Scientists Social Groups and Science Guide
Annotated listing of Nobel Prize winners, organised by prize category; physics, chemistry, literature, peace, economics, physiology and medicine. Biographical information is given about each winner, as is access to Internet based works by, and about, them
SGR exists to help scientists and technologists take a constructive part in the development of a new vision for science and scientists appropriate for a socially responsible democratic society.
Biographical information is given for each individual. RealPlayer is required. Collection of BBC recordings capturing the thoughts of 20th century architects, dancers, film directors, musicians, poets, political activists, scientists, and more.
Set of documents about the work of Joshua Lederberg, an American geneticist and microbiologist who won the Nobel Prize in 1958. Includes biographical information and short essays on Lederberg's research, as well as links to digitised research documents an
Arranged alphabetically and chronologically. Includes lists of female mathematicians, history topics, birthplace maps and anniversaries for the year. Biographies of over 1400 scientists and mathematicians, many with images.
Includes information about Galileo's patrons, his instruments, maps, and a timeline of Galileo's life and era. Project to produce a collection of materials on the life and work of Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) and the science of his time.
Book describing the ethical foundations of scientific practices in all scientific disciplines, industrial, and some of the personal and professional issues that researchers encounter in their work, whether in academic
Includes material about Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Maria Goeppert Mayer, Marie Curie and Galileo. Collection of historical photographs, slides, lithographs and engravings focusing on American physicists and astronomers of the twentieth century.
Illustrated essay describing the lives of Marie and Pierre Curie and their role in the study of radiation.
Also gives links to other sites concerning the inventors mentioned. Provides information about famous inventors who are selected by a committee to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
Covers his influence as an inventor and scientist, as well as his place in renaissance art, and his career in Milan, Florence, Rome, and lastly, France. Additional re Interactive educational resource, which explores the life and work of Leonardo da Vinci.
Documents and images examining the life and works of Nikola Tesla (1856-1943), inventor of the AC motor, radio transmission, neon and fluorescent lighting, and remote control. He is also credited with being the vision behind harnessing the power of Niagra
Includes science careers, jobs, policy and resource reviews. An electronic network for the next generation of scientists.
Also includes information on Muslim contributions to science. A collection of short biographies of Muslim scientists, mathematicians and astronomers 700 - 1500.
Extensive collection of links to biographies, papers, quotations and pictures of Albert Einstein.
Society that aims to facilitate communication across conventional boundaries that separate the disciplines and across national boundaries that separate scholars. It includes scholars in sociology, anthropology, history, philosophy, political science, econ
Lists, physiology or medicine, searchable database and reference table of all the Nobel Prizes: for physics, chemistry and peace
Promotes solutions on agriculture and biotechnology, climate change, arms control, biodiversity, energy
Short biography of the scientist Anders Celsius, his construction of the Celsius thermometer, which describes his education and discovery of the cause of the aurora phenomenon.
Joseph Leidy (1823-1891), natural history, known as the 'Father of American Vertebrate Palaeontology', was a pioneer in the areas of parasitology and protozoology whose interest and expertise also extended into the scientific areas of anatomy, entomology
Number of reviews is 20 - Worldwide Scientific Research