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General Resources on History of Science and Technology
4000 Years of Women in Science (Department of Physics & Astronomy, U. Alabama)
Catalog of the Scientific Community in the 16th and 17th Centuries (numerous biographies) (Richard S. Westfall, Indiana U.)
ECHO: Science and Technology ("Cataloguing, Annotating, and Reviewing Sites on the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine") George Mason U.)
History of Science on the World Wide Web (numerous links, arranged by topic) U. of Oklahoma)
Internet History of Science Sourcebook (links to primary documents, arranged by subject) (Paul Halsall, U. North Florida)
Society for the History of Technology [SHOT] ("An interdisciplinary organization, SHOT is concerned not only with the history of technological devices and processes, but also with the relations of technology to science, politics, social change, the arts and humanities, and economics. ")
Eric Weisstein's World of Scientific Biography (Eric Weisstein)
The Archives of Women in Science and Engineering (archives, exhibits, links, and more) (Iowa State U.)
The Alchemy Web Site (texts, articles, links, images, and other resources) (Adam McLean)
Appletons' Cyclopaedia of Applied Mechanics (Roger Corrie)
19th-Century Scientific American On Line (issues from the 1840's in HTML) (Roger Corrie)
The Australian Science Archives Project  (informational articles, images, and more) (U. of Melbourne)
The Caltech Institute Archives (archives, photographs, oral memories, and more)
Selected Classic Papers of the History of Chemistry (archived articles, with annotation) (Le Moyne C.)
Hartlib Papers Project (working papers, treatises, and scientific diaries of the 17th-century polymath Samuel Hartlib, c.1660-1662, and of his collaborators and contacts) (U. Sheffield)
Charle's Knight's Penny Magazine of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (1832-45) (Roger Corrie)
Astronomy and Physics History
AIP Center for History of Physics Newsletter 
History of Archaeoastronomy, Ancient Astronomy and Ethnoastronomy (links)(Wolfgang R. Dick)
Astronomia Historiae: History of Astronomy (articles and links arranged by topic) (Wolfgang R. Dick)
NASA History Office (links, resources, data, and more) (Steven Dick, NASA)
Physics Around the World: History of Science & Science Museums (very deep page of links to history of science resources, hosted by the State U. of New York) (M. Karttunen, G. Nowotny)
Center for History of Physics (Archives, resources, links, and more) (American Institute of Physics)
History of Psychology Resource Guide (bibliographies, links, and more) (Miriam E. Joseph, St. Louis U.)
History of Astronomy (Wolfgang R. Dick)
Charles Bazerman (U. California, Santa Barbara), "Forums of Validation and Forms of Knowledge: The Magical Rhetoric of Otto von Guericke's Sulfur Globe" (1993) (Configurations)
Bell's Path to the Telephone (essay) (Michael E. Gorman, U. of Virginia)
Early Classics in Biogeography, Distribution, and Diversity Studies: To 1950  (archived texts, bibliographies, and more) (Charles H. Smith, Western Kentucky U.)
Sudheer Birodkar Ancient India's Contribution to Our World's Material (Temporal) Culture  (e-book, with chapters on ancient technology, science, and culture, with numerou simages and citations within each article)
The History of Computing (archived columns, conference information, articles, and more) (J.A.N. Lee, Virginia tech U.)
Evolution: Theory and History (Museum of Paleontology, U. California, Berkeley)
Galilei, Galileo: Domus Galilaeana, Ministero per i Beni Culturali (world of Galileo; in Italian) (Institute for Research in History of Science, Pisa, Italy)
Galileo (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
The Geometry of War 1500-1750 (virtual exhibits, focused on technological dimensions of warfare) (Museum of the History of Science, Oxford)
George Eastman and his Development of Kodak Equipment (Holly McLeod & Michelle Rose, U. of Rochester)
History of the Microscope (articles rranged by topic) (Miami U., Ohio)
Johnston-Lavis Literature Collection (collection of rare books owned by the volcanologist, Dr Henry James Johnston-Lavis) (Amy Robinson, U.College London)
Thomas Kuhn
@BRINT: A Business Researcher's Interests -- A Tribute to Thomas Kuhn ("compilation of papers from various disciplinary perspectives that have been influenced by the thinking of Thomas S. Kuhn") (Yogesh Malhotra)
Dan MacIsaac, "The Pedagogical Implications of Parallels between Kuhn's Philosophy of Science and Piagets' Model of Cognitive Development" (1991) 
Leonoardo da Vinci: From inspiration to innovation  (virtual exhibit, with viewable reproductions of the Codex Arundel, a 16th-century manuscript, as well as background articles, and more; in the Treasures collection) (the British Library, London, UK)
A Leonardo da Vinci Notebook (Codex Arundel) (British Library exhibit)
Brief History of Marconi's Three Trans-Atlantic Radio Stations in Cape Breton (online resources and pictures relating to the radio inventor) (Stephen Manley & Chad MacDonald)
History of Mathematics in Asia (links to images of calendars and an article on Chinese mathematics, plus images and overview) (Saxakali.com)
Maya Adventure (virtual exhibits, using scientific activities to explore Maya civilization; includes a photograph page) (Science Museum of Minnesota)
Medicine History
History of Biomedicine (links and articles arranged by region and time-period) (Karolinska Institute, Stockholm)
Chimed: The History of Chinese Medicine (links and articles, program information, and more) (Albion C.)
Medicina Antiqua / Ancient Medicine ("Greco-Roman medicine and medical thought from Mycenaean times until the fall of the Roman empire") (Lee T. Pearcy, The Episcopal Academy, Merion, Pennsylvania)
Medieval Medicine and Biology (illustrations and commentary on the classical Greek medical authorities) (Vatican Library)
HistMed: The History of Medicine Group at Emory University . (program information, resources)
Medieval Science
Anatomical Illustration (late 13th-C. scientific drawing) (Bodleian Library)
AVISTA (Association Villard de Nonnecourt for the Interdisciplinary Study of Medieval Technology, Science and Art) (links, resources, and more)
The Medieval Science Page (links arranged by topic) (James McNelis)
NetSerf: Medieval Science & Technology (History Dept., Catholic U. of America)
Science and Technology
Medieval Cosmology (Frank T. McAndrew, Knox College)
The Medieval Experimental Museum (a living history center that performs historically accurate reconstructions)(Medieval Centre, Denmark)
The Astrolabe (discussion of the technology involved, including a downloadable electronic astrolabe) (James E. Morrison)
Nicholas Whyte (Queen's U. of Belfast) Astronomy and Astrology in the 12th Century 
The Medieval Bestiary (homepage linking to e-texts, articles, descriptions of bestiary manuscripts, and to a massive bibliogrpahy on medieval animals) (David Badke)
Medieval Cosmology (includes illustration of Ptolemaic geocentric model)(Luminarium)
Medieval Science and Scientific Instruments (Richard A. Paselk, Humboldt U.)
The Medieval Science Page (numerous links, arranged by topic) (James McNelis)
The Medieval Technology Pages (arranged by subject) (Paul J. Gans, New York U.)
The Planets and Their Children: A Blockbook of Medieval Popular Astrology ("a hypermedia presentation of a blockbook or "Planetenbuch", in which I have attempted to make the 15th-century experience of reading a popular astrology text accessible to a modern, nonspecialist audience") (Marianne Hansen)
Mythical Plants of the Middle Ages from the Goodcookery site, based on the writings of Ernst & Johanna Lehner and William A. Emboden)
David Chart Starry Messenger ("Phase I of the Electronic History of Astronomy developed in the Whipple Museum of the History of Science and the Department of History and Philosophy of Science") (Sachiko Kusukawa and Liba Taub, Trinity College, Cambridge)
MendelWeb ("resource for teachers and students interested in the origins of classical genetics, introductory data analysis, elementary plant science, and the history and literature of science") (Roger B. Blumberg)
The International Commission on the History of Meteorology (program information, bibliographies, and more) (Colby C., Waterville, ME)
Isaac Newton Resources (annotated links on Newton's history and works) (Isaac newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, UK)
NOAA History (numerous articles and resources on the NOAA and related agencies) (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA)
Virtual Guide to the History of Russian Science and Technology (archives, bibliographies, and more) (Massachusetts I. of Technology)
Space History (NASA)
Alan Turing Page (Andrew Hodges)
Victorian Science: An Overview (articles and links arranged by topic; part of the Victorian Web site) (John van Wyhe, National U. of Singapore and Cambridge U.)
Victorian Technology: An Overview (part of the Victorian Web; articles and links arranged by topic, including the Industrial Revolution, factories, railway systems, and more) (George Landow, Brown U.)
Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen (discovered X-Rays on November 8, 1895; historical data and nice photos both of Roetgen's work place and machines and of his xrays; German text only)(Michael Stegmann)

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