Category Archives: History of Science

Magnificent Minds: 16 Pioneering Women in Science and

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The Virtual Pig Dissection - explore the anatomy and various systems of the pig, by means of an online dissection. The State Police Crime Laboratory System is at the forefront of efforts to develop new scientific crime-fighting capabilities and methods, including the use of databanks, high-tech equipment, tele-forensics and training involving the use of simulated crime scenes. From magic lanterns to teaching machines: myths and symbols of the instructional technology revolution in American higher education.

Foolish Physics (A Weird History of Science)

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Current selection is generally limited to secondary literature rather than historic source documents, although facsimile editions of source documents produced by major historic scientific figures are sometimes acquired. With the aid of national partners, the UIS is adapting these instruments to better reflect the structures of developing countries and expand the pool of data. It is the product of a continuing inter-college effort to create a common ground from which to explore the relations between science, technology, and society.

Decoding Our DNA: Craig Venter Vs the Human Genome Project

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Short articles covering Argonne's nuclear energy legacy from the first nuclear reactor to the present. Future additions to the lecture include a section discussing the impact of business microcomputers and mainframes to the history of computing. Areas of research interest may include, but are not limited to microbial ecology, molecular pathogenesis, evolutionary genomics, environmental microbiology and other related topics.

The Sun-Centered Universe and Nicolaus Copernicus

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Explore the rich history of CSIRO in Canberra. In 1781 the astronomer William Herschel (1738-1822) discovered the planet Uranus. Includes information about its initiatives and links to related sites.) (A site jointly sponsored by Arizona State University and the National Science Foundation to give women in STEM careers [science, technology, engineering, mathematics] resources and advice for dealing with issues such as facing a cold or isolating departmental climate, balancing career and personal demands, handling advisor issues, and/or staying motivated and productive despite delays and setbacks to research progress.