Physics News and History
Physlink is an all-purpose site with news, biographies and journals along with tables and equations. It has a special section for educators.
Phys.org is a new site covering a wide range of topics, including physics, earth science, nanotechnology, and engineering. They publish approximately 100 articles every day.
American Institute of Physics has on-line biographies of famous physicists, such as Newton, Einstein and Bohr,and the history of key developments, such as the discovery of electrons.
This AIP exhibit includes a comprehensive of Walter Heisenberg's ideas, such as uncertainty, and connects the history of science with political pressures on scientists during and after WW2.
Einstein – Image and Impact is another AIP exhibit that includes Einstein's thoughtful philosophy, and his rise above a turbulent life. The exhibit contains many pictures, cartoons, voice clips, and essays on Einstein's work on special relativity, Brownian motion, and more.
In addition to the exhibits, American Institute of Physics has archived a number of images, documents and oral history interviews.
Other Areas To Check Out...
• Animals: Wildlife
• Creation of Virtual Museums
• Diverse Exhibits
• Major US and North American Federal Organizations: Environment
• National Resources
• PBS and NPR Resources
• Project Experts
• Research Resources for Teachers and Librarians
• Technology in Learning