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Linus Pauling Research Notebooks     View
This site offers digital displays of Nobel Prize-winner (1954 chemistry and 1962 peace prize) Linus Pauling's 46 research notebooks, spanning the years 1922-1994. "The notebooks contain many of Pauling's laboratory calculations and experimental ...

Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS)     View
The UCS "augment[s] rigorous scientific analysis with innovative thinking and committed citizen advocacy to build a cleaner, healthier environment and a safer world." Programs address global warming, advanced vehicle technologies, energy, i ...

Emilio Sergè Visual Archives     View
This searchable collection of photographs and other visual materials "focuses on American physicists and astronomers of the twentieth century, but includes many scientists in Europe and elsewhere, in other fields related to physics, and in earli ...

Scientists and the Franklin Institute: Making Their Cases     View
"The Franklin Institute's Case Files are a unique repository in the history of science and exist as the documentary record of The Franklin Awards program which, since 1824, has recognized outstanding scientific achievement, across all scientific ...

The Field Museum's Women in Science     View
Read interviews with 13 women about why they chose careers in the sciences. All women work at the Field natural history museum in Chicago. The interviewees include an anthropologist, geologist, botanists, zoologists, and experts in exhibits and in en ...

Her Lab in Your Life: Women in Chemistry     View
This companion to a traveling exhibition "frames the stories of women chemists in a series of 12 colorful thematic stations." Topics include chemistry and the human body (DNA, enzymes), medicine, food, style (cosmetics, high-tech fabrics), ...

Women of Science at the MBL     View
Profiles of women who studied at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL) in Woods Hole, Massachusetts, in its early days. "Founded in 1888, [MBL] was unusual for its time in that it encouraged the enrollment of women students of science on an equ ...

NEWTON's Ask A Scientist archive     View
An archive of questions received and answers composed through NEWTON's Ask A Scientist service for K-12 students and educators. The following subjects are represented: astronomy, biology, botany, chemistry, computer, general science, engineering, en ...

Responsible Conduct of Research: Conflicts of Interest     View
This teaching module aims to instruct the reader how to define the different types of conflicts of interest that arise during scientific and medical research at universities, "and also identify conflicts of interest at the individual, institutio ...

Model Language Unveiled to Help Clinical Researchers Disclose Financial Conflicts     View
This 2007 article describes how "experts at Johns Hopkins University, Duke University, and Wake Forest University have published new language designed to help clinical researchers better disclose their financial interests in research." Incl ...




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