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Britannica Online R Excellent
source of information about the history
of science, important contributors
to the development of science, and
links to websites.
of World Biography
Encyclopedia of Science and Technology
Odyssey: People and Discoveries
- EBSCOHost - Index
of popular, informational,
and scholarly journals, some
full text available.
- EbscoOnline - Access
the full text of all Howard
University Library on line
journal subscriptions, search
for articles by topic or for
a journal title.
- JSTOR - Scholarly
journals in history, philosophy,
mathematics, and ecology, with
full text of articles.
of the Scientific Community in
the 16th and 17th Centuries - "This
catalog is a collection of 631
detailed biographies on members
of the scientific community during
the 16th and 17th centuries with
vital facts about each individual
and their contributions to science." The
catalog is also searchable.
Virtual Center's Directory
of Sites - Incorporates
the WWW Virtual Library for
the History of Science, Technology,
Medicine, and Industry. A searchable
index of more than 5,000 websites,
many with excerpts and annotations.
Faces of Science: African
Americans in Science - Biographical
profiles of African American
contributors to the history
and development of science
Project - Comprehensive
site dedicated to Galileo, includes,
chronology, instruments, observations, theories, and contemporary scientists.
of Science and Ethics Internet
Resources - Louisiana
of Science Links - Many
disciplines are represented.
Resources for the History of Science - Maintained
by the University of Delaware,
this is site covers science and
Century History of Science
years of Women in Science- This
site lists over 125 names from
our scientific and technical past,
contains biographies, photographs,
and Minorities in Science and Engineering
- Selected Simulations for Interactive Learning Links
Engineering & Technology