 The Academy of Natural Sciences
Founded in 1812, The Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia is the oldest science research institution in the Western Hemisphere and a world leader in the fields of natural science research, education and exhibition. This site contains online exhibits,
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 Aesthetics of the Prime Sequence  Turpel Armand
A brief introduction to prime numbers, with a primality testing applet, a page on primes and music, primes and nucleotide bases, primes graphics, idiot savants and primes, primesrelated software, related links, favorite books, and a special page of Lyapunov
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 AskAScientist Archives  Newton BBS, Argonne National Laboratory
Frequently asked astronomy, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, environmental, general, physics, and mathematics question posts, replies from NEWTON, an Electronic Bulletin Board System (BBS) for Science, Math, and Computer Science K12
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 Biomathematics  Department of Mathematics, Marquette University
Biological modeling refers to the development and analysis of mathematical equations that model biological phenomena. Accurate modeling depends on the interdisciplinary collaboration of mathematicians, biologists, and often other scientists as well; faculty
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 BioTech: Life Sciences Resources and Reference Tools  Indiana University
A searchable site that assists in the location and use of biotechnology resources, including the biotechnology aspects of agriculture, medicine, veterinary science, and molecular biology/biochemistry (pure sciences). An illustrated Dictionary provides
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 Calculators OnLine Center  Martindale's Reference Desk
Online software and Java applets that calculate quantities for a number of general and specific uses. Numerous "calculators" available for Code Translators, Distance/How Far is it?, Finance, Taxes, Grade Point Average, Logic & Syllogism, Navigation/GPS,
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 CelLab  Rudy Rucker and John Walker
Programs to explore cellular automata, for Windows or MSDOS, which allow you to view preset patterns, or create your own rules using Java, C, Basic, or Pascal. Download a copy or subscribe to a mailing list. The substantial User's Manual includes bibliographies
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 Center for Nonlinear Studies (CNLS)  H. Frauenfelder; Los Alamos National Lab, Los Alamos, NM
The CNLS coordinates a broad range of theoretical, experimental, and computational basic research programs in nonlinear science. Research themes include: Multilevel Upscaling in Heterogeneous Porous Media; Nonlinearity in Structural and Electronic Materials;
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 Connected Curriculum Project: CCP Materials  Lawrence C. Moore & David A. Smith, Duke University
Materials for Precalculus, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, and Engineering Math, with application areas in biology, chemistry, economics, engineering, environmental sciences, epidemiology,
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 The Constants and Equations Pages  Jonathan Stott
A growing reference resource providing alphabetically listed categories of some of the more important and useful aspects of maths and special sections on numbers, algebra, trigonometry, integration, differentiation, and SI units and symbols, with in addition
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 Cybernetics and Systems Theory  F. Heylighen; Principia Cybernetica Web
General background material on the field of Cybernetics and Systems Science (also: (General) Systems Theory or Systems Research), an academic domain that touches virtually all traditional disciplines, from mathematics, technology, and biology to philosophy
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 The Dance of Chance Science Museum Exhibit  Center for Polymer Studies, Boston University
An online version of an exhibit focused on the emergence of patterns in Nature from physical and biological processes that appear to be chaotic. Exhibit kiosks, many of which are fractals, include Music of the Heart, Frozen Lightning, Erosion, Viscous
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 DIMACS  Rutgers & Princeton Universities, AT&T Bell Labs, BellCore
The Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, an NSF Science and Technology Center. DIMACS is devoted to the development of the interrelated fields of discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science, among the most rapidly
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 DNA Adds Up  Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
Calculating that 0 + 0 = 0, 1 + 0 = 1, and 0 + 1 = 1 is normally no big deal. When the calculations are done in the lab using DNA molecules, however, these elementary manipulations look considerably more interesting. In the July 12 [1996] Science, a team
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 DNA, Computers, and Killer Apps  Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
When computer scientists look at DNA, they see information storage and processing. They view the four bases of DNA as something akin to the zeros and ones of the binary code by which computers store and process information. They look for algorithms, theorems,
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 Dynamic Web Tools Using webMathematica  Steve Wilson and Mike Martin, Johnson County Community College, Kansas
Interactive Web pages that allow students and faculty to compute and visualize mathematical results directly from a Web browser. Primarily for undergraduate courses, the pages are grouped by categories and a given page may be listed under several categories
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 education.ti.com  Texas Instruments, Inc.
Texas Instruments calculator resources and educational solutions: product information; free program downloads; classroom activities, including both a test prep section and a free, collaborative forum for sharing favorite activities that use TI technology,
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 Emilio Segrč Visual Archives  American Institute of Physics (AIP)
A collection of some 25,000 historical photographs, slides, lithographs, engravings, and other visual materials, focusing on American physicists and astronomers of the twentieth century, but including many scientists in Europe and elsewhere, in other
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 Environmental Sciences Division (ESD)  Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)
A multidisciplinary research and development organization whose mission is to understand and evaluate how the development and use of energy affect the environment. The division conducts basic and applied research, assesses environmental impacts of projects
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 Ethics in Science  Dept. of Chemistry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute
A bibliography of publications that pertain to ethics and misconduct in science; Internetbased resources related to ethics and misconduct in science, including hyperlinks to online professional codes of conduct; Selected Essays on Ethics in Science (the
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 Evolutionary Dynamics  Daniel Rosenbloom
Problem sets and links to reference books for modeling dynamical systems in evolutionary biology. Course Assistant Rosenbloom's Mathematica tutorials and examples include two HIV scenarios (simple virus dynamics, and virus dynamics for multiple strains)
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 Examining How Mathematics is Used in the Workplace  Annie and John Selden; Mathematical Association of America
Abstracts of studies on how much mathematics is used in various occupations: Mathematics in Automobile Production; Proportional Reasoning by Nurses; Modeling the Mathematics of Banking; Mathematical Models as Seen by Biologists; How do Scientists Interpret
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 ExploreLearning.com  ExploreLearning
A library of virtual manipulatives called "Gizmos", primarily for grades 312, in math and science. Math topics include the major strands of instruction according to national standards, as well as developmental math, college algebra and collegelevel
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 Exploring the Space of Cellular Automata  Langton, Hayden, Gutowitz, Carr, Fraser
Cellular automata (CA) are discrete space/time logical universes, obeying their own local physics according to given rules. Space in CA is partitioned into discrete volume elements called "cells" and time progresses in discrete steps. Each cell of space
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 Fermilab Education Office
Online explorations for students and teachers, plus information about field trips to Fermilab, student collaborations with Fermilab, student and teacher workshops, and links to other math and science education resources.
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 Florida Museum of Natural History (FLMNH)  Gainesville, FL, USA
The largest natural history museum in the southern United States, holding more than 16,000,000 specimens of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fishes, mollusks, butterflies, vertebrate and invertebrate fossils, recent and fossil plants, and associated
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 Fractals: Nature's Numbers?  Daryl Hepting, University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Exploring the connections between nature and numbers. Contents include: Can numbers describe nature? (musical scales, sunflower heads, coastlines, clouds); Nature's dynamics (predator/prey, butterfly effect, symmetry in chaos, the Mandelbrot set); and
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 The Generalized Theory of Life  Vyacheslav L. Kalmykov; Institute of Cell Biophysics, Russian Academy of Sciences
A paper that presents an integrally generalized theory or conceptualization of life that includes elements of an axiomatic approach and is physically interpretable, formulated as the result of attempts to invent a holistic system of creative synthetic
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 Genetic Algorithms Archive  Alan C. Schultz, Naval Research Laboratory
A repository for information related to research in genetic algorithms. Contents include: Calendar of ECrelated events; GAList Archive: back issues, source code, information; Links to other GArelated information; Links to EC research groups' home pages;
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 Geometric Topology  Albert P. Carpenter
Photos of paper models both mathematical and molecular in nature "based on a new methodology for cognitive mathematics": tori and handlebodies, annuli and sieves, knots, Mobius strips and structures, exploded cluster polyhedra, and more.
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 Geometry In Action  David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine
A collection of applications of computational geometry: areas in which ideas from discrete and computational geometry (meaning mainly lowdimensional Euclidean geometry) meet some real world applications, with brief descriptions of those applications
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 The Golden Ratio  Andi, Mel, and Shuj
An introduction to the golden ratio, also known as phi: its connection to the Fibonacci sequence, related constructions (star, line segment, rectangle, and spiral), and connections to biology, history, and aesthetics. Site also includes a glossary and
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 Habitable Planet Interactive Labs  Annenberg Media
Use this set of interactive labs from the Annenberg Media course "The Habitable Planet" to explore the intersection of math and science. Labs tie together common concepts around the themes of carbon, demographics, disease, ecology, and energy. Each lab
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 High School Homework
Highschoolhomework offers homework help in the following subjects  algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, biology, chemistry, physics and economics.
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 History of Science, Technology, and Medicine  WWW Virtual Library (WWWVL)
A searchable online service established to keep track of information facilities in the history of science, technology and medicine. Sites are available alphabetically or by scientific field, source, exhibitions, institutions, regions, a historical biographical
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 Internet Resources for Science and Mathematics Education  Tom O'Haver, Maryland Collaborative for Teacher Preparation
A list of online resources for education;
mathematics,
integrated science and mathematics, other sciences, computers and technology, downloadable software, K12 school pages, multicultural connections, subject catalogs and indices, search engines,
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 Introduction to Linear Models: Math 30  Therese A. Stukel; Dartmouth College
An introductory course covering simple linear regression, multiple regression, and analysis of variance, as well as statistical modelbuilding strategies. Regression diagnostics, analysis of complex data sets and scientific writing skills are emphasized.
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 The JASON Project
A yearround scientific expedition designed to excite and engage students in science and technology, and to motivate and provide professional development for teachers. The project mounts a twoweek scientific expedition each year. The team conducts research
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 John Conway's Game of Life  Stephen Stuart
The Game of Life is played on a field of cells, each of which has eight neighbors (adjacent cells). A cell is either occupied (by an organism) or not. The rules for deriving a generation from the previous one are these: Death  If an occupied cell has
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 Jones and Bartlett Publishers
Publisher of textbooks, professional and reference books, and multimedia products in a variety of disciplines including mathematics. Publications range from introductory to graduate level in the college market and from practitioners to specialists in
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 Journal of Difference Equations and Applications
This journal presents papers on difference equations and the academic, analytical and engineering problems in which they arise. The journal is composed of original research, expository and review articles, as well as papers that present new concepts in
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 Martin Flashman  Department of Mathematics, Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA
Papers by Martin Flashman: "Solving Calculus Problems without Calculus"; "Dynamic Visualization of Calculus"; "Differential Equations: A Motivating Theme for Sensible Calculus." See also The Sensible Calculus Program, a draft text description in progress;
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 Maryland Virtual High School of Science and Mathematics (MVHS)
Maryland students and teachers use the Internet to collaborate with peers in carrying out visually compelling, computational science explorations. Classroom projects and ideas include collaborative projects, system dynamics activities, and computational
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 Math and Sciences  Canada's SchoolNet
Annotated lists of science and math resources for: biology and health, chemistry, environment and ecology, mathematics, physics, and technology, with an emphasis on Canadian sites.
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 Math Awareness Month (MAM)  Joint Policy Board for Mathematics (JPBM)
Mathematics Awareness Month  formerly Math Awareness Week (MAW)  is held each April to increase public understanding of and appreciation for mathematics. Since 1991, yearly themes and activities at the local, state, and regional levels have included
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 Math Community of Interest  TeacherVision; The Learning Network
Lesson plans by grade level, lesson features, printable worksheets, online student activities, references and research aids, teaching tips, and parental advice.
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 Mathematical BBS (Mathematics)  Mathematics Dept., Univ. of Ferrara, Italy
Collections of resources: Associations, Departments, Disciplines, Journals, Industrial mathematics, the mathematician. Disciplines include: Algebra; Algebraic geometry; Analysis; Applied Mathematics; Categories; Combinatorics; Complex analysis; Computational
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 Mathematical Biology Pages  Brandeis University
In contemporary biology there are many areas which depend heavily on rather advanced mathematics. This site demonstrates a few of these through Shockwave, Java, and JavaScript explorations. Dixon's Population Pages (exponential growth, nonlinear terms
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 Mathematical Circles Topics  Tom Davis
Mathematical Circles are for students of high school age or younger who want to increase their abilities to reason about mathematical problems. Students who study in circles learn to do mathematical olympiadstyle problems (essay or proofs, not quick
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 Mathematical, Computational & Modeling Sciences Center (MCMSC)
A community of quantitative scientists and mathematicians "driven to contribute to the solution of problems in the biological, environmental, and social sciences." Drawing on mathematics, modeling, statistics, simulation, and other quantitative methods,
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