- All Academic search engine
Online abstract management software and conference management software. The online solution for abstract submission, peer review, conference scheduling, and conference program generation for your annual meeting or convention. Abstract submission, paper and session submissions. Online peer review (statistical and non-statistical) plus comments to authors and association chairs. Mu
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by 2 users (all private)
- American Scientist
PAST ISSUE Description
issue keyword past
by 2 users
- Bradshaw Foundation
Rock Art Cave Paintings Archeology Anthropology
Bradshaw Foundation Rock Art site, features rock art and cave art paintings from around the world. Includes articles on archaeology, anthropology, migration, prehistory, paleolithic rock art and cave paintings.
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by 3 users
- Climate Audit
by 3 users
by 27 users
America's Wildlife Resource, provided by the National Wildlife Federation.
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- Evolving Thoughts
This is a list of the Basic Concepts posts being put up by Science Bloggers and others.
- Experiments in Physics
- Feynman Diagrams
covers attractive vs. repulsive forces
- Google Tech Talks
by 4 users
Video of Karen Armstrong talking with Robert Wright about <i>Complete Interview</i>. More from Karen Armstrong and other speakers inside.
- NASA Advanced Propulsion
Lectures on science in the next century will be held at Marshall Space Flight Center during February 9-12, 1998. Relativistic physics, and next generation propulsion techniques are among the topics.
- NASA Homepage
by 48 users
- NCDC: Climate Monitoring
- NOAA Ocean Explorer
- Orion Quantum Computer Anti-Hype FAQ
Sample question: Q: Thanks to D-Wave Systems — a startup company that’s been in the news lately for its soon-to-be-unveiled “Orion” quantum computer — is humanity now on the verge of being able to solve NP-complete problems in polynomial time? A: No. We’re also not on the verge of being able to build perpetual-motion machines or travel faster than light.
- Plate Tectonics
- Popular Science
by 16 users
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