetic... see more

The Coalition for Plasma Science is a group of institutions, organizations, and companies joining forces to increase... see more

Cogent Physics is a fully peer reviewed, open access journal with a mission to help researchers communicate with a global... see more

This site contains various applets and animations of physical processes, demonstrating various ideas in waves, optics,... see more

This page presents activities related to Conduction from the Science & Engineering in the Lives of Students project.... see more

The Contemporary Physics Education Project (CPEP) is a non-profit organization comprised of leading physicists and... see more

Wireless means radio in its broadest sense. However, in the early 21st century, wireless refers primarily to the two... see more

This page presents activities related to Convection from the Science & Engineering in the Lives of Students project.... see more

The Council on Undergraduate Research is a national professional organization with more than 3,500 members representing... see more

This resource provides an interactive activity demonstrating how when two nuclei are close enough, electrons move around... see more

The Idaho State University Department of Physics conducts science demonstration shows at S. E. Idaho schools. Four... see more

This website is intended for teachers to use these animations in class to illustrate important astronomy concepts like:... see more

This site, from UCLA's Department of Physics, contains web and in-class demonstrations of physics concepts in the topic... see more