ANU Bioinformatics Hypermedia Server
- he ANU BioInformatics Facility is a small group of researchers and programmers
located within the Research School of Biological Sciences. It is affiliated
with ANU's Centre for Molecular Structure and Function (CMSF), Centre for
Information Science Research (CISR), and Supercomputer Facility (ANUSF). (John's
note: Wonky Bio-tech)
Archaeological Institute of America
- The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA) has been dedicated to the
encouragement and support of archaeological research and publication and to
the protection of the world's cultural heritage for more than a century.
Armchair Scientist - oing Science being comfortably seated in your own
armchair, keeping up with the most advanced researches, sharing your work
with scientists everywhere in the world, exchanging ideas, theories, challenges.
A new way to be a "global" scientist-philosopher. ...and don't forget
that Science is also curiosity, wonder and fun!
Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron - This
laboratory performs basic research in high-energy and particle physics as
well as in the production and application of synchrotron radiation.
Exploratorium - Housed within
the walls of the Palace of Fine Arts, the Exploratorium is a collage of 650
interactive exhibits in the areas of science, art, and human perception. The
Exploratorium stands in the vanguard of the movement of the "museum as
educational center." It provides access to, and information about, science,
nature, art and technology.
Future Horizons -
a small research and developtment group dedicated to making secret, supressed
and controversial information accessible to interested individuals. Our goal
is to develop new advanced technologies and concepts and help move mankind
into the 21st century and beyond.
Scientific American -
Each month, we will bring you the best of the current issue -- augmented to
take advantage of the unique capabilities of the WWW. You will find many of
your favorite magazine features here, as well as at least two major articles
in their entirety, with links that let you connect directly to the researchers
and their work. This site will include a number of features updated weekly
and available only to readers of the Scientific American Online edition.
U.S. Geological Survey - The U.S. Geological
Survey provides the Nation with reliable, impartial information to describe
and understand the Earth. (John's note: Everything you
ever wanted to know about earthquakes)