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Resources


  • 2011's eureka moments
    "The discovery of an HIV drug treatment, steps towards a malaria vaccine and alien solar systems all feature in a list of scientific achievements."

    (independent.co.uk)
  • Science news highlights of 2011
    "The year 2011 offered up glimpses of Earth-like planets, hints of the Higgs boson and suggestions of a discovery that could turn modern physics on its head.
    Headlines were dominated by the catastrophic earthquake and tsunami in Japan, which resulted in the loss of thousands of lives and plunged the country into a nuclear emergency.
    The BBC News website's science editor Paul Rincon looks back at an eventful year in science and the environment."

    (BBC)
  • Mitsubishi creates giant OLED globe for Tokyo's museum-goers, cloud gazers
    "This year, Tokyo's National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation is celebrating its 10th anniversary -- a milestone that
    Mitsubishi is commemorating with a giant OLED globe. Comprised of over 10,000 Diamond Vision OLEDs (each measuring 96 x 96mm), the six-meter 'Geo-Cosmos' installation will hang about 18 feet above the museum floor, where it will beam clouds and other satellite images at a resolution of 10 million pixels." 

    (engadget.com)

 

 

  • First synthetic virus created
    "The US researchers built the infectious agent from scratch using the genome sequence for polio...
    this synthetic artefact would constitute a simple form of life.
    Responding to criticisms that such research could lead to bioterrorists engineering new lethal viruses, the scientists behind the experiment said
    that only a few people had the knowledge to make it happen."

    (BBC)

 

  • Trailblazing "is 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."

    (trailblazing.royalsociety.org)

 

  • Science museum's top 10 objects
    "The Science Museum in London has chosen a top 10 list of its most significant objects, as part of events marking its centenary...
    The museum's chief curator, Tim Boon, wants the top 10 to spark debate about the value of inventions and discoveries."

    (BBC)

    Steam engine
    V2 rocket engine
    Electric telegraph
    Stephenson's Rocket
    X-ray machine
    Model T Ford
    Penicillin
    Pilot ACE Computer
    DNA double helix
    Apollo 10 capsule

 

 

  • Interactives
    Science
    - Language - History - Art
    (learner.org)
  • HippoCampus
    brings "high-quality multimedia content provided by top educators
    "
    Subjects :
    American Government - Biology - Environmental Science - Religion - US History...
    (hippocampus.org)

 

  • Kids' Crossing + Kids' Crossing in the Classroom
    with "over a dozen of our favorite hands-on science activities for teaching Earth and atmospheric science "
    National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) and University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR), Boulder, Colorado
    (eo.ucar.edu)

 

 

  • Women's Adventures in Science
    "IWASwondering.org is a site from the National Academy of Sciences that showcases the accomplishments of contemporary women in science  and offers young people, especially girls, a look at the various careers of some of today s most prominent scientists." (Education World)

 

 

  • Ology - The American Museum of Natural History's "study of (everything)" site.
    - information, resources and interactive activities about
    archaeology, astronomy, biodiversity, earth, Einstein, genetics, marine biology, paleontology and more.
    (ology.amnh.org)

 

 

  • Exploratorium: the museum of science, art and human perception in San Francisco (exploratorium.edu)
  • Greatest engineering achievements of the 20th century (with History and Timeline)
    "How many of the 20th century's greatest engineering achievements will you use today? A car? Computer? Telephone?
    Explore our list of the top 20 achievements, and learn how engineering shaped a century and changed the world."
    (greatachievements.org)

 

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Biometrics

  • Examples of Biometric Systems (biometrics.org)
    Face - Multimodal - Fingerprint / Palm Print Retinal -
    Hand and Finger Geometry - Vein - Handwriting - Various/Others -
    Iris - Voice/Speaker

 

 

 

Einstein


 


  • Albert Einstein for Kids (albert-einstein.org) :
    - Kids' Exhibition
    - Einstein - Image and Impact
    - How smart was he ?
    - Think like Einstein (PBS)
    "You'll take a look at the same puzzle and see the problem, and you'll have to think about the same things Einstein had to think about to resolve the problem." (avec animations)

 

  • Famous Quotes (thinkexist.com)
    "Put your hand on a hot stove for a minute, and it seems like an hour.
    Sit with a pretty girl for an hour, and it seems like a minute.
    THAT'S relativity."
  • Ology - The American Museum of Natural History's "study of (everything)" site.
    - information, resources and interactive activities about
    archaeology, astronomy, biodiversity, earth, Einstein, genetics, marine biology, paleontology and more.
    (ology.amnh.org)

 

 

 

 

Atomic archive


  • Atomic Archive
    Biographies - Documents - Treaties - Photographs - Videos - Maps - Glossary -
    Nuclear Data - Timeline - Nuclear Fission - Nuclear Fusion

 

  • Nuclear Blast Mapper (PBS)
    "will show you how terribly destructive thermonuclear weapons are.
    Choose a Weapon / Enter Location of Target / DETONATE!"


 

 

 

 

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  • GAMES - interactive (sciencemuseum.org.uk)

 

  • Sciences
    "At the top are the names of 12 different sciences.
    In the boxes below are definitions of what each science is the study of." ( + 3 pages )




 

  • LEARN WITH DRAWINGS : SCIENCE (dessins et questions) - (erp.oissel.onac.org)

 

 

 

Movies


  • BRAINPOP MOVIES (with SOUND and QUIZZES) :
    English - Health - Math - Science- Technology - Social Studies

    (brainpop.com)