Trailblazing http://trailblazing.royalsociety.org/ Welcome to Trailblazing, an interactive timeline for everybody with an interest in science. Compiled by scientists, science communicators and historians – and co-ordinated by Professor Michael Thompson FRS – it celebrates three and a half centuries of scientific endeavour and has been launched to commemorate the Royal Society’s 350th anniversary in 2010.
Trailblazing is a user-friendly, ‘explore-at-your-own-pace’, virtual journey through science. It showcases sixty fascinating and inspiring articles selected from an archive of more than 60,000 published by the Royal Society between 1665 and 2010.
Classic Chemistry compiled by Carmen Giunta http://web.lemoyne.edu/~giunta/#courses Classic Chemistry compiled by Carmen Giunta
The principal purpose of this site is to post the texts of several classic papers from the history of chemistry.
This site also contains pointers to a few other chemistry-related sites. In early July 1996, "This Week in the History of Chemistry" debuted, including links to sites about the listed person or events. I intend to continue to add more classic papers. In addition, I will expand the texts of some papers which are currently listed as excerpts.
Popular Science Magazine : Back Copies Online http://tinyurl.com/5g465b Popular Science Magazine
Google have archived all the old copies of Popular Science Magazine
An excellent source to look at recent history of science.
Museum of the History of Science http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/ Museum of the History of Science : University of Oxford
The present collection of the Museum preserves the material relics of past science. As a department of the University of Oxford, the Museum has a role both in making these relics available for study by historians who are willing to look beyond the traditional confines of books and manuscripts as well as presenting them to the visiting public.
The objects represented - of which there are approximately 10,000 - cover almost all aspects of the history of science, from antiquity to the early twentieth century.
The British Society for the History of Science http://www.bshs.org.uk/ The British Society for the History of Science
Welcome to the website of the BSHS: the main organisation in the British Isles working to bring together people with an interest in the histories of science, technology and medicine and their changing relationship with society.
Science History Publication http://www.shpltd.co.uk/hs.html Science History Publication
History of Science is devoted to the history of science, medicine and technology from earliest times to the present day. Articles discussing methodology, and reviews of the current state of knowledge and possibilities for future research, are especially welcome.
Internet History of Science Sourcebook http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/science/sciencesbook.html Internet History of Science Sourcebook
This page is a subset of texts derived from the three major online Sourcebooks ....
Internet Ancient History Sourcebook | Internet Medieval Sourcebook | Internet Modern History Sourcebook |
The Chemical Heritage Foundation http://www.chemheritage.org/ The Chemical Heritage Foundation serves the community of the chemical and molecular sciences, and the wider public, by treasuring the past, educating the present, and inspiring the future.
In fulfillment of our mission, this site offers many tools for the researcher, the student, and those who want to explore and discover how the chemical and molecular sciences have changed the world in which we live.
The Center for History of Physics http://www.aip.org/history/ The Center for History of Physics preserves and makes known the history of modern physics and allied fields.
This site also includes the Emilio Segre Visual Archives : more than 25,000 photographs and other visual materials showing the human face of science.
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