Current Awareness Services

ICT-WEB Alert

ICT-WEB Alert is a monthly electronic service, delivered by the Resource Centre on the Intranet for the DA-IICT community. Web sites in this Alert are collected from different sources and newsletters and are verified by RC staff. The purpose of introducing this service is to create awareness of new sources of information on the Internet, particularly those which are of interest and relevant for the DA-IICT community. Most of the sources cited in the Alert were checked at the time of publication, however it is possible that some of the resources are no longer available. These monthly lists are posted below beginning from March, 2007.


  • .IN Registry: India's Official .IN Domain Name Registry

    IN is the official Internet domain of India. Once available to only a small group, .IN domain names will soon be available to everyone who wants one. Companies, individuals, and organizations in India and abroad will be eligible. Show your pride by using a .IN domain name -- the symbol of India's future!


  • 10 Universities offering free science course online

    From the Education Portal. Some of the world's most prestigious universities now offer free science courses online.


  • 100 incredibly useful and intresting Websites

    Even as the Web has become more entertaining and certainly better looking over the past 15 years, it has also become much more useful and practical, as the 100 sites in this feature will demonstrate.


  • 1000 Invention

    1000inventions is operated by IFIA. It is an online market-place for technology consisting of offers for sale or licensing of inventions and new products from IFIA members or not. 1000inventions is a unique Internet site and database among online marketing inventions from the point of view of the number of the countries of origin of the inventions published: 100+ countries.


  • 10x10

    Current News : 100 Words and Pictures that Define the Time.


  • 12Manage

    12manage is a management portal that summarizes over 400 management methods and theories and explains over 1500 management terms, combining scientific rigor with practical relevance. The methods and theories are classified into 12 (partly overlapping) management disciplines, which are:


  • 2. Electronic courseware in higher education

    An article by Maureen C. Minielli and S. Pixy Ferris which appeared in FirstMonday, September 2005.


  • 2.0 website directory

    2.0 Websites is a web directory for those interested in what?s available and happening in the Web 2.0 arena.


  • 2collab

    From Elsevier, the world's leading publisher of science, technology and medical (STM) information. This is an online platform for scientific collaboration, which supports researchers by working as a community to filter information and enhance information literacy.


  • AbbreviatioZ.com

    Launched on 2001, AbbreviationZ.com is the largest human-edited acronyms and abbreviations directory on the internet with more than 350,000 entries classified by over 120 different categories and sub-categories. The new innovative meta-search feature allows users, who are searching for acronyms and abbreviations definitions on the local AbbreviationZ.com directory, to locate additional meanings on the internet by using a meta-search engine, which is based on proprietary natural-language-processing algorithms, that lookup and parse multiple search-engines simultaneously.


  • Abebooks

    Abebooks is the world's largest online marketplace for books. Whether it's new, secondhand, rare, or out-of-print, you can find it here, through our community of over 13,500 independent booksellers selling 80 million books from around the globe.


  • about learning

    Report of the Learning Working Group


  • Abstract Algebra Online

    This site contains many of the definitions and theorems from the area of mathematics generally called abstract algebra. It is intended for undergraduate students taking an abstract algebra class at the junior/senior level, as well as for students taking their first graduate algebra course. This site is organized by chapter wise. The page containing the Table of Contents also contains an index of definitions and theorems, which can be searched for detailed references on subject area pages.


  • AC/UNU Millennium project - Global challenges facing humanity: Challenges in science and technology

    The Millennium Project of the American Council for the United Nations University (AC/UNU) is a global initiative with research think tanks of futurists, scholars, business planners and policy makers who work for international organizations, governments, corporations, NGOs and universities. The purpose of the Millennium Project is to serve as an international utility to assist in organizing the future research by updating and improving humanity's thinking about the future and making these thoughts and ideas available to geographically and institutionally dispersed think tanks. It addresses various challenges facing the humanity and the current challenge in science and technology is - how can scientific and technological breakthroughs be accelerated to improve the human condition? The website briefly describes the present scenario wherein the scientists have been successful in creating microbial fuel cells, visually imaging 60 nanometer objects, demonstrating quantum entanglement of three macroscopic objects, identifying gene variants for schizophrenia, depression, and other mental diseases, using implanted chips in human brains, using surgical robots and so on. It further addresses the enormous risks involved in the application of these new technologies and scientific developments. It gives a regional description of the status of science and technology and invites the users to participate in an online survey. The results of the survey will be included in 2009 State of the Future to be published in August 2009. The global challenges in the other areas can be accessed from the homepage of the Millennium Project website.


  • Academic

    Academici offers you the chance of extending networks and tapping into the know-how of your peers in and across disciplines, it offers a wide variety of academic services and acts as a key resource base for academic and academic-related work. The virtual academy is aimed specifically at the academic world.


  • Academic and Scholar Search Engines and Sources

    Internet MiniGuide Annotated Link Compilation white paper titled "Academic and Scholar Search Engines and Sources" is a 32 page research paper listing selected resources both new and existing that will help anyone who is attempting to find academic and scholarly information and knowledge available on the Internet. Each source is described along with the URL address than can be accessed. It is freely available as a .pdf file (966KB) at the above link from the Virtual Private Library? and authored by Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A.


  • Academic Earth Free video course from leading university

    Academic Earth is an organization founded with the goal of giving everyone on earth access to a world-class education.


  • Academic Info : Educational Subject Directory, Online Degree Programs and Test Preparation Resources

    Academic Info is an online subject directory of over 25,000 hand-picked educational resources for high school and college students as well as a directory of online degree programs for University of Phoenix, ITT Technical Institute, Kaplan, DeVry and admissions test preparation resources for SAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GMAT, USMLE, TOEFL.


  • ACAP (Automated Content Access Protocol)

    ACAP (Automated Content Access Protocol) is being developed as an industry standard by the publishing industry, working with search engines and other technical and commercial partners.


  • Access Grid [An interface to Grid middleware and visualization environments]

    "The Access Grid is an ensemble of resources including multimedia large-format displays, presentation and interactive environments, and interfaces to Grid middleware and to visualization environments". The Access Grid differs from desktop-to-desktop tools that focus on individual communication. These resources are used to support group-to-group interactions across the Grid for activities such as large-scale distributed meetings, collaborative work sessions, seminars, lectures, tutorials and training. The Access Grid is now used at over 150 institutions worldwide. Each institution has one or more AG nodes or "designed spaces" that contain the high-end audio and visual technology needed to provide a high-quality compelling user experience. The nodes are also used as a research environment for the development of distributed data and visualization corridors and for the study of issues relating to collaborative work in distributed environments


  • Accridetation.org

    Accreditation.org is a joint effort of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), IBM and the New York Hall of Science intended to provide the general public with on-line resources on accreditation of academic programs in engineering, engineering technology and computing. The portal is managed by the IEEE Educational Activities Board. The purposes of the portal are educational and informational and its target audience is all people interested in pertinent accreditation topics, including practitioners of engineering, technology, and computing; students, teachers and administrators of educational programs in these fields; and decision makers in governmental, industrial and private organizations.


  • Acoustics Research Letters Online (ARLO)

    Acoustics Research Letters Online (ARLO) is an electronic letters journal of The Acoustical Society of America (ASA) devoted to research in all fields of acoustics. ARLO is a rapid publication journal and accepts multimedia content.


  • ActionFront Emergency Data Recovery Services

    We provide a high success ratio for all types of data recovery. We also offer free information on letting the consumer do their own recovery.


  • Add all.com

    AddALL is a comparison shopping book search engine. "Search and Compare among 40+ sites, 20,000 sellers, millions of books."


  • Adelphi Charter

    The Adelphi Charter on Creativity, Innovation and Intellectual Property responds to one of the most profound challenges of the 21st century.How to ensure that everyone has access to ideas and knowledge, and that intellectual property laws do not become too restrictive. The Charter sets out new principles for copyrights and patents, and calls on governments to apply a new public interest test.


  • Aduiri system ltd.

    Adiuri Systems Ltd was formed in 2002 to commercially develop the research work carried out by the Universities of Bath and Bristol as part of the IDEA (Information for Design Engineering in Aerospace) project.


  • Advance network technologies Division

    The Advanced Network Technologies Division is part of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) Information Technology Laboratory (ITL).


  • Advanced Level Telecommunication Training Center, Ghaziabad

    The Advanced Level Telecommunication Training Center, Ghaziabad - India, located about 30 Km. from New Delhi, is a unit of Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, a Government of India Enterprise. It was set-up as a joint venture of ITU, UNDP and Govt. of India. Since its inception in 1975, ALTTC has been catering to the training needs of Telecom Administrators of India and the member countries of ESCAP as well as the APT. The traininig of the probationary officers of the Indian Telecom Service, Indian Post & Telecom Accounts & Finance Service and P&T Building Work Service is conducted at the center.


  • Advanced Materials Technology Incubator (AMTI)

    ARCI has its own Technology incubator, spread over 10 acres of land. Incubator has the requisite infrastructure to attract entrepreneurs to incubate ARCI technologies before they launch commercial operations. AMTI has been promoted by ARCI & NSTEDB, Department of Science & Technology,Govt of India for entrepreneurs commercializing 'Advanced Materials Technologies' developed by ARCI/other academic institutions/Universities. AMTI provides needed interface between the industry/entrepreneurs and R & D.


  • AGA Khan Foundation

    The Aga Khan Foundation is a non-denominational, international development agency established in 1967 by His Highness the Aga Khan. Its mission is to develop and promote creative solutions to problems that impede social development, primarily in Asia and East Africa. Created as a private, non-profit foundation under Swiss law, it has branches and independent affiliates in 15 countries.


  • AgNIC

    AgNIC is a guide to quality agricultural information on the Internet as selected by the National Agricultural Library, Land-Grant Universities, and other institutions.


  • AgNIC Portal

    Started in 1995, the Agriculture Network Information Center (AgNIC), is part of a collaborative alliance between various libraries and extension programs at different universities and other institutions. This partnership is designed to bring quality agricultural information to those parties and to the general public as well. Starting at the Center's homepage, visitors can view their featured site, search the entire contents, or look at the portal's features in detail. Visitors can also browse by topic, which include such subjects as entomology, plant science, and rural and agricultural sociology. Within each topic, visitors will find a host of informative resources, such as the proceedings of relevant conferences, plant and insect management guides and notes on how to maintain an optimal environment for dairy cows. Finally, visitors can also browse through a very well-maintained calendar of events and a news center.


  • AGORA: Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture

    Access to Global Online Research in Agriculture (AGORA) is an initiative to provide free access to major scientific journals in agriculture and related biological, environmental and social sciences to public institutions in developing countries. Launched in October 2003, AGORA will provide access to 800 journals from the world's leading academic publishers. Led by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, the goal of AGORA is to increase the quality and effectiveness of agricultural research, education and training in low-income countries, and in turn, to improve food security. Researchers, policy-makers, educators, students, technical workers and extension specialists will have access to high-quality, relevant and timely agricultural information via the Internet.


  • Agropedia

    agropedia is a digital knowledge repository with the open platform for learning and sharing information related to Indian agriculture. The content is semantically catalogued and easy to find. This agricultural encyclopaedia is being designed as a sub project of the knowledge management initiative of National Agricultural Innovation Project(www.naip.icar.org.in) in support of agriculturalextension and outreach.


  • AISWorld Net - Association for Information Systems

    The website is a portal of resources for information management scholars and practitioners. It intends to be a knowledge repository by providing access to information related to research, teaching and professional activities at a single point. The resources provided here cater to the information needs of the information systems researchers and educators working in colleges and universities throughout the world. It offers information about several topics such as theories in information system research, design, qualitative and quantitative research, instruments in information systems, professional ethics, research task repository, Decision Support Systems (DSS), global IT, net based customer service, u-Commerce and so on. Membership information and other details about the organisation are available at the website.


  • Albert Einstein Archive

    The goal of the Albert Einstein Archives is to preserve the archival material, expand our current holdings, enhance accessibility to the material, administer Albert Einstein's literary estate, and increase the public awareness of the scientific achievements, political activities, and the moral and humane values of Albert Einstein.


  • Algebasics

    Algebasics is a fine online mathematics instructional resource that takes young and old alike through the basics of algebra. The breadth of the material is divided into sixteen sections, which begin with, "the basics," and proceed all the way to a section on applying algebra to real-world situations.


  • Alicat scientific

    Alicat Scientific is a manufacturer of precision flow instrumentation that is very commonly used in university laboratories across a wide range of disciplines.


  • All Conferences.com

    Is a directory focusing on conferences, conventions, trade shows, exhibits, workshops, events and business meetings. This is a unique search directory that serves users looking for specific information on conference or event information. The information ranges from specialized scientific, medical and academic conferences to all kinds of general events.


  • All Things Web 2.0

    All Things Web 2.0 - The Directory "portalizes" the original post content -- so now the Web 2.0 Community itself can keep the directory content current -- as well as enhance its usefulness for everyone -- through incremental community knowledge aggregation.


  • AllAboutCircuits.com - A complete guide to electric circuits

    This site provides a series of online textbooks covering electricity and electronics. It is an information source for both students and hobbyists. The site contents are regularly updated.


  • Alliance for Digital Inclusion

    The Alliance for Digital Inclusion (ADI) is a collaboration of businesses, working together to promote digital inclusion. Current members are AOL UK, BT, Cisco Systems UK, IBM UK, Intel UK & Ireland, Microsoft UK and T-Mobile.


  • Alliances for Digital Progress

    The Alliance for Digital Progress (ADP) is a broad-based alliance of consumer groups, think tanks, taxpayer organizations and businesses. ADP strongly supports the protection of intellectual property, including digital entertainment content. It believes that private-sector collaboration among the technology, consumer electronics and content industries creates the most effective tools to combat digital piracy.


  • AllRefer.com

    AllRefer.com is a hub of good reference information containing outstanding database of articles and reference materials. Students, teachers, and researchers can depend on it for information that is authoritative and up-to-date.


  • Alternative Farming Systems Information Center [pdf]

    With much of the United States becoming interested in the world of organic farming, sustainable agriculture, and related pursuits, it is nice to know that the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has a very nice online presence dedicated to alternative farming systems here at the Alternate Farming Systems Information Center (AFSIC). The site has been recently redesigned, and visitors can jump right in by looking over the "I Want To" area, where they can locate funding resources, explore the world of aquaculture, and even explore alternative farming methods. After taking a look there, visitors can also browse the site's contents by subject area, including organic production, ecological pest management, and farm energy options. One fine gem on the site is the "Community Supported Agriculture" area. Here, visitors can find a farmer's market or local community supported farm in their corner of the United States.


  • American Association for the Advancement of Science

    The American Association for the Advancement of Science, "Triple A-S" (AAAS), is an international non-profit organization dedicated to advancing science around the world by serving as an educator, leader, spokesperson and professional association. In addition to organizing membership activities, AAAS publishes the journal Science, as well as many scientific newsletters, books and reports, and spearheads programs that raise the bar of understanding for science worldwide.


  • American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)

    The American Association for the Advancement of Science is an international, professional, non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of science, engineering, and innovation throughout the world for the benefit of all people. Their goals include enhancing communication among scientists, engineers, and the public, strengthening and diversifying the science and technology workforce, promoting and defending the integrity of science and its use, and fostering education in science and technology for everyone. The AAAS publishes the journal Science, as well as many scientific newsletters, books, and reports. Science boasts an estimated total readership of one million.


  • American heritage dictionary of English Language

    Over 90,000 entries feature 10,000 new words and senses, 70,000 audio word pronunciations, 900 full-page color illustrations, language notes and word-root appendixes.


  • American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES)

    The American Indian Science & Engineering Society (AISES) is a national, nonprofit organization which nurtures building of community by bridging science and technology with traditional Native values. Through its educational programs, AISES provides opportunities for American Indians and Native Alaskans to pursue studies in science, engineering, and technology arenas. The trained professionals then become technologically informed leaders within the Indian community. AISES' ultimate goal is to be a catalyst for the advancement of American Indians and Native Alaskans as they seek to become self-reliant and self-determined members of society.


  • American Institute of Physics

    The American Institute of Physics (AIP) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit membership corporation created for the purpose of promoting the advancement and diffusion of the knowledge of physics and its application to human welfare. It is the mission of the Institute to serve the sciences of physics and astronomy by serving its member societies, by serving individual scientists, and by serving students and the general public.


  • American Mathematical Society

    Founded in 1888 to further mathematical research and scholarship, the American Mathematical Society fulfills its mission through programs and services that promote mathematical research and its uses, strengthen mathematical education, and foster awareness and appreciation of mathematics and its connections to other disciplines and to everyday life.


  • American Nuclear Society

    The American Nuclear Society is a not-for-profit, international, scientific and educational organization. It was established by a group of individuals who recognized the need to unify the professional activities within the diverse fields of nuclear science and technology. December 11, 1954, marks the Society's historic beginning at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. ANS has since developed a multifarious membership composed of approximately 11,000 engineers, scientists, administrators, and educators representing 1,600 plus corporations, educational institutions, and government agencies. It is governed by four officers and a board of directors elected by the membership.


  • American Society for Engineering Education

    Founded in 1893, the American Society for Engineering Education is a nonprofit organization of individuals and institutions committed to furthering education in engineering and engineering technology. It accomplishes this mission by promoting excellence in instruction, research, public service, and practice; exercising worldwide leadership; fostering the technological education of society; and providing quality products and services to members.


  • American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers

    ASHRAE, founded in 1894, is an international organization of 50,000 persons. ASHRAE fulfills its mission of advancing heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world through research, standards writing, publishing and continuing education.


  • American Telecommunications certification body :ATCB

    Certification Services for Wireless Equipment Manufacturers.


  • AMS digital mathematics registry

    The aim of the AMS-DMR is to provide centralized access to certain collections of digitized publications in the mathematical sciences. The registry is primarily focused on older material from journals and journal-like book series that originally appeared in print but now is available in digital form.


  • Analytical Sciences Digital Library

    ASDL is an electronic library that collects, catalogs, and links web-based information and discovery material pertinent to innovations in curricular developments and supporting resources about chemical measurements and instrumentation.


  • Anantara Solutions Private Limited

    Anantara Solutions is a new generation outsourcing firm that combines business consulting services and IT services to deliver unprecedented, measurable business value.


  • Andhrapradesh Technology Development and promotion Centre (APTDC)

    Technology has become an essential tool for achieving competitiveness for the industry in today's business environment. Small & Medium scale Enterprises (SMEs) can hardly afford their own individual R&D and therefore, it is necessary to nurture and support SMEs by way of technological upgradation.


  • android 3.1

    Android 3.1 is an incremental platform release that refines many of the features introduced in Android 3.0. It builds on the same tablet-optimized UI and features offered in Android 3.0 and adds several new capabilities for users and developers. This document provides an overview of the new features and technologies introduced in Android 3.1.


  • Android world

    An android is an anthropomorphic robot - i.e. a robot that looks like a human. Many android developers call their creations "humanoids" rather than androids. We also have robotics links, robot links, animatronics links


  • Answerbus

    AnswerBus is an open-domain question answering system (QA) based on intelligent information retrieval. It accepts your questions in natural languages and extracts answers from the Web. Currently, You can use English, German, French, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese as your languages.


  • Answerology

    This service allows users to answer each others questions and form "Question Groups" that track the questions in a particular topic. Questions and Answers tend to be more social than academic.


  • Anthropology collection development

    From the California Academy of Sciences, a free searchable database.


  • Apache Portals

    Apache Portals is a collaborative software development project dedicated to providing robust, full-featured, commercial-quality, and freely available Portal related software on a wide variety of platforms and programming languages. This project is managed in cooperation with various individuals worldwide (both independent and company-affiliated experts), who use the Internet to communicate, plan, and develop Portal software and related documentation.


  • APNIC

    APNIC is an open, membership-based, not-for-profit organization. It is one of five Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) charged with ensuring the fair distribution and responsible management of IP addresses and related resources. These resources are required for the stable and reliable operation of the global Internet.


  • Applied Mathematics and Science Education Repository: AMSER

    A collaborative NSDL Pathways project designed to help meet the resource and service needs of community and technical colleges and forge a link between these communities and the NSDL. AMSER will consist of a focused metadata repository and a variety of integrated services designed specifically to enhance the learning experience of the community college students and the teaching capabilities of instructors at those institutions.


  • Argonne Laboratory

    Argonne is one of the U.S. government's oldest and largest science and engineering research laboratories -- the largest in the Midwest. For the past half-century, the University of Chicago has overseen operation of Argonne for the United States Department of Energy and its predecessor agencies. Argonne has five major mission areas, each of which fulfills important governmental and Department of Energy responsibilities, as well as provides important benefits to our society at large. They are: Conducting basic scientific research to further our understanding of the world we live in. Argonne conducts basic experimental and theoretical scientific research in the physical, life, and environmental sciences; Operating national scientific facilities to help advance America's scientific leadership. Argonne operates world-class research facilities like the Advanced Photon Source; Enhancing the nation's energy resources to ensure America's energy future. Argonne is working to develop and evaluate advanced energy technologies; Developing better ways to manage environmental problems. Argonne is at the forefront in developing new ways to manage and solve the nation's environmental problems and to promote environmental stewardship; National Security has increased in significance in recent years for the nation and for Argonne research. Argonne capabilities developed over the years for other purposes are helping counter the threats of terrorism.


  • Arkive

    ARKive is a not-for-profit initiative of The Wildscreen Trust. It is the Noah's Ark for the Internet era - the world's centralised digital library of films, photographs and associated recordings of species, accessible to all via the world wide web.


  • Arrow national discovery services

    The discovery part of the Australian Research Repositories Online to the World site allows you to search or browse across the corpus of Australia?s scholarly research output which has been deposited into individual repositories at universities, the National Library of Australia and other research agencies such as Australian Policy Online.


  • Ars Technica

    The site caters to computer enthusiasts and covers a wide array of technology, science and gaming news. It is one of the most linked-to sites by tech blogs and news sites.


  • Arthapedia

    Arthapedia is a portal for facilitating understanding of the Indian Economy and its governance by explaining the concepts used in the economic policy domain in India. This portal is managed by government economists of India (known as Indian Economic Service (IES) Officers) and is intended to cater to the requirements of their counterparts in other countries as well as to academicians, economists, policy practitioners, financial journalists, students and to any interested citizen, both within the country and abroad.


  • Artificial intelligence depot

    The site provides a database of useful resources relating to various fields of artificial intelligence such as neural networks, genetic algorithms, reinforcement learning etc. The types of information provided includes essays, news, discussion forums, book lists, tutorials, papers, software, programs, java applets and online demos. The contributors to the site include academic researchers as well as game programmers.


  • ASCE career connection

    Engineering employers can post job listings in real time, track online activity to measure advertising results, search our resume database for matching candidates, and receive email notifications of new prospects. Engineers can post and update their resumes, search the job listing database, receive emails of jobs that match their profile, and apply for jobs directly from our website.


  • ASCE research Library

    The ASCE Research Library is a comprehensive online tool for locating articles of interest across all disciplines of civil engineering. The Research Library provides you with unprecedented access to more than 18,500 full-text papers from ASCE Journals and Proceedings published.


  • Asia Nano Forum

    The Asia Nano Forum (ANF) is a network organization, founded in May 2004, to promote excellence in research, development and the economic uptake of nanotechnology within the Asian region. This collaborative network seeks to benefit its member economies educationally, socially, environmentally and economically by fostering collaboration and acting as a focus for regional and global nanotechnology issues. Asia Nano Forum (ANF) Network is supported by 13 economies in the Asia Pacific Region including Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.


  • Asia-Pacific development

    The Asia-Pacific Development Information Programme (APDIP) is an initiative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) that aims to promote the development and application of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for sustainable human development in the Asia-Pacific region.


  • Ask a Librarian Services

    Brought to you by the Library of Congress, this nifty service allows you to ask a question and receive an email response from a librarian. As a word of warning, they request that users avoid simply sending in their homework questions. However, this service can be invaluable for specific research questions. Answers are typically received within five business days.


  • Ask Philosophers

    From time to time, all of us have wondered to ourselves any number of philosophical questions, ranging from ?What is love?? to ?How can we know what is true?? These are both very compelling questions, and most people probably would like to know a bit more about each one of these queries. Fortunately, the year 2005 saw the launch of this website, whose dictum is ?You Ask. Philosophers answer.? Visitors can pose a question, and if it hasn?t been answered in detail already, one of the participating philosophers will respond in a few days with an answer. Visitors can also just browse through previously answered questions on the left-hand side of the homepage, where they will find categories that include animals, business, children, feminism, and rationality. Visitors can also learn a bit more about the site?s conception and purpose here, and they will be pleased to learn that there is a nice list of related sites offered, which includes links to the radio show, Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy and Philosophy, complete with archives.


  • Assignment editor .com

    This site is used worldwide to navigate millions of destinations on the Internet each month. Our main users are the news decision makers of the world who decide what hundreds of millions of people see and read each day.


  • Association for Educational Communications and Technology

    The mission of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology is to provide international leadership by promoting scholarship and best practices in the creation, use, and management of technologies for effective teaching and learning in a wide range of settings.


  • Association for woman in Mathematics

    Association for Women in Mathematics! The purpose of the Association for Women in Mathematics is to encourage women and girls to study and to have active careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and the equal treatment of women and girls in the mathematical sciences.


  • Association of cost engineer

    A cost engineer is by education, training and experience, competent to develop and make practical use of the principles of engineering cost management which embrace activities such as estimating, cost control, value engineering, planning, construction management, investment appraisal and risk analysis.


  • Association of European Science & Technology Transfer Professionals

    With the field of technology transfer growing rapidly, European Professionals in Transfer of Science & Technology have had an increasing need for a platform to meet and share experiences on a regular basis. The initiative of a multinational group of professionals resulted in the establishment of the non-profit Association of European Science & Technology Transfer Professionals


  • Association of IT Professionals

    Association of IT Professionals is the official network for information technology professionals to pursue the advancement of their careers and additionally provides educational resources. - See more at: http://technologyschools.org/information-technology/#sthash.pEz8gZo3.dpuf


  • Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement: APRA

    The Association of Professional Researchers for Advancement (APRA) represents over 1,900 development professionals around the world who are dedicated to meeting the data and information needs of the nonprofit community.


  • Association of Teachers of Mathematics: Resources OnLine

    The Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM), based in the United Kingdom, "believes in providing teachers with the resources to help them develop their mathematics teaching in creative and broad-thinking ways." This section on Resources OnLine offers a variety of resources, some of which are available only by purchase online. Some of the free online resources include sample files and programs from ATM CDs on spreadsheets and Interactive Mathematics, as well as some games involving shapes and probability. Films available in Macromedia Flash Player format demonstrate topics such as Polygons, Exploring Halves, Tangrams, and Euclid's Pythagoras Proof. A link to ATM's Convex Polyhedra Website shows 50 of the convex polyhedra that can be made with regular polygons and groups them into 10 families and some suggested activities to try using the images. Some articles from ATM Journals are also available online.


  • ASTRA, The Alliance for Science & Technology Research in America

    ASTRA, The Alliance for Science & Technology Research in America, is a unique collaboration of interested organizations and individuals representing the physical and mathematical sciences and engineering. Founded in 2001, ASTRA is dedicated to promoting better understanding of the physical & mathematical sciences and engineering.


  • ATCnet

    ATCnet's mission is to bring together organizations, social groups, economic and business bodies and individuals in Africa to share and use information and communication technologies. This mission aims at specifically placing the people of Africa in a competitive edge with the world and providing them with tools to enable them make informed decisions for the sake of development and better quality of life.


  • Athena web

    Launched in the spring of 2005, AthenaWeb is a video portal and workspace for European audiovisual communication professionals in the areas of science and scientific information.


  • Athenus

    Athenus.com is the search engine of choice for scientists and engineers seeking resources in science and engineering on the web. The Athenus search engine indexes hundreds of thousands of subject-specific web sites, publications, news and other resources, providing users with the most current, most focused collection of topic-specific material on the Internet.


  • Audio book for Free

    Every audio book produced and recorded by professional actors/narrators and experienced directors. No computerised text-to-voice convertions have been used. Can be Listen mp3 audio books computer, mobile phone, PDA, PSP, CD-MP3 portable player, portable MP3 player, portable DVD player or even on iPod.


  • Audio graph

    AudioGraph, mentioned in issue 50 of this Newsletter, has now been released as a fully supported product. The following is taken from a press release.


  • Australia Innovates

    The aim of the Australia Innovates project is to develop a national centre for public presentation and interpretation of Australian innovation, with a focus on promoting:


  • Australian Dictionary of Biography Online

    Australia's pre-eminent dictionary of national biography. Here are over 10,000 scholarly biographies of significant Australians who died before 1980.


  • Australian robotics and automation association

    The Australian Robotics and Automation Association Inc. (formerly the Australian Robot Association Inc.) is a professional society in Australia and New Zealand that is concerned with robots, their applications and their implications, and related automation technologies.


  • Authormapper

    AuthorMapper, an online tool for visualizing scientific research, enables document discovery based on author locations and geographic maps.


  • Authors@ google

    The Authors@Google program brings authors of all stripes to Google for informal talks centering on their recently published books.


  • Automotive Research Center

    This US Army, university-based site provides access to information on research into the high fidelity simulation and modelling of ground vehicles. Some software is provided for download along with descriptions and specifications.


  • Autonomic computing -IBM Research

    Build computer systems that regulate themselves much in the same way our autonomic nervous system regulates and protects our bodies. This new model of computing is called autonomic computing. The good news is that some components of this technology are already up and running. However, complete autonomic systems do not yet exist. This is not a proprietary solution. It's a radical change in the way businesses, academia, and even the government design, develop, manage and maintain computer systems. Autonomic computing calls for a whole new area of study and a whole new way of conducting business. We urge you to explore this site and download the full text of autonomic computing manifesto to learn more about autonomic computing and its implications for business and academia. We invite you to help launch the next era of computing.


  • Awareness watch

    Produced by Marcus P. Zillman, M.S., A.M.H.A. Awareness Watch Newsletter is a brand new monthly publication (inauguration issue December 2003) that will highlight the latest resources and sites on the Internet that pertain to current awareness happenings and alerts.


  • Awesome library

    In 1995, Dr. R. Jerry Adams began developing an Internet library database. Federal funds were used to sponsor a Web site that allowed the public to gain access to the privately held database. In 1996 a second federal program sponsored a Web interface under the name of "Library-in-the-Sky" so that the public could continue to gain access.


  • Ay-up

    We are a new search engine based in Vancouver, we are working on Geo Sync Search and Search Personalization Technology.


  • Azonomo online journal of nano technology

    AZoM.com Pty. Ltd. Sydney Australia and the Scottish-based Institute of Nanotechnology are pleased to announce the forthcoming launch of the Online Journal of Nanotechnology.


  • Backyard Nature

    GCreated by veteran naturalist Jim Conrad, Backyard Nature is an excellent resource for information about many aspects of the natural world. The website provides extensive, well-organized sections for backyard Ecology, Plants, Animals, and Fungi -- to name just a few. The site contains a section on Naming & Classifying living things, as well as information about tools for backyard naturalists such as field guides, binoculars, nature study notebooks, and an Online Phenology Database. The site also offers an impressive list of 101 Nature-Oriented Things to Do During the Summer.


  • Bad Science

    Bad Science abounds and comes in many guises. This page sets out to attack only one brand: well understood phenomena which are persistently presented incorrectly by teachers and writers, presumably because they either do not know any better or because they don't really care enough to get it correct. By publicizing examples of bad science, People behind the site hopes to sensitize students, teachers and writers to the horrors of such glib explanations or representations.


  • BBC: Birth of the Internet

    In this article from the BBC Click Online, Robert Kahn, the Internet's co-inventor, "tells how it all began, when, as an assistant professor of electrical engineering at MIT, he took a leave of absence to brush up on his networking theory." The article gives a sense for the innovative work that went into creating the Internet and also discusses the lack of attention given to security issues early in the development process. He notes that, "we weren't worried about viruses because we were dealing with a very narrow research community that was 'colleagular'. " From this website, visitors will also be able to read about other articles and video footage from Click Online, which focuses on "lifstyle technology."


  • Berkeley open infrastrucure for network computing :BOINC

    A software platform for distributed computing using volunteered computer resources.


  • Best 6 site get free e-book

    You might be surprised by how many good free ebook sites there are out there.


  • Best freeware downloads

    This site provides links and information about several freeware for computer system maintenance. The freeware are listed under categories like backup tools, defragmenters, compressors, restoration and security tools, email tools, text and graphic editors, web authoring tools etc. The site also provides tips for system optimization and security


  • Biblionet

    "A one-stop source of worldwide information on Information Technology and Telecommunications (IT&T)."This is a subscription-based service from the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI).


  • Bibliothequa Alexendriana

    "The Bibliotheca Alexandrina is not only a Library. It is also an integrated cultural complex, with libraries, museums, exhibition areas, educational centers and an international conference center."


  • BibMe

    "BibMe is your one-stop source for all your bibliography needs! Don't remember all the information for the source you cited? No problem! BibMe allows you to search from a database of millions of entries to find your source and autofill in the information. Or, if you the source in front of you, you can enter your entries in manually. BibMe also offers resources to help you cite your work properly in the 'Citation Guide' section."


  • Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE)

    Bielefeld Academic Search Engine (BASE) is a multi-disciplinary search engine to scholarly internet resources at Bielefeld University, provided and developed by the Bielefeld University Library, Germany. It provides integrated access to distributed digital collections of various type and formats such as digitised collections, institutional repositories, pre-print-servers, electronic journals etc. The collection consists of selected scholarly academic online resources from all disciplines. It includes several internet resources of the "deep web", that are not indexed by commercial search engines. The search interface is easy to use and it has advanced refining options. The search results are displayed as bibliographic data and full text hits.


  • Big belly Solar

    BigBelly Solar is changing the concept of waste collection by implementing on-site solar compaction systems.


  • Big Science Read

    The Big Science Read campaign invites you to explore, re-discover and get excited about science-themed books and hopes to stimulate public debate of current issues relating to scientific and technological advances. We've put together a suggested reading list of contemporary popular science and fiction titles to get you started and there are plenty more recommendations of seminal science reads and other resources to be found here.


  • Big Search Engine Index - A directory of Search Engines and Directories

    Big Search Engine Index offers you links to search engines and directories from almost 200 countries around the world. With Search Engine Index you can; Conduct extensive web searches, Choose from more then 900 Search Engines, Make your own website submissions, Locate your new favorite search engines and search the web using your choice of language.


  • Bioinformatics

    Computational molecular biology, which now is commonly called bioinformatics, draws on mathematics and computer science to inform research in biology. This evolving area of research advances our knowledge of biological systems and contributes to medical research, but also raises ethical issues and demands increased collaboration among scientists. These issues are reviewed in this issue of Topic in Depth.


  • Biology Browser

    The new web page that serves as a starting point for anyone seeking biology information on the Internet.


  • Black Inventor Online Museum

    A look at the great and often unrecognized pioneers in the field of invention and innovation.


  • Blogscholar

    Academic blogging portal.


  • Book crossing

    Bookcrossing: the practice of leaving a book in a public place to be picked up and read by others, who then do likewise.


  • Book surge

    BookSurge offers complete publishing, inventory-free fulfillment and online distribution services for independent publishing. BookSurge was launched in 2000 by a small group of writers dedicated to creating opportunities for authors to not only publish their work, but to also retain their content rights and sales profits.


  • Book wolf

    "Book Wolf provides free chapter by chapter summaries and analysis for many books. If you're not able to read a complete book, you can get the gist of it just by reading these guides. The one downside is the intrusive advertising."


  • Bookmarks for Electronics Designers

    Electrical design engineer Lazar Rozenblat was once told in college that "an engineer does not have to remember everything, but should know where to find the information he/she needs." Following that advice, Rozenblat has put together this "one-stop informational resource on Power Electronics /SMPS design." The website provides links to engineering reference information and design resources and is "being constantly updated." The About section describes his selection process and invites others to submit their websites to the page. The links are organized by topic areas, such as SMPS design, standards, tools, and magnetics, and links are then listed under sub-topics within those areas. The EE Reference section provides some links to tutorials, general engineering reference, and career resources.


  • Boy genious report

    BGR is a leading online destination for news and commentary focused on the mobile and consumer electronics markets. It is America's #1 source of exclusive and breaking mobile news, and a technology category leader among early adopters, savvy technophiles and casual readers alike.


  • Browser archieve

    An archive of Web browsers past and present.


  • Bubbil.us

    Bubbl.us is a simple and free web application that lets you brainstorm online.


  • Buildscape.com

    US site, with articles about building, product news, etc.


  • Business Plan Archive

    Business Plan Archive is an online repository for business plans and related planning documents. Webmergers.com and the University of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business have built this site, in cooperation with the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University and with financial support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, to collect business plans for posterity. All of the documents collected will ultimately be deposited in the Archives and Manuscript Library at the University of Maryland, College Park, where future entrepreneurs and business researchers will have access to learn from this remarkable period of technological and organizational creativity. The over-arching goal of the project is to understand how people learn from failure.


  • Caf Scientifique

    Caf Scientifique, supported by the independent research-funding charity Wellcome Trust and many local sponsors, "is a forum for the discussion of important and interesting scientific issues that is much more informal and accessible than a public lecture." Visitors can find out the current locations of the meetings throughout the world as well as read newspaper articles featuring a few of these gatherings. At the website, users can find out what to expect when attending Caf? Scientifique gathering. The CAF?-SCI list allows Caf? Scientifique participants to discuss upcoming events and other pertinent topics. Interested individual can find the tips and support they need to start up their own Caf? Scientifique.


  • Calculator Edge

    CalculatorEdge is a free online calculator for students and engineers, featuring hundreds of calculators for solving complex equations and formulas in the fields of electrical, mechanical, chemical, electronics, civil, metallurgy, oil and gas, optical, plastics, ceramics, physics, maths and more.


  • Calculatoredge

    Online free Engineering Calculators for Engineers and Students.Equipped with a powerful blend of features, Drupal can support a variety of websites ranging from personal weblogs to large community-driven websites.


  • Calculus101.com

    This website, which uses a Web version of Mathematica software, "supplements text books by giving you step-by-step solutions to the two basic operations of calculus:" derivatives and integrals. The Director of Planning and Project Management at Wolfram Research, Inc., the company that sells Mathematica, developed this Web version of the product that gives Wolfram Research an alternative source of product-testing data and provides Internet users a way to use the software for free. For example, visitors can request online solutions to derivatives, long multiplication and long division without registering. Other features, such as step-by-step solutions for indefinite integrals, determinants and matrix inverses, or systems of linear equations are available only with a paid subscription. The website will also create a graph of a function and its first and second derivatives, but only partial solutions are provided for free. A section with examples of derivatives instruct the user on the proper input format for Mathematica. The website is also available in French, Spanish, Japanese, and German.


  • California Institute for telecommunication and Information technology

    To help ensure that California maintain its leadership in the rapidly changing telecommunications and information technology marketplace, the University of California campuses at San Diego and Irvine have created the California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology (Cal-(IT), pronounced cal-eye-tee squared). Our institutes mission is simple: Extend the reach of the Internet throughout the physical world. Cal-(IT) teams UCSD and UCI faculty, students, and research professionals with leading California telecommunications, computer, software, and applications companies to conduct research on the scientific and technological components needed to bring this new Internet into being. Institute applications researchers are conducting their studies in living laboratories to investigate how this future Internet will accelerate advances in environmental science, civil infrastructure, intelligent transportation and telematics, genomic medicine, the new media arts, and educational practices.


  • Calisphere

    Calisphere is the University of California's free public gateway to a world of primary sources. More than 150,000 digitized items ? including photographs, documents, newspaper pages, political cartoons, works of art, diaries, transcribed oral histories, advertising, and other unique cultural artifacts ? reveal the diverse history and culture of California and its role in national and world history.


  • Caltech: Applied and Computational Mathematics

    This website from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) features "the interwoven fields of applied and computational mathematics." Highlighting the interdisciplinary nature of the field, the group's work draws on modeling, analysis, algorithm development, and simulation to address problems arising in the pure sciences and engineering. Students and faculty explore the mathematical properties of systems in physics, chemistry, biology, geology, astronomy, materials science, fluid mechanics, and other disciplines. At the time of this report, the section offering Technical Reports was still under development. However, some of the individual researchers have links to websites (within the People section) with a list of publications, some of which are available to download free of charge. Abstracts of Colloquia at Caltech also provide the visitor an overview of topics that interest this group of researchers.


  • Canadian institute of quantity Surveyors

    Academic Info is an annotated subject directory tailored toward a college and university audience and is used by students, librarians, and researchers.


  • Care and Handling of CDs and DVDs: A Guide for Librarians and Archivists

    This document describes methods for the care and handling of optical discs and is intended for use by librarians and archivists in government, academia, and industry. It draws on accumulated industry knowledge and the results of specific studies by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The document provides guidance on how to maximize the lifetime and usefulness of optical discs, specifically CD and DVD media, by minimizing chances of information loss caused by environmental influences or physical handling. It also includes Quick Reference Guide.


  • CAREO

    CAREO is a project supported by Alberta Learning and CANARIE that has as its primary goal the creation of a searchable, Web-based collection of multidisciplinary teaching materials for educators across the province and beyond.


  • Carnegie Foundation: KEEP Toolkit

    KEEP stands for "Knowledge. Exchange. Exhibition. Presentation." The KEEP toolkit, developed by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, offers "a set of Web-based tools that help teachers, students and institutions quickly create compact and engaging knowledge representations on the Web." Some specific features of the toolkit include: the ability to select and organize teaching and learning materials; templates that provide conceptual frameworks, categories, and guiding prompts/questions to assist in analysis; and tools to create "visually appealing and intellectually engaging representations of material" that can be easily shared online or in print. The toolkit is intended to make it easier to share ideas for peer review, assessment, collective knowledge building, and building a "community of practice and reflection." The features are described in the Tour section and case studies provide some examples of ways that partner institutions and faculty have used their tools. Access to the tools is free but requires registration.


  • Carnegie Institution for science

    Andrew Carnegie was known for his philanthropy, and in 1895 he contributed his vast wealth to creating 22 various organizations that still bear his name. In 1901 he created what became known as the Carnegie Institution for Science with an initial gift of $10 million. Over the past century, the Institution has continued to support a wide range of scientific endeavors, and researchers such as Edwin Hubble, Barbara McClintock, and Andrew Fire have been associated with this august organization. On their first-rate site, visitors can browse through sections that profile their various departments (which include embryology and global ecology), read their latest reports, and view an interactive calendar of events sponsored by the Institute. Visitors with a scholarly bent will want to browse on over to the "Publications/Archives" section. Here they will find the Institute's annual report, listings of their books in prints, and a wide selection of online books. The online offerings span the past five decades, and visitors can view everything from "Ceramics for the Archaeologist" to "How Galaxies Rotate". Those persons looking for specific information about the Institution's academic departments would do well to click on through to the "Departments" area to learn more about fellowships, employment opportunities, and recent and forthcoming conferences.


  • Carnegie Mellon Libraries: Digital Library Colloquium [Real Player]

    Carnegie Mellon University is well-known for their excellent School of Information Sciences and since 2001 they have sponsored the Digital Library Colloquium lecture series. This site allows users to view the various lectures in their entirety and learn more about the participants through short biographical sketches. The subjects covered run the gamut from digital library initiatives to the intriguing subject of creative commons and machine-readable law. Visitors can browse through the lectures by year, and they will most likely find something that piques their own interest in the field of information science. It's an ambitious effort, and one that will be enjoyed by persons in the field and those who might be thinking about joining the field in the future.


  • Catalysing Access to ICT in Africa (CATIA)

    The CATIA programme aims to enable poor people in Africa to gain maximum benefit from the opportunities offered by Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and to act as a strong catalyst for reform. It will support a package of strategic activities to improve affordable access to the full range of ICTs, from Internet to community radio. This programme is focussed on the need for ICTs to address social and economic development issues. It will be working to help build capacity across Africa to achieve sustainable change. CATIA is a three-year programme of the Department for International Development (DFID) in close collaboration with other donors and role players (e.g. Sida, IDRC, CIDA, USAID and Cisco). It will be implemented in close coordination with the Canadian government's Connectivity Africa initiative. CATIA is being managed by Atos KPMG Consulting from a programme office in Johannesburg, South Africa. The programme will end in April 2009.


  • CCleaner 1.18.099

    With all the web browsing and downloading that goes on during the average day in the life of a computer, this application may prove to be quite useful. CCleaner effectively works to remove unused and temporary files from the user's computer. By doing so, this allows Windows to run more efficiently and faster. CCleaner 1.18.099 is compatible with Windows 95 or newer.


  • Cell Phone Facts - Consumer Information on Wireless Telephones

    Wireless telephones are hand-held phones with built-in antennas, often called cell, mobile, or PCS phones. These phones are popular with callers because they can be carried easily from place to place. This site by FDA & FCC, provides information about Wireless Phones, RadioFrequency Energy, Base Stations, Safety Standards and much more.


  • Cellular Operators association of india

    The Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI) was constituted in 1995 as a registered, non-profit, non-governmental society dedicated to the advancement of communication, particularly modern communication through Cellular Mobile Telephone Services.


  • Center for Advanced Computing Research (CACR)

    In 1995, the Center for Advanced Computing Research (CACR) was established to ensure that Caltech and its Jet Propulsion Laboratory will be at the forefront of computational science and engineering (CS&E).


  • Center for Biomedical Engineering at MIT

    The mission of the Center for Biomedical Engineering (CBE) is to combine engineering with molecular and cellular biology to develop new approaches to biomedical technology and to foster research in the rapidly growing discipline of Biological Engineering. With five new members this past year, over 45 CBE faculty (from departments in the MIT Schools of Engineering and Science, as well as the Whitehead institute, Harvard and Boston University Medical Schools and the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology) carry out interdisciplinary, multi-investigator research programs within CBE. This faculty research provides a training environment for a new generation of graduate and undergraduate students in Bioengineering, at the interface between Engineering and Biology.


  • Center for bits and Atoms - MIT Media Lab

    The Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA) is a campus-wide program involving faculty from the Departments of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science, Biology, Brain and Cognitive Sciences, and Mechanical, Electrical, and Biological Engineering, as well as the Media Laboratoryall working at the boundary between physical science and computer science. The research program spans from the experimental investigation of molecular mechanisms to digitize fabrication (analogous to the earlier digitization of communications and computation), to the theoretical study of mathematical principles to program enormously complex engineered systems, with practical application in personal fabrication around the world. CBA was launched in 2002 by a $13.75 million award from the National Science Foundation (NSF), which has enabled the creation of a unique facility for input and output from nanometers to meters. Along with the NSF support, CBA receives funding from partner government agencies and from its industrial sponsors.


  • Center for History of Physics

    The mission of this site is to make known the history of modern physics and allied fields including astronomy, geophysics, and optics. Virtual exhibits highlight the discovery of the electron, Albert Einstein, and Werner Heisenberg, the founder of Quantum Mechanics. Advanced physics instructors can view sample syllabi for History of Physics courses. An online photo archive is available with pictures of leading physicists.


  • Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society

    Centered at UC Berkeley, CITRIS incubates research on problems that have a major impact on the economy, quality of life, and future success of California: conserving energy; education; saving lives, property, and productivity in the wake of disasters; boosting transportation efficiency; advancing diagnosis and treatment of disease; and expanding business growth through much richer personalized information services. Solutions to many of these problems have a common IT feature: at their core they depend on highly-distributed, reliable, and secure information systems that can evolve and adapt to radical changes in their environment, delivering information services that adapt to the people and organizations that need them. It is this feature that is at the heart of the initial research agenda for CITRIS.


  • Center for Innovation in Science Learning (CISL)

    The Center for Innovation in Science Learning (CISL) at The Franklin Institute is a premier center for science learning research, program development, and educational services. Founded in 1995, CISL has sustained cumulative research and programs in four areas of national focus in science education: teacher development, educational technology, gender and family learning, and youth leadership. In keeping with the mission of The Franklin Institute, the core philosophy of all Center for Innovation programs is the commitment to inquiry learning in science.


  • Center for science and environment

    The Centre for Science and Environment is one of India's leading environmental NGOs with a deep interest in sustainable natural resource management. CSE's strategy of knowledge based activism" has won it wide respect and admiration for the quality of its campaigns, research and publications which are trying to bring about change in an extremely difficult situation."


  • Centre for Applied Special Technology: CAST

    CAST is a nonprofit organization that works to expand learning opportunities for all individuals, especially those with disabilities, through the research and development of innovative, technology-based educational resources and strategies.


  • Centre for Digital Storytelling

    There are many ways to tell stories about communities and individuals, and new developments in multimedia offer some rather compelling ways to do just that. One such organization interested in these types of projects is The Centre for Digital Storytelling. In their work they offer workshops for organizations and individuals, along with providing a clearinghouse of information about resources on storytelling and new media. At the site, visitors can read about the centre's work and view a number of case studies that exemplify the approach adopted and promoted there. These case studies include work done with the BBC, the W.K.K. Kellogg Foundation, and the Kansas City Symphony. The site also includes some other materials on the process of digital storytelling, including several helpful interviews with practitioners in the field and newspaper articles on digital storytelling.


  • Centre for Economic Performance

    Established by the Economic and Social Research Council in 1990, the Centre for Economic Performance CEP at the London School of Economics and Political Science is one of the most prominent and established economic research groups in Europe. By focusing on the major links between globalization, technology and institutions, the CEP studies the determinants of economic performance at the level of the company, the nation, and the global economy. Broadly, CEP's research programs are divided into five groups that include research into labor markets, technology and growth, and education and skills. From the prodigious site, visitors can read about CEP In the News, learn about the various staff members' research areas of expertise, and browse their related publications (including occasional papers, working papers, and the like) back to 1990. Overall, this site will merit more than one visit, as it will be of substantial interest to persons interested in the intersections between economics, education, and globalization, to name but a few of the topical areas covered under the remit of the CEP


  • Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching

    Based at the University of Plymouth, the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching has developed many instructional materials designed to help both novice and experienced math teachers. This particular area of their website provides access to a number of interactive mathematics tutorials. The materials are divided into eight units, including those that deal with factors, mathematical diagrams, proportion, and estimating. Within each unit, users will find a number of example questions and related exercises. All of the materials offered here are quite accessible and easy to use, and users will find coverage of everything from prime factors to the sometimes-daunting Pythagorean theorem.


  • Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT)

    The Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching (CIMT) was established in 1986. The centre is a focus for research and curriculum development in Mathematics teaching and learning, with the aim of unifying and enhancing mathematical progress in schools and colleges. This CIMT Web-site was started in May 1995, and moved to University of Plymouth servers at the end of July 2005.


  • Centre for science, Development and Media studies

    Founded in April 1997, CSDMS is committed to advocacy and developing solutions for under-privileged societies through the use of innovative and effective Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Its various activities are targeted to meet the needs of society in the development sector through research in the field of GIS and ICT, undertaking development projects in Geo-ICT, through appropriate knowledge-sharing tools and products like print and electronic media, and building capacity through training programmes. Our multi-cultural team has expertise from across disciplines.


  • Chabot Space & Science Center

    Chabot Space & Science Center (CSSC) inspires and educates students of all ages about our Planet Earth and the Universe. Its observatory, planetarium, exhibits, and natural park setting are a place where a diverse population of students, teachers, and the public can imagine, understand, and learn to shape their future through science.


  • Chandrayaan-1

    Chandrayaan-1 is an Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) mission with ESA participation that will study the Moon in great detail. Using a wide range of electromagnetic wavelengths, it will analyse the lunar surface as well as its crust in high resolution, so as to gain a deeper understanding of the origin, evolution and composition of Earth's only natural satellite. The mission will also drop a lunar probe onto the surface, to test the properties of the surface upon impact.


  • Charles Darwin's Collection

    WELCOME to the largest collection of Darwin's writings ever assembled. This site contains every Darwin publication as well as many of his handwritten manuscripts. All told there are more than 50,000 searchable text pages and 40,000 images. There is also the most comprehensive Darwin bibliography ever published and the largest manuscript catalogue ever assembled. More than 150 ancillary texts are also included, ranging from reference works to contemporary reviews, obituaries, descriptions of Darwin's Beagle specimens and important works for understanding Darwin's context. Free audio mp3 versions of his works are also available.


  • Chemweb

    The Chemistry Preprint Server-upload and browse unpublished papers. Available FREE! A Library of 221 leading chemical journals. 25 Databases containing abstracts, chemical structures, patents, websites and more ... Beilstein Abstracts is FREE! The Alchemist-ChemWeb's magazine for the latest chemistry news. Careers Centre with chemistry jobs, studentships, resumes, and careers advice. Conference Centre find the latest events and conferences. AutoNom Standard - generates IUPAC names FREE! directly from graphical structures entered via the web. ACD - Available Chemicals Directory from MDL Information Systems, Inc., containing over 278,000 compounds, 906,800 products and over 470 suppliers.


  • Chinese Academy Science

    Mission: To conduct research in basic and technological sciences; to undertake nationwide integrated surveys on natural resources and ecological environment; to provide the country with scientific data and advice for governmental decision-making, and to undertake government-assigned projects with regard to key S&T problems in the process of social and economic development; to initiate personnel training; and to promote China's high-tech enterprises by its active involvement in these areas.


  • Chip directory

    This site contains numerically and functionally ordered chip lists, chip pinouts and lists of chip manufacturers, manufacturers of controller embedding tools, electronics books, CDROM's, magazines, WWW sites and much more.


  • Chipestimate.com

    The ChipEstimate.com chip planning portal is an ecosystem comprised of over 175 of the world's largest IP suppliers and foundries. These companies all share in the common vision of helping the worldwide electronics design community achieve greater profitability and success. To date, a diverse global audience of over 16,000 users has joined the ChipEstimate.com community and has collectively performed over 60,000 chip estimations. ChipEstimate.com is a property of Cadence Design Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDNS), the leader in global electronic-design innovation.


  • Chipwrappper

    This is a collection of resources for searching UK newspapers on the internet. In this Beta phase, the first tool is a Google Custom Search Engine across nine of the UK's leading national newspapers - The Daily Express, Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, Financial Times, The Guardian, The Independent, The Sun, The Telegraph and The Times.


  • Chronology of Personal Computers

    This document by Ken Polsson "is an attempt to bring various published sources together to present a timeline about Personal Computers." The author has posted this document online as he continues to work on a book project, for which he has browsed extensively through various sources for historical information related to personal computers. The document provides a brief summary of "the essential happenings that shaped the industry." The full text, which contains close to 3,000 entries, is available for purchase. This online document represents the start of the timeline "to show you the quality of the material" and begins in 1947 with the invention of the point-contact transistor amplifier by three scientists at Bell Telephone Laboratories and ends in December, 1977 with a victory by Microsoft in an important legal battle against Pertec, on ownership of the BASIC software Bill Gates and Paul Allen wrote and licensed to MITS. The references are listed in a separate file, which is also available online.


  • CircuitMaker 2000

    CircuitMaker 2000 is a Virtual Electronics Lab. It offers features of professional, high-end software. Users can design, simulate and output the printed circuit board designs. It is a easy-to-use software with high integration. CircuitMaker Student Version is free and it can be downloaded from this website.


  • Citation Bridge

    Citation BridgeTM is a free search utility lets you look up forward and backward U.S. Patent Citations (also called U.S. Patent References) on an individual patent and search back and forth through citation generations.


  • CiteULike A free service to help academics to build a personal library

    CiteULike is a free service to help academics to build a personal library. It enables the users to share, store and organize the academic papers they are reading. On the click of a button, the paper on the web can be added to the personal library. CiteULike automatically extracts the citation details. It works from within the web browser. There's no need to install any special software. It is stored on the server and can be accessed from any computer, shared library with others and find out who is reading the same papers, discover relevant literature. Only links to the papers are stored, the papers themselves stay in archives like CiteSeer or PubMed.


  • Cities Around the World

    From Carthage to Chicago, this fascinating digital collection from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee presents quite a cornucopia of photographic images drawn from the world?s cities, past and present. The images are from the American Geographic Society Library, and just two photographers, Harrison Forman and the noted urban geographer, Harold Mayer, took the pictures. All told, there are over 5500 photographic images in this collection, and first-time visitors should read over the brief introductory essays on the scope and content of this project before jumping into the materials. By clicking on the ?Cities? section, visitors can browse around the cities with the most photographs, and then they may also wish to perform a detailed search. There are some fun surprises here, including an aerial view of the Union Stock Yards in Chicago and the governor?s residence in Dar es Salaam.


  • Citywebwatch

    Subscription base service which aggregates an important area of the financial press in a format that is simple to use and personalised to the users business requirements.


  • Claroline

    Claroline is an Open Source software based on PHP/MySQL. It's a collaborative learning environment allowing teachers or education institutions to create and administer courses through the web.


  • ClimatechangeCorp.org

    ClimateChangeCorp.com is an independent news website, dedicated to providing high quality news and analysis on climate change to companies around the world. We run a regular news feed, in-depth articles and opinions from the world's leading climate change and business experts.


  • CLOCKSS - Controlled Lots Of Copies Keep Stuff Safe

    CLOCKSS is a collaborative initiative by a group of organizations drawn from publishers, libraries and learned societies. This two-year project will test the LOCKSS technology and social model to support a 'large dark archive' that is both fail-safe and has an acceptable process for providing continuing access for orphaned materials.


  • CNET

    CNET is the premier destination for tech product reviews, news and price comparisons, free software downloads, daily videos, and podcasts.


  • CNET Search.com

    CNET Search.com is a metasearch search engine that searches Google, Ask.com, LookSmart and other leading search engines to bring you the best results.


  • Code Beach - A guide to free and open source codes & tutorials

    Code Beach is a guide that offers free and open source code and tutorials for ASP, C++, C#, ColdFusion, Delphi/Kylix, Java, JavaScript, Palm, Perl, PHP, Pocket PC, Python, Visual Basic and XML


  • codezoo

    CodeZoo exists to help you find high-quality, freely available, reusable components, getting you past the repetitive parts of coding, and onto the rest and the best of your projects. It's a fast-forward button for your compiler.


  • Cognitive system: a new Era of computing

    We now are entering the Cognitive Systems Era, in which a new generation of computing systems is emerging with embedded data analytics, automated management and data-centric architectures in which the storage, memory, switching and processing are moving ever closer to the data.


  • Cogprints

    A number of online electronic archives have been developed in recent years to allow fellow scholars access to recent works by other colleagues in a wide variety of fields. Cogprints is one such archive, as it functions as a place where persons working in the areas of psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, computer science, philosophy, and biology may place their work. First-time visitors may want to begin by browsing the archive either by year or by subject. After getting a sense of the contents of the archive, visitors can then perform simple or advanced searches in order to find specific materials. For those scholars who wish to contribute materials, there is also a place where they may register for an account.


  • Collins Gallery

    The Collins Gallery is an integral part of the University of Strathclyde presenting a cultural interface between the University and the city.


  • Columbia Interactive

    Columbia Interactive is a gateway to selected electronic learning resources developed at Columbia University. Browse our database of digital resources, including faculty interviews, learning tools, semester-length e-courses, and more than 100 shorter e-seminars. The e-seminars are free to Columbia students, faculty, and staff, and are available to the public through fee-based and licensing arrangements.


  • Comet Technologies ltd.

    Comat is a Social Enterprise and a leading provider of e-Governance solutions that enables sustainable socio-economic growth for the rural communities in India. Comat has an enviable track record of deploying Information and Communication Technology (ICT) based G2C (Government to Citizen) and B2C (Business to Consumer) services delivery in rural and semi-urban areas for the last decade.


  • Committee on institutional cooperation

    The CIC is a consortium of 12 research universities, including the 11 members of the Big Ten Conference and the University of Chicago. With campuses in 8 states, CIC universities enroll more than 300,000 undergraduates and 76,000 graduate students, and employ some 33,000 full-time faculty and 139,000 full-time staff.


  • Commonwealth Network of Information Technology

    COMNET-IT is an independent international foundation that aims to promote and develop national and sectoral informatics strategies among Commonwealth countries, with an emphasis on E-government. It is sponsored by the Government of Malta and the Commonwealth Secretariat.


  • Communication and information literacy

    Communications in Information Literacy (CIL) is an independent, professional, refereed electronic journal dedicated to advancing knowledge, theory, and research in the area of information literacy. The journal is committed to the principles of information literacy as set forth by the Association of College and Research Libraries. CIL is also committed to the principles of open access for academic research..


  • Community Dimensions of Learning Object Repositories (CD-LOR)

    The CD-LOR project aims at identifying and analysing the factors that influence practical uptake and implementation of learning object (LO) repositories within a range of different learning communities. The project findings will be made available in a range of ways for the benefit of UK higher and further education.


  • Community Information Network for Southern Africa (CINSA)

    The Community Information Network for Southern Africa (CINSA) is a project designed to support community ICT initiatives in the SADC region. It is currently in its pilot phase, which runs for 18-months until the end of July 2004. CINSA will support community ICT projects through research, networking, training, service brokerage, facilitating technical support and project evaluation, and creating an online information resource base.


  • Community of Science

    Community of Science, Inc. (COS) is the leading Internet site for the global R&D community. COS brings together the world's most prominent scientists and researchers at more than 1,300 universities, corporations and government agencies worldwide. COS provides tools and services that enable these professionals to communicate, exchange information and find the people and technologies that are important to their work.


  • Community planning website

    Growing numbers of residents are getting involved with professionals in shaping their local environment. This website is an essential starting point for everyone concerned. It provides easily accessible how-to-do-it best practice information of international scope and relevance.


  • Complete work for charles darwin

    Darwin's private papers online - the largest publication of Darwin's papers in history.


  • CompuServe

    Founded in 1969 as a computer time-sharing service, Columbus, Ohio-based CompuServe drove the initial emergence of the online service industry. In 1979, CompuServe became the first service to offer electronic mail capabilities and technical support to personal computer users. CompuServe broke new ground again in 1980 as the first online service to offer real-time chat online with its CB Simulator. By 1982, the company had formed its Network Services Division to provide wide-area networking capabilities to corporate clients.


  • Computational Science Center

    The Brookhaven Computational Science Center is a collaborative project among researchers in biology, chemistry, physics, and medicine working with applied mathematicians and computer scientists "to exploit the remarkable opportunities for scientific discovery which have been enabled by modern computers." The Center is filling a need for upgrading the computing infrastructure within the Brookhaven National Laboratory and making "the most advanced systems available to researchers throughout the scientific community." The group's work addresses research in computational biology and nanoscience, as well as other areas of science, including nuclear and high energy physics, astrophysics, materials and chemical science, sustainable energy, environment, and homeland security. Detailed descriptions of each project and some related publications and presentations are posted on this website. Note that the link to the Workshops section of the website was not working at the time of this report.


  • Computer and communication Standard

    A very complete listing of sources dealing with standards and standardization in the areas of communications and computer science.


  • Computer Clubs for Girls (CC4G)

    Computer Clubs for Girls (CC4G) is an innovative award winning initiative, created by e-skills UK and funded by DFES. CC4G raises the standard of girls' ICT skills while transforming girls? attitudes to careers in IT. Popular interests such as music, fashion, dance and celebrity have been combined with elements of Key Stage 2 and 3 ICT curricula, to deliver an engaging and fun approach for girls aged 10 to 14.


  • Computer museum history centre

    Archives and exhibits, hardware, software, audio clips, films, documentation, etc.


  • Computer Recycling

    Given current rates of computer consumerism and technological advances, one might expect to find a lot of computers out there in the world. What happens to these old computers? This Topic in Depth explores this issue, reviews some options for recycling computers, and provides tips for anyone considering purchasing a refurbished computer. The first article from BBC News reports on research which suggests that "the number of personal computers worldwide is expected to double by 2010 to 1.3 billion machines." The second article from Oasis, a project of the Irish eGovernment initiative, reviews some of the issues surrounding waste from electrical and electronic equipment. This next article from PC World gives some ideas for how to dispose of an old notebook computer. One option, of course, is to donate your notebook, which is discussed in this article from Tech Soup. Another resource for information on computer recycling and reuse is this website from CompuMentor ). Given the current market for computers, many are considering refurbished computers. This article from Vnunet explains what a refurbished computer is while the next website provides some tips for buying a refurbished computer. Finally, this article from About.com reports on the recently introduced National Computer Recycling Act


  • Computer review

    Today, Computer Review is a global reference to the Knowledge Economy. It is issued annually, updated daily online and features ActiveTrak. ActiveTrak is a unique business intelligence service that uses smart Internet robots to monitor the activity of Technology Solution Providers worldwide


  • Computer science web

    ComputerScienceWeb provides: - An integrated search of journal articles and preprints - Services to facilitate research in twelve categories in computer science.


  • Computer Vision Industry

    This web page provides links to companies that develop products using computer vision. Computer vision (also often referred to as "machine vision" or "automated imaging") is the automated extraction of information from images. This differs from image processing, in which an image is processed to produce another image. This page covers only products based on computer or machine vision, and it does not cover image processing or any of the many suppliers of sensors or other equipment to the industry.


  • Computer-Based Functional Literacy' (CBFL) Programme

    The 'computer-based functional literacy' (CBFL) programme is a new-age solution to an age-old problem, and one that has the potential to lift our country's literacy rate in record time. Born of the Tata Group's ever-enduring commitment to community causes and bred by its expertise in information technology, this is a project as novel in methodology as it is ambitious in scope.


  • Computing Research Association (CRA)

    The Computing Research Association (CRA) is an association of more than 200 North American academic departments of computer science, computer engineering, and related fields; laboratories and centers in industry, government, and academia engaging in basic computing research; and affiliated professional societies. View a list of our members. CRA's mission is to strengthen research and advanced education in the computing fields, expand opportunities for women and minorities, and improve public and policymaker understanding of the importance of computing and computing research in our society.


  • comrehensive knowledge Archive network

    CKAN is the Comprehensive Knowledge Archive Network, a registry of open knowledge packages and projects (and a few closed ones). CKAN is the place to search for open knowledge resources as well as register your own.


  • Concord Consortium

    The Concord Consortium is a tax-exempt non-profit education research and development organization. The appearance of new, emerging technologies has the potential to ignite explosive strides in learning capacity and curriculum development. Harnessing these technological resources can result in a powerful extension of educational resources to all people, regardless of their circumstances. The Concord Consortium is committed to leading this drive forward by developing and using the best in educational technology.


  • Congoo

    Congoo's mission is to provide information seekers with free access to the Web's most valuable and credible information. Congoo is not for everyone, however. Congoo's technology creates a free bridge that spans the divide between expensive information services available to large corporations and the mass of information available on the free Web.


  • Connect-World

    The Connect-World series of magazines is a forum where the highest-level decision makers in the telecommunications and information technology sectors discuss their opinions about the impact of these technologies upon Global and regional development.


  • Controlling the real world with computer

    This site uses hands-on experiments to show the basics of how real things in the real world are controlled with computers. That means it's about most of the computers in the world. Most computers don't sit on desks, but are used to control things that don't look anything like a computer, such as factories, spacecraft, toys and appliances. This site provides the opportunity to learn basic control and embedded system concepts while taking advantage of the low cost and conveneince of using a PC as a platform.


  • Cool science

    Cool Science is a website published by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) that provides scientific information for people of all ages. There's a database of resources for educators, from lesson plans and detailed curricula to tutorials, animations and laboratory exercises. Educators can also subscribe to the Educational Resource Locator RSS feed to stay updated on new resources as they become available.


  • Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA)

    The Cooperative Association for Internet Data Analysis (CAIDA) is a collaborative undertaking among organizations in the commercial, government, and research sectors aimed at promoting greater cooperation in the engineering and maintenance of a robust, scalable global Internet infrastructure. CAIDA provides a neutral framework to support cooperative technical endeavors.


  • Copy right clearance centre

    Millions of people in corporations, universities, law firms and government agencies rely on Copyright Clearance Center to use and share published content with ease and confidence.


  • copyleft, collabration & cluster

    An article in a recent issue of the popular newsletter Free Pint, by Helen Baxter.


  • Copyright tool box

    This copyright toolbox is a result of by SURF and the JISC funded research and activities and based upon the Zwolle conferences on Copyright management in higher education and the RoMEO research.


  • Copyright toolkit

    There are many legal textbooks on the subject of intellectual property, or, more specifically, copyright. Briefing documents have also been produced which aim to make senior university managers and others in the field of education aware of the need to manage copyright so as to reduce institutional liability. This toolkit is not aimed specifically at these audiences. Instead, it provides practical, pragmatic advice, within an understanding of the legal framework, on how to license copyright works, who to approach, how best to approach them and how to negotiate the best deal.


  • Cosmic Journey: A History of Scientific Cosmology

    Understanding the universe and space in all its complexity has consumed the passions of many people over the millennia. With an interest in bringing material from the world of scientific cosmology to the web-browsing public, the American Institute of Physics and the Center for History of Physics have created this website. The site is divided into two primary areas, titled ?Ideas? and ?Tools?. In the ?Ideas? section, visitors can read essays about the development of cosmology from the time of the Greeks all the way up to the present. And moving over to the ?Tools? section, visitors can learn about important related events, including the invention of the telescope and the golden era of refractors. The site is rounded out with a collection of links for further reading, such as the ?Cosmology 101? site created by NASA and a 1955 National Academy of Sciences briefing on cosmology.


  • Council of Science Editors

    CSE's mission is to promote excellence in the communication of scientific information.


  • Country codes and International Resources

    Thousands of pages of editor-selected information on International travel, travel insurance, maps, cell phones, trade currency, newspapers and other media; history, economics, embassies, business etiquette, country dialing codes and city dialing codes, as well as global import and export regulations, tax law, military, flags and more.


  • Course café

    CourseCafe is a personalized, student powered search application. Search, Manage, and Track all of your course work related Internet search in a single place. Benefit from the combined search of all students who have searched on the same topic.


  • cplusplus.com - C++ Resources Network

    This site provides information about the C++ programming language, ranging from a basic description, a summary of its history to the latest news. It offers useful information including technical documents covering the different facets of C++, tutorials, a collection of source code files, examples for different platforms, a standard library and discussion forums. cplusplus.com is an open resource.


  • Cream of science

    Cream of Science is the showcase of Dutch prominent research. More than 200 top scientists in the Netherlands with 25.000 publications are accessible for everyone. About 60% is full content available.


  • Creation design consultancy

    Creation is a Bristol based agency specialising in graphic design, advertising and websites. As well as these three core services we can also provide marketing, photography, print management, media buying and copywriting.


  • creative commons

    Creative Commons defines the spectrum of possibilities between full copyright - all rights reserved - and the public domain - no rights reserved. Our licenses help you keep your copyright while inviting certain uses of your work - a "some rights reserved" copyright.


  • Credo Refrence

    Partnering with many of the world's leading publishers, Credo Reference combines publishing expertise with the latest digital technologies to unlock the knowledge value of reference material. By using unique proprietary technology that integrates information through a network of intelligent, multi-dimensional cross-references, Credo Reference delivers real added value to students, researchers, businesses and reference help desks worldwide.


  • Crunchbase

    CrunchBase is the free database of technology companies, people, and investors that anyone can edit.


  • Crypotology ePrint Archive

    The Cryptology ePrint Archive provides rapid access to recent research in cryptology.


  • CSS Winter

    CSS Winner is a unique global platform awarding and showcasing the best websites and promoting innovative web designers, developers and agencies. They popularize the websites designed elsewhere through CSS Winner, increasing competence and coherence in collation and awarding them.


  • CubeSat Program - CalPoly

    The CubeSat Project developed, by California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo and Stanford University's Space Systems Development Lab, creates launch opportunities for universities previously unable to access space. With over 60 universities and high school participating in the CubeSat program, the educational benefits are tremendous. Students, through hands on work, will develop the necessary skills and experience needed to succeed in the Aerospace industry. The CubeSat program also benefits private firms and government by providing a low-cost way of flying payloads in space. All while creating important educational opportunities for future leaders of industry.


  • Cultural object in network environment: COINE

    Empowering European citizens to tell their own stories lies at the heart of the COINE (Cultural Objects in Networked Environments) Project.


  • Current index to stastics

    The Current Index to Statistics is an online database published by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics and the American Statistical Association that contains bibliographic data of articles in statistics, probability, and related fields.


  • Current models of digital scholarly communication

    Results of an Investigation Conducted by Ithaka for the Association of Research Libraries.


  • Cyber library

    The cyberLibrary contains links to hundreds of websites chosen, described and organised by librarians from public library services across south-west England.


  • Cyberbee

    This site really does deserve a place of honor all its own. This is a site for teachers looking for more ways to integrate technology into their classroom. Look to the Curriculum Ideas, How Tos, Treasure Hunts, and the fine articles to give you fresh ideas.


  • Cyberhood

    Mission is to build a virtual community where students, scholars, practitioners, and social activists, who want to change urban society and improve the plight of people of color, can find each other, share information, exchange ideas, and build professional relationships. Goal is to build a community that encourages dialogue, facilitates research, and spawns joint ventures.


  • Cybermatrix

    CyberMatrix offers a variety of user-friendly time tracking and scheduling software to assist in scheduling employees, resource scheduling, class scheduling and time management. For more information on a particular product, click on the individual product page.


  • Cyber-State.org

    Cyber-state.org was formed based on recommendations from the Michigan Information Technology Commission. The organization is non-partisan and "advocates for ICT to benefit everyone in Michigan." The organization lists its priority areas as: Community ICT capacity, technology literacy for education and workforce development, civic participation through public information and services, quality online health information, and ICT policy and strategy leadership. To these ends, it analyzes, evaluates and reports on Michigan's ICT capacity and policy. The organization's new report, released in June 2007, evaluates Michigan's Local Government websites. The report includes a breakdown of the evaluation criteria. Other sections of the website review the organization's research and programs on enabling technologies (such as wireless satellite, digital broadband, high-speed fiber optics, online communications, and interactive software developments), as well as technology in education, health care, and business.


  • Cybula : world leading search engine Technology

    Cybula high performance pattern matching and data search systems offer the world's most advanced commercial solutions for searching data. Cybula offers software and hardware for searching Signals, Images and Text. Cybula's patented AURA search technology is infinitely scalable and deployable on standard PCs to specialist FPGA based hardware for the most demanding applications.


  • Cyclades

    CYCLADES is developing an open collaborative virtual archive service environment supporting both single scholars as well as scholarly communities in carrying out their work. In particular, it will provide functionality to access large, heterogeneous, multidisciplinary archives distributed over the Web and to support remote collaboration among the members of communities of interest.


  • D4Science

    D4Science aims to continue the path that the GEANT, EGEE, and DILIGENT projects have initiated towards establishing networking, grid-based, and data-centric e-Infrastructures that accelerate multidisciplinary research by overcoming several crucial barriers that stand in the way, primarily those related to heterogeneity, sustainability and scalability.


  • Daily rotation

    Daily rotation website provides headlines from "300+ Tech Sites". Top 10 current headlines are highlighted. All the technology news feed sites included here are listed alphabetically. Users can either access a particular site or get the headlines from all the listed sites. Users can also customize the site by selecting the required news feed sites from the list.


  • Darwin Correspondence Project

    Started in 1974 by the American scholar Frederick Burkhardt, the Darwin Correspondence Project has been scouring the globe to find all of the letters written by (and to) Charles Darwin. So far, they have collected over 14,500 letters and they have placed transcripts of thousands of these letters online on this very fine site. Currently there are about 5000 digitized (and searchable) letters available here. They include all of the surviving letters from his rather momentous voyage on the Beagle and all of the letters from the years around the publication of Origin of Species in 1859. The site also contains thematic collections of letters that deal with Darwin's evolving thoughts on religion, science, ethics, and the very boundaries of science and religion. Without a doubt, this is a site that will warrant several visits and for anyone with a penchant for the history of science this site is one that will be most welcome.


  • Decision Tree for Optimization Software

    H.D. Mittelmann from the Department of Math and Statistics at Arizona State University and P. Spellucci from Department of Mathematics at Technical University Darmstadt have posted this guide entitled, Decision Tree for Optimization Software. The guide "aims at helping you identify ready to use solutions for your optimization problem, or at least to find some way to build such a solution using work done by others." The online document is organized into sections covering specific software problems, a collection of test results and performance tests, and example files to use with existing software. The authors also list information on available books and tutorials, some of which are online, as well as various software tools to assist in formulating an optimization problem or simplifying its solution. Those tools listed in the Web-submission section are available to try directly via the Internet.


  • Demarco digital archive

    The digital archive comprises photographs plus documents, publications and other printed material either created or gathered by Richard Demarco. The digital records are drawn from the Demarco archives held by the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and the Demarco European Art Foundation.


  • Department of Bio technology Govt.of India

    The setting up of a separate Department of Biotechnology (DBT), under the Ministry of Science and Technology in 1986 gave a new impetus to the development of the field of modern biology and biotechnology in India. In more than a decade of its existence, the department has promoted and accelerated the pace of development of biotechnology in the country. Through several R&D projects, demonstrations and creation of infrastructural facilities a clear visible impact of this field has been seen. The department has made significant achievements in the growth and application of biotechnology in the broad areas of agriculture, health care, animal sciences, environment, and industry.


  • Derwent web of software

    Derwent Web of SoftwareSM is the only web-based repository of all the information needed to launch a global software or business methods prior-art search, bringing together patents, journal articles, technical publications and disclosures, along with links to intellectually selected and indexed websites.


  • Design & People

    Design & People identify how design can intervene to make a contribution to the on-going efforts to improve the lives of people disadvantaged by war, disability, and political and environmental conditions. We unite and encourage graphic, industrial and architectural designers in India to use their experience and skills towards social and humanitarian projects. Design & People is a non-profit organisation uniting graphic, industrial and architectural designers in India.


  • Design Directory

    An international design links database.


  • Design Science

    Design Science Product Support contains a wealth of information for users of Design Science products. Here you will find information to help you solve many problems you may be having, as well as interesting tips to help you get more out of your Design Science product.


  • Design Technology on the Web

    This site has gathered information together to help all Technology students and will be keen to hear of any suggestions for topics on which you would like advice or help. Pages are updated and will guide you to a vast amount of material prepared by many others on many different sites. If you find any mistakes or if you find any failed 'links' to other sites - or great web addresses that you want to share, please let us know. Gallery work will be added as frequently as possible.


  • DeveloperWorks- Linux [IBM's technical resource for developers]

    developerWorks is IBM's website with technical resource for developers. It provides information and educational materials on a wide range of tools such as DB2, eServer, Lotus, Rational, Tivoli and WebSphere, open standards technology such as web services, wireless, Linux, XML, Java technologies and so on. It offers resources such as downloads, trials, white papers, how-to articles, tutorials, news, discussion forums and webcasts. Information provided also includes how to customize, build and install new kernels and kernel modules.


  • Developing the UK e-infrastructure for science and innovation

    Office of Science and Innovation (OSI) e-Infrastructure Working Group, the report - Developing the UK's e-infrastructure for science and innovation - sets out the requirements for a national e-infrastructure to help ensure the UK maintains and indeed enhances its global standing in science and innovation in an increasingly competitive world.


  • Development Gateway

    "The Development Gateway puts the Internet to work for developing countries. We provide innovative Internet solutions for effective aid and e-government - increasing access to critical information, building local capacity and bringing partners together for positive change."


  • Devx

    Devx is chock-full of resources for software and Web developers of all stripes. Get handy tips from the site's expert articles, learn new programming languages, and get all next-gen with the new Semantic Web Zone section.


  • Did You Ever Wonder...? - Answers To Scientific & Technical Questions

    Each month, scientists answer new scientific and technical questions on a variety of topics. Brief backgrounds on the scientists and related links are provided. The website is by the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.


  • Differential Equations and Nonlinear Mechanics

    The journal will publish original research papers that are devoted to modeling, analysis and computational techniques. In addition to original full length papers, the journal will also publish authoritative and informative review articles devoted to various aspects of ordinary and partial differential equations and their applications to sciences, engineering and medicine.


  • Digital Archives for Science & Engineering Resources: DASER

    The Summit will examine new issues and challenges related to digital archives and Science-Technology-Medicine (STM)publishing.


  • Digital Bibliography & Library project :DBLP

    The DBLP server provides bibliographic information on major computer science journals and proceedings. Initially the server was focused on DataBase systems and Logic Programming (DBLP), now it is gradually being expanded toward other fields of computer science. You may now read "DBLP" as "Digital Bibliography & Library Project".


  • Digital Classroom Resources: Napier?s Bones [Macromedia Flash Player]

    The Mathematical Association of America has teamed up the National Science Foundation to create an online collection of digital classroom resources. One of their more recent creations is this multimedia feature that teaches students about Napier's Bones. Created by Michael Caulfield and Wayne Anderson of Gannon University, this feature will introduce students to the work of John Napier, a 16th century mathematician who created a procedure for multiplication using sticks or bones. In this presentation, visitors can watch a step-by-step demonstration of this technique and then also enter any two factors of up to six digits each in order to create their own animation of this method. It is a nice way to get students thinking about this rather intriguing way to multiply, and the site also contains several links to other sites about John Napier and his bones.


  • Digital communication IC design

    The mission of the Digital Communication IC Design group is to advance the state-of-the-art in digital design and design methodology. One current active area of research is computational accelerators and related system architectures using reconfigurable FPGA logic. In addition, the group is responsible for the design, verification, and integration of digital macros used in high-speed serial cores, mmWave circuits, as well as optics modules developed by its sister groups within the department.


  • Digital Future Coalition

    The Digital Future Coalition (DFC) is committed to striking an appropriate balance in law and public policy between protecting intellectual property and affording public access to it. The DFC is the result of a unique collaboration of many of the nation's leading non-profit educational, scholarly, library, and consumer groups, together with major commercial trade associations representing leaders in the consumer electronics, telecommunications, computer, and network access industries.


  • Digital green

    Digital Green builds and deploys information and communication technology to amplify the effectiveness of development efforts around the world to affect sustained, social change.


  • Digital Inspiration

    Digital Inspiration blog averages more than 1.4 million hits per month and has been quoted in mainstream publications including The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, CNet, Wired, CNN Money, Guardian, Financial Times, CBC, Wired, ITWire, MSNBC, BoingBoing, BBC, Mercury News, Sydney Morning Herald, and others.


  • Digital Library for the Decorative Arts and Material Culture: Image and Text Collections

    The decorative arts and material culture get their full due at this lovely online collection created by the University of Wisconsin's Digital Collections program. With generous funding from the Chipstone Foundation, the staff members at the Digital Collections program have digitized a variety of primary and secondary resources related to the decorative arts, with a particular focus on Early America. The materials offered here for consideration include items from the Chipstone ceramics and furniture collection and a number of important early documents, such as "The Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker's Director" from 1754 and Humphry Repton's 1794 work, "Sketches and hints on landscape gardening". The site includes several dozens other works, and visitors can also look through all of the materials via a sophisticated search engine.


  • Digital Library of India

    "The mission is to create a portal for the Digital Library of India which will foster creativity and free access to all human knowledge. As a first step in realizing this mission, it is proposed to create the Digital Library with a free-to-read, searchable collection of one million books, predominantly in Indian languages, available to everyone over the Internet. This portal will also become an aggregator of all the knowledge and digital contents created by other digital library initiatives in India. Very soon we expect that this portal would provide a gateway to Indian Digital Libraries in science, arts, culture, music, movies, traditional medicine, palm leaves and many more. The result will be a unique resource accessible to anyone in the world 24x7, without regard to socioeconomic background or nationality."


  • Digital Life Consortium - MIT Media Lab

    Digital Life (DL) is a Media Lab consortium that conducts basic research on technologies and techniques that spur human expression as well as social and economic activity. It operates in close collaboration with industrial and research partners to explore ideas in the context of their use, recognizing that change occurs when the magic of invention is driven by existing or emergent human behavior. Currently, the program has three broad directions: [1] Organic Networks, which combines a re-examination of the physics of radio to construct viral communications systems with the intelligence at the ends. The grassroots nature of these systems allows people to innovate both locally and organically, much as the PC migrated innovation from the mainframe to the individual; [2] 10X, which considers technologies that can improve human activity by an order of magnitude, including bionics, robotic and cognitive assistants, and human learning. 10X envisions intimately connected analytical and mechanical systems working with, as well as for, human interests; and [3] Common-Sense Computing, which is an attempt to reinvigorate artificial intelligence by developing a cognitive architecture that can support many features of human intelligent thinking. From this base, we aim to develop systems that are robust to changing environments, assumptions, and problems.


  • Digital Media Association

    DiMA is a national trade organization devoted primarily to the online audio and video industries. DiMA promotes pro-consumer competitive opportunities that will contribute to the growth and enjoyment of digital content; supports the development of responsible measures to protect intellectual property rights underlying with digital media; and opposes technical and legal barriers that inhibit innovation or the adoption of new digital technologies, products and services.


  • Digital media wire

    Digital Media Wire, Inc. is a strategic knowledge provider serving the digital media industry since May 2000. Our business includes publications, events & marketing and consulting services.


  • Digital Preservation coalition

    The Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) was established in 2001 to foster joint action to address the urgent challenges of securing the preservation of digital resources in the UK and to work with others internationally to secure our global digital memory and knowledge base.


  • Digital research tool

    This wiki collects information about tools and resources that can help scholars (particularly in the humanities and social sciences) conduct research more efficiently or creatively.


  • Digital South Asia Library

    The Digital South Asia Library provides digital materials for reference and research on South Asia to scholars, public officials, business leaders, and other users. This project builds upon a two-year pilot project funded by the Association of Research Libraries' Global Resources Program with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Participants in the Digital South Asia Library include leading U.S. universities, the Center for Research Libraries, the South Asia Microform Project, the Committee on South Asian Libraries and Documentation, the Association for Asian Studies, the Library of Congress, the Asia Society, the British Library, the University of Oxford, the University of Cambridge, MOZHI in India, the Sundarayya Vignana Kendram in India, Madan Puraskar Pustakalaya in Nepal, and other institutions in South Asia.


  • Digital trends

    Digitaltrends.com, 'upgrade your lifestyle' slogan of this websites says all about this website. It features breaking news for mobiles, computers, gaming devices, home theater and lifestyle products. It also features the information about cars, music, photography. It also features the news for apple. you can also find best iphone applications.


  • Digital Watermarking Solutions

    Digimarc is the leading provider of software products for creating, securing, managing, and tracking digital and print images. Using our patented digital watermarking technology, we provide security and brand protection solutions to global corporations and government entities. Digimarc technology can be found in tens of millions of identity documents, financial documents, images, and printed materials around the world.


  • DigitalGovernance.org Initiative

    The DigitalGovernance.org Initiative was founded in September 2000 to understand how Information and Communications Technology (ICT) can make a difference in lives of people living in developing countries. It is a non-funded initiative, which aims to inspire policymakers, technocrats, researchers, NGOs, UN and other development agencies worldwide. It focuses on developing countries where ICT can play a significant role in building accountable and democratic governance institutions.


  • directory.eoportal.org

    The eoPortal aims to open the door to the world of Earth Observation resources.By giving access to a large variety of information and services including ICT, eoPortal aims to provide a single access point for Earth Observation information and services including satellite imagery, a directory to locate data and resources, direct access to earth-observing satellite data as well as map servers and cartographic resources.


  • DiscoLab

    Established by the Economic and Social Research Council in 1990, the Centre for Economic Performance CEP at the London School of Economics and Political Science is one of the most prominent and established economic research groups in Europe. By focusing on the major links between globalization, technology and institutions, the CEP studies the determinants of economic performance at the level of the company, the nation, and the global economy. Broadly, CEP's research programs are divided into five groups that include research into labor markets, technology and growth, and education and skills. From the prodigious site, visitors can read about CEP In the News, learn about the various staff members' research areas of expertise, and browse their related publications (including occasional papers, working papers, and the like) back to 1990. Overall, this site will merit more than one visit, as it will be of substantial interest to persons interested in the intersections between economics, education, and globalization, to name but a few of the topical areas covered under the remit of the CEP.


  • Discover Antarctica [pdf, Macromedia Flash Player, Quick Time]

    Antarctica is arguably the continent that most people know the least about, so it is nice to find out that the Royal Geographical Society (in partnership with the British Antarctic Survey) has created this website which explores all aspects of life on this landmass. The "Imagining Antarctica" area is a fine place to start, and visitors can watch a short video clip about the continent, test their existing knowledge with a short quiz, and then participate in a "being there" activity. Other engaging sections include "A Changing Climate", "Living There Today" and "What Future?" The site also lists all of the resources by format, including audio files, video clips, Word documents, and images. Finally, the site also includes a "Teachers' Area", which offers a number of learning activities for students and teacher notes that are correlated to each of the main sections of the site.


  • Discover circuits - Free electronic circuits schematics

    The Discover circuits website aims to enable the designer to find quick solutions for electronic design problems. A resource for engineers, hobbyists, inventors and consultants, this is a collection of approximately 8000 electronic circuits or electronic schematics, designs or diagrams catagorized into about 500 categories. New circuits and/or links are added regularly.


  • Discovery in design:People centered Computational issue

    The objective of the cluster is to identify primary research aspects concerning the development of people-centred computational conceptual design environments that engender concept and knowledge discovery across diverse design domains.


  • Discovery net

    The DNet project aims to design, develop and implement an advanced infastructure to support real-time processing, interpretation, integration, visualization and mining of massive amounts of time critical data generated by high throughput devices.


  • Ditto.com

    Ditto.com is a leading visual search engine. Ditto enables people to navigate the Web through pictures. It is far easier for people to find what they are looking for when they are looking at it!


  • DOE Pulse

    DOE Pulse highlights work being done at the Department of Energy's national laboratories. DOE's laboratories house world-class facilities where more than 30,000 scientists and engineers perform cutting-edge research spanning DOE's science, energy, National security and environmental quality missions. DOE Pulse is distributed twice each month. Each issue will include research highlights, updates on collaborations among laboratories, and profiles of individual researchers.


  • dogpile

    Dogpile is a metasearch engine that gives results by searching search engines. Dogpile puts the power all the leading search engines together in one search box to deliver the best combined results. The process is more efficient and yields more relevant results.


  • DOI:Digital Object Identifier

    This is a good explanation of the meaning and use of the identification number for digital products.


  • Draze.com

    Draze is a comparison search utility, which goes beyond searching for just simple text characters. It operates by providing user with the best pool of results. Draze seeks and brings the most relevant information to user and is a much more intuitive, more productive way of searching. Draze seeks first to understand the user's query and then returns with the best search results. With the Draze search engine users can compare the leading search engines and see the most relevant results.


  • DRIVER: Digital Repository Infrastructure Vision for European Research

    "DRIVER sets out to build the testbed for a future knowledge infrastructure of the European Research Area. Aimed to be complimentary to GEANT2, the successful infrastructure for computing resources, data storage and data transport, DRIVER will deliver the content resources, i.e. any form of scientific output, including scientific/technical reports, working papers, pre-prints, articles and original research data. The vision, to be accomplished in a second phase, is to establish the successful interoperation of both data network and knowledge repositories as integral parts of the E-infrastructure for research and education in Europe."


  • DriverGuide

    DriverGuide was created to make staying up to date a whole lot easier. With the help of thousands of our members, they have compiled a massive database of drivers, firmware, and support documents that is by far the largest and most comprehensive on the Web. Here is what DriverGuide will do for you:


  • Drupal

    Drupal.org is the official website of Drupal, an open source content management platform.Equipped with a powerful blend of features, Drupal can support a variety of websites ranging from personal weblogs to large community-driven websites.


  • dspGuru - Digital signal processing central

    This website aims to promote resource-sharing among DSP designers. The site provides tutorials at different levels, online reference information, links, open source software, tools, FAQs etc


  • DTIC Advance search

    You can search various US defense-related resources in one simultaneous search.


  • Duke university

    This page contains all recorded lectures produced in the Duke University Mathematics Department Multimedia Classroom.


  • e! Science news

    With a similar interface to Google News, this is a portal that collects news on Astronomy, Biology, Climate, Health, Math, Paleontology, Physics and Psychology from some 40 scientific and academic sources.


  • e4innovation

    E-learning innovation: research, evaluation, practice and policy


  • e-Agriculture

    Established by the United Nations, the e-Agriculture initiative is primarily concerned with the "conceptualization, design, development, evaluation and application of innovative ways to use information and communication technologies (ICT) in the rural domain, with a primary focus on agriculture." This website is an integral part of the initiative, as it is set up to help interested parties exchange experiences and best practices related to this emerging field. Persons unfamiliar with the field should start their journey through the site by clicking on the "Global Examples" area. Here they will find items such as Digital Green, which is an agricultural training and advising system that seeks to benefit rural farmers by disseminating targeted information through digital videos. After that, visitors should make their way to the "Resources" section. As might be expected, this section contains learning tools and activities, along with a glossary of e-agriculture terms. Finally, visitors can also login to take an active part in their forums and create their own customized list of resources


  • Earth Day: Climate: Electronic Resources [pdf, Macromedia Flash Player]

    Started by the late Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin, Earth Day has become a world wide event in its over thirty years of existence, and educators will find this site most helpful as they begin to develop lesson plans and exercises around this event. Created by the American Chemical Society, this site contains links to online resources that deal with the climate, various climatic regions, and ongoing changes in climate. The links are organized into three sections, and visitors can also read brief descriptions of the materials they can find on each site. There are some very fine links here, including one to NASA's Earth Observing System and the Global Climate Change site offered by The Exploratorium Museum in San Francisco


  • Earth from space

    Earth from Space - Site presents the NASA Space Shuttle Earth Observations Photography database of over 375,000 images. A clickable map allows you to view landscapes, hurricanes and weather, water habitats, and other geographic features.


  • Earthquake hazard programme

    This web site is provided by the United States Geological Survey?s (USGS) Earthquake Hazards Program as part of our effort to reduce earthquake hazard in the United States. We are part of the USGS Geologic Discipline and are the USGS component of the congressionally established, multi-agency National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP).


  • Easy calculation.com

    Free online mathematics tools.


  • Easybib

    EasyBib understand the burdensome task of composing a bibliography. After finishing a paper, no one wants to go through the process of looking up the many different formats to cite their individual sources. Placing colons in one place, periods in another, and deciding when and where to underline is both confusing and frustrating..


  • ebiz search

    eBizSearch is an experimental niche search engine that searches the web and catalogs academic articles as well as commercially produced articles and reports that address various business and technology aspects of e-Business. The search engine crawls websites of universities, commercial organizations, research institutes and government departments to retrieve academic articles, working papers, white papers, consulting reports, magazine articles, and published statistics and facts.


  • E-choupal

    ITC's Agri Business Division, one of India's largest exporters of agricultural commodities, has conceived e-Choupal as a more efficient supply chain aimed at delivering value to its customers around the world on a sustainable basis.


  • eClasses.Org

    Since 1998 eClasses.Org has provided the very best in online training to 45,000 Web developers and other professionals. It offers a catalog of 40 online courses covering the breadth of Web work, from HTML to Flash; from CSS to XML. All classes are taught by fellow experts and working professionals in the field.


  • Ecoinformatics.org - Online resource for managing Ecological data and information

    Ecoinformatics.org is an open, voluntary collaboration of developers and researchers with an aim to produce software, systems, publications and services that are beneficial to the ecological and environmental sciences. It endeavors to equip the interested ecologists with technologies that facilitate the use of data for purposes like archiving, discovery, analysis and classification. It provides tools for specifying and modelling ecological data, data repositories such as METCAT, SRB - SDSC Storage Resource Broker and Ecogrid, databasess such as Vegbank, ClimDB and HerpNet. It works towards developing informatics solutions for the ecological and environmental sciences. The site provides details of the projects and has a mailing list.


  • Ecourse engineer media lab

    eCourses web portal is designed to assist both students and professors in basic engineering courses. The web site includes all instructional material to conduct a course and there is no cost to either the instructor or student. Features include eBook, database of homework/quiz/test problems, solution to all problems, lectures in both Quicktime and Flash format, computer grading, and utilities.


  • eDigital research.com

    eDigitalResearch.com was founded in October 1999. Since then we have been working with some of the top global organisations, universities and academics to provide business focused market research capitalising on the tremendous impact of digital technology.


  • EducaNext

    EducaNext fosters collaboration among educators and researchers, allowing you   To participate in Knowledge Communities To communicate with experts in your field To exchange Learning Resources To work together on the production of Educational Material: Textbooks, lecture notes, case studies, simulations, etc. To deliver distributed Educational Activities: lectures, courses, workshops, case study discussions, etc. To distribute electronic content under license


  • Education index

    An annotated guide to the best education-related sites on the Web.


  • Education world

    Consists of a search engine for educational Web sites only, a place where educators can find information without searching the entire Internet, original content, including lesson plans, practical information for educators, information on how to integrate technology in the classroom, and articles written by education experts.


  • Educational software directory.net

    A Guide to Learning Software Resources on the Web


  • Educator corner

    A free collection of entrepreneurship education resources. Stanford University's Entrepreneurship Corner offers 2000 free videos and podcasts, featuring entrepreneurship and innovation thought leaders..


  • Educators' Website for Information Technology

    EWIT (The Educators' Website for Information Technology) is a learning community of academic and technical educators and community-based and business partnerships. EWIT supports the innovative use of IT skills and academic standards to enhance learning and to develop IT skills for work


  • EDUCAUSE

    EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.


  • eeProductCenter

    eeProductCenter, brought to you by the editors of EE Times and TechOnline, is a comprehensive online resource for new product announcements and reviews of the latest integrated circuits and electronics components. eeProductCenter will draw on the experience of its editors to break new product information first, helping to speed the engineer's product selection process. Key coverage areas include analog, boards, DSP, electromechanical/MEMS, embedded hardware/software, interconnects, logic/interface chips, memory devices, microprocessors, microcontrollers, passives/sensors, PLDs/FPGAs, power devices, RF/microwave chips, and test equipment.


  • EE-triever Toolbar

    Maxim Integrated Products, CA, USA, is a company engaged in product development in the areas of microcontrollers, fiber, communications, wireless RF, data converters, high-speed interface, audio, video, amplifiers, analog switches, display, power, battery management etc. EE-triever is a free program developed by this company as a tool for electrical engineers engaged in the product development in these areas. Once installed, EE-triever adds a information resource to the toolbar of Microsoft Internet Explorer on Windows and gives instant access to a wide variety of information including application notes, tutorials, software models, design guides, glossary of electrical engineering terms, product information and technical references. EE-triever is free for download and use. It requires Windows 98/ NT/2000/ XP workstation and server versions and Microsoft Internet Explorer browser, version 5.00 or later. .


  • Eframe work

    The e-Framework is an initiative by the UK's Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC), Australia's Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST) and partners to produce an evolving and sustainable, open standards based, service oriented technical framework to support the education and research communities.


  • eFunda

    eFunda stands for engineering Fundamentals. Its mission is to create an online destination for the engineering community, where working professionals can quickly find concise and reliable information to meet the majority of their daily reference needs. eFunda is all about the basics, for most part, that means college level material covered in engineering schools. If you practice engineering, more often than not you would find yourself searching for something you knew but could not quite remember. eFunda wants to be your reminder of these formulas. Not only that, eFunda wants to tell you exactly under what conditions those formulas apply, so you don't have to read an entire chapter of the good old textbook.


  • eg3.com

    eg3.com is the oldest and largest web resource devoted to electronic design, specifically embedded systems, realtime, and dsp. founded in late 1994, eg3.com indexes the free and non-commercial design information on the net, summarizes the over 800 vendor companies that make up this marketplace, and organizes the content of major chip companies and third party vendors into a searchable "design tool" for ee's and designers.


  • eHOW

    The eHow database of over 100,000 articles can help users. It's the world's most popular place to find clear instructions on how to do just about everything. Every month, over 8 million people visit the site. Site has more than 100,000 articles that are professionally written with clear and concise directions on how to do things. Also this has a rapidly growing library of articles created by eHow's members.


  • EHSfreeware

    A free virtual library where today you will find on-line databases of information, downloadable software, and lots of other interesting resources related to the environment, health & safety.


  • Eigenfactor.org

    ?Eigenfactor.org is a non-commercial academic research project sponsored by the Bergstrom lab in the Department of Biology at the University of Washington. We aim to develop novel methods for evaluating the influence of scholarly periodicals and for mapping the structure of academic research. We are committed to sharing our findings with interested members of the public, including librarians, journal editors, publishers, and authors of scholarly articles.?


  • eiNET

    Established in 1994, eiNET is the original searchable Internet directory whose mission is to provide contextually relevant information by integrating state-of-the-art technology with the human touch.


  • Einstein@Home

    Bruce Allen developed this World Year of Physics 2008 project for the Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) Scientific Collaboration to recruit Internet users to help determine whether gravitational wave exists. "Einstein@Home is a program that uses your computer's idle time to search for spinning neutron stars (also called pulsars) using data from the LIGO and GEO gravitational wave detectors." Users need only a computer with a fast connection to the Internet and the Einstein@Home screensaver. After learning about the program's rules and policies, visitors can create an account and download the necessary components. The website offers a user profile zone where visitors can share information and opinions as well as links to news stories about the project.


  • Einstein's Origami Snowflake Game

    Rick Nordal has created this fun website about the art of origami. The website is essentially an online paper-folding game. Graphic images are used to lead the visitor through the step-by-step process of folding paper into various geometric shapes in order to make a snowflake. The games involve folding a paper into a series of geometric shapes as quickly as possible, testing "a player's folding speed as well as his or her strategic thinking skills." Other games provide more fun with origami and a story tells how Nordal got started with origami.


  • Ekta Incubation Centre, West Bengal University of Technology

    Ekta Incubation Centre has become operational from December 1, 2005. This centre proposes to build on competencies of its own resources and those of the networked incubator Entrepreneurship Development Cell(EDC) at St. Xavier's College, Kolkata. EDC has been inaugurated on the 15th of Nov 2003, and became fully operational from the 15th of December 2003.


  • Electronic definitions website

    The website provides an "Alphabetical listing of over 2000 electronic devices, abbreviations, definitions and acronyms, terms and acronyms". For each term or acronym, the users will get the meaning, definations, expanded form of the acronym, related electronic terms and additional links related links such as dictionaries, tutorials, whitepapers, vendors etc. The website also provides links to list of new electronic terms, medical abbreviations and telecom dictionary.


  • Electronic Journal of Boundary Elements (EJBE)

    The Electronic Journal of Boundary Elements (EJBE) publishes fully reviewed papers dealing with all aspects of the Boundary Element Method (BEM), also known as the Boundary Integral Equation Method (BIE). Subscription to the electronic form of the journal is free of charge.


  • Electronic Journals library

    The Electronic Journals Library - is an initiative of the Regenburgs University in Germany that facilitates the access to full text articles online. The journals compiled cover many disciplines on both Humanities and Sciences in different languages and are divided into those that are fully accessible for all and those that are freely available from a group in institutions, normally University libraries in Germany.


  • Electronic Teacher

    This portal is dedicated to Electronic Students, Amateur and Professionals.


  • Electronics tutorials

    Electronics tutorials offered are FREE to you and are extremely comprehensive with over 120 individual electronics tutorials topics covering a very wide range of electronics. It will always continue to expand so come back often. This page will give you a good broad overview of this very comprehensive electronics tutorials site.


  • Elgg

    Elgg is an open source social networking platform based around choice, flexibility and openness: a system that firmly places individuals at the centre of their activities.


  • Email Marketing Software resource center

    The Email Marketing Software Resource Center contains articles on the topic of email marketing and email list management, a review of popular email marketing software programs, and tips for building effective email marketing strategies.


  • Embitel

    Embitel focuses on Digital Multi-channel solutions for e-commerce and on the Embedded Technology space. Embitel is a company with a creative approach to complex technology solutions. We develop technology applications and solutions that are suitable for an ever changing and evolving techno business environment.


  • Emilio Segre Visual Archives

    A collection of more than 25,000 historical photographs, slides, lithographs, engravings, and other visual materials, the Emilio SegreVisual Archives focuses on American physicists and astronomers of the twentieth century, but includes many scientists in Europe and elsewhere, in other fields related to physics, and in earlier times. The collection is named in honor of Emilio Segre best known for his Nobel Prize-winning work in nuclear and high-energy physics, but also an avid photographer and author of books on the history of modern physics. The Visual Archives is part of the Niels Bohr Library of the Center for History of Physics at the American Institute of Physics.


  • Encyclopedia Astronautica

    The Encyclopedia Astronautica is the single most comprehensive reference for the history of spaceflight. It is a proven and reliable source endorsed by the Encyclopedia Britannica, library associations, NASA, the world's major newspapers and television networks, Internet guides, and leading space writers and historians. A list of their enthusiastic reviews and coments follows, concluded with a brief history of the site.


  • Endat

    A useful site with four directories of products and services for the external environment, the built environment, building services engineering, and process engineering.


  • End-user patent searching using open access sources

    Researchers can learn effective searching at their desktop and download files for immediate use. Students can learn about a particular field for program and career choices. Those seeking a job can do background checking on industry trends, individual company research, and watch a technology as it moves among companies, inventors, and locations. Because gathering information from patents is more important than ever, this paper focuses on free access points, and demonstrates comprehensive U.S. patent searching, using approaches not available via keyword terms. Other countries are developing quickly and many find that it is expedient to file international patents, so this type of searching is covered as well.


  • Energy Citation Database

    The Energy Citations Database (ECD) provides free access to over 2.3 million science research citations with continued growth through regular updates. There are over 209,000 electronic documents, primarily from 1943 forward, available via the database. Citations and documents are made publicly available by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).


  • Engineer an endless fronter

    This website supplements the book ?Engineering -- An Endless Frontier?, by Sunny Auyang, published by Harvard University Press. Besides a long list of references, it contains information about the characteristics of engineering and its relations to science and business.


  • Engineer council UK

    The Engineering Council UK is an organisation set up by Royal Charter to regulate the engineering profession in the UK . It achieves this by working through a number of engineering institutions, providing the standard for assessment of individuals, and for education programmes and for professional development programmes. Under its Royal Charter, ECUK formally represents the interests of UK engineers abroad. It is a Designated Authority under the current General Systems Directives.


  • Engineering case study

    This is a collection of information on engineering cases. These are accounts of real engineering projects that are written for use in engineering education. The accounts are not highly technical, and are quite readable by those with the appropriate interest.


  • Engineering research paper

    The National Science Foundation-sponsored Engineering Research Centers (ERCs) are a group of engineered systems-focused, interdisciplinary centers located at universities all across the United States, each in close partnership with industry. ERCs provide an environment in which academe and industry can collaborate in pursuing strategic advances in complex engineered systems and systems-level technologies important for the Nation's future. Activity within ERCs lies at the interface between the discovery-driven culture of science and the innovation-driven culture of engineering. The centers provide the intellectual foundation for industry to collaborate with faculty and students on resolving generic, long-range challenges, producing the knowledge base needed for steady advances in technology and their speedy transition to the marketplace.


  • Engineering Search Engine

    GlobalSpec is the leading specialized vertical search, information services and e-publishing company serving the engineering, manufacturing and related scientific and technical market segments. The company provides its buy-side users with domain-expert search engines, a broad range of proprietary and aggregated Web-based content and over 58 product-area-specific e-newsletters that help engineers and related professionals perform their key job tasks with the highest levels of accuracy and productivity.


  • ENGINEERING.com

    ENGINEERING.com online resource and business for engineers. With lots of free tools, an extensive engineering library and directories, Engineering.com is the premier online destination for engineers of all disciplines. Engineering.com also offers hosted and deployed engineering software and services to manufacturers, design consultants and engineering students around the world.


  • Engineering-net

    "This is a one-of-a-kind web site that provides resources for you, the professional engineer, manager or business-person. It is provided as a service to engineering professionals who would like information about data acquisition, measurement, control systems, or systems engineering. Our goal is to consolidate, in one location, Internet resources to guide you to helpful technical information and services."


  • Engineeringsign

    The online BSL/English glossary for engineering and the built environment.


  • EngineeringSpecifier

    News for engineers.


  • Engineeringtalk: the world's No.1 design news source

    Engineeringtalk is a news and information website aimed at Product Design and Automation Engineers throughout the world. It publish news releases, case studies and technical articles from any manufacturer which submits them, making Engineeringtalk one of the most comprehensive news resources on the web. It currently have 39607 news releases from 3007 suppliers on the website. Engineeringtalk also has a free email newsletter from the editor, containing the top news releases.


  • Engineers Without Borders - USA

    Engineers Without Borders (EWB-USA) is a non-profit humanitarian organization established to partner with developing communities worldwide in order to improve their quality of life. This partnership involves the implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while involving and training internationally responsible engineers and engineering students.


  • Engineerswork

    Engineering Jobs in the UK. The Works is independant and is not owned by a recruitment company.


  • Engitech.com

    Find information about engineering products and services, engineering books, engineering software, links to the best Engineering sites,ewtc.


  • English short title catalogue

    The English Short Title Catalogue (ESTC) lists over 460,000 items published between 1473 and 1800, mainly in Britain and North America, mainly, but not exclusively, in English from the collections of the British Library and over 2,000 other libraries.


  • Enhancement Theme

    The Enhancement Themes initiative aims to enhance the student learning experience in Scottish higher education by identifying specific areas (themes) for development. The themes encourage academic and support staff and students to share current good practice and collectively generate ideas and models for innovation in learning and teaching.


  • EntireWeb

    The international Web search engine www.entireweb.com is not only a highly popular general purpose search engine used by millions of people around the world - it is also a showcase of search technology and out expertise in the field of ultra-high-performance information retrieval from huge unstructured data sources.


  • Enviropedia

    300+ topics about the Environment


  • Enviropedia - An encyclopedia of environment

    The website provides information on more than 300 topics such as acid rains, air pollution, air quality, atmosphere, climate and climate change, weather, global warming, ozone depletion and sustainability. The contents are organized under such categories. The site has additional links such as EcoIQ, EcoSpeakers, EcoPhotos etc.


  • e-Optimization.com

    e-Optimization.com is designed as an informational meeting place for any one interested in optimization software - from expert algorithm developers to business people who wish to learn more about this important technology. The site offers forums, case studies, white papers, technical papers, documents, company profiles and links to similar resources.


  • E-print Network

    The E-print Network is a: "vast, integrated network of electronic scientific and technical information created by scientists and research engineers active in their respective fields, intended for use by other scientists, engineers, and students at advanced levels."


  • Equmath

    This site contains a collection of maths lessons on subjects such as algebra and differential equations.


  • ER Online

    This site is aimed at giving a practical guide to Engineering Products, Companies and Resources presented via the 'Net. Web links point out the availability of engineering data via this media, while making it's appearance more useful by indexing it here. The sites' Search Engine provides the user with an additional means of finding relevant resources, and advertisers a custom result allowing detailed coverage of products and services.


  • eResearch Australisia

    eResearch Australasia 2007 will be held 26-28 June at The University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia, with workshops following on 29 June. The conference will feature speakers, posters, and demonstrations from the Australian and international eResearch community.


  • Eric Weisstein's World of Science :A Wolfram Web Resource

    Eric Weisstein's World of Science contains budding encyclopedias of astronomy, scientific biography, chemistry, and physics.


  • eRisk.com

    Enterprise Risk Solutions (ERS), a recently formed subsidiary of leading financial services consulting firm Oliver Wyman & Company, recently announced the launch of its risk management portal eRisks.com. The website, is the first integrated online resource for risk professionals across all industries, providing education, best practice benchmarking, analytics, case studies and news via the internet.


  • E-sagu

    The ICT-ARD is carrying out teaching , research and devlopment with an aim to build ICT-based systems and methodologies to accelarate indian agriculture and rural development.


  • escholarship Repository

    The repository, sponsored by the California Digital Library, provides persistent access and makes the content easily discoverable. It is a project of the eScholarship initiative of the California Digital Library within the University of California Office of the President. eScholarship, whose mission is to facilitate and support scholar-led innovations in scholarly communication, is providing this and other services in response to an expressed need for alternative publishing mechanisms.


  • ESDU Engineer

    ESDU's engineering design and research quarterly newsletter.


  • eStar

    The eSTAR Project is a programme to build an intelligent robotic telescope network. It is a joint project between the Astrophysics Research Institute at Liverpool John Moores University and the Astrophysics Research Group of the School of Physics at the University of Exeter.


  • Ethics in Computing

    Dr. Edward F. Gehringer, Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science, NC State University has posted this website on Ethics in Computing. An interactive image of a map guides visitors through different topics covered on this website, so you can start with the Basics or jump right into one of the issue areas. The areas covered include: Social Justice Issues, Commerce, Computer Abuse, Speech Issues, Risks, Privacy, and Intellectual Property. Under each area are links to other resources on the Web, providing definitions, relevant data, case examples, and offering various perspectives on the issues. Some of the links are out of date, but there is still plenty of information to be gleaned from this website on ethics.


  • Ethos: A New Start for Doctoral thesis in the UK

    An article in Free Pint, by Neil Jacobs and Anthony Troman.


  • EuclideanSpace - Mathematics and Computing

    Three-dimensional (3-D) rendering and animation technology is not only used for entertainment, but also for research and educational purposes. The technology can be used for purposes of scientific simulation in fields such as physics, biology, or chemistry. For example, Stanford University's Folding@home project uses 3-D simulations and distributed computing to study protein folding, misfolding, aggregation, and related diseases. Three-D simulations can also be used to observe phenomena that would normally be impossible to scrutinize in detail, as is demonstrated on this website on Center for Automation in Nanobiotech: Nanorobotics. This next website describes work by the University of Texas Austin: Robotics Research Group in using 3-D simulations to enhance undergraduate and graduate engineering education. The EdCenter: Interactive 3D Modelling makes available several compressed files of 3-D simulations that model earthquake data, Mars, a San Diego Fly Through, and more. On this website EuclideanSpace: Building a 3D WorldM, Martin Baker provides "all you need to know about 3D theory" and this website The Breve Simulation Environment provides access to a free open-source software package which "makes it easy to build 3-D simulations of decentralized systems and artificial life." This last article from Cyberbotics, Ltd.: Webots (TM) discusses how mobile robotics simulation programs can be used to design robots.


  • eufeeds

    300 newspaper feeds, updated regularly.


  • Euginfactor.org

    Eigenfactor.org is a non-commercial academic research project sponsored by the Bergstrom lab in the Department of Biology at the University of Washington. We aim to develop novel methods for evaluating the influence of scholarly periodicals and for mapping the structure of academic research. We are committed to sharing our findings with interested members of the public, including librarians, journal editors, publishers, and authors of scholarly articles.


  • EurekAlert.org

    EurekAlert! is an online, global news service operated by AAAS, the science society. EurekAlert! provides a central place through which universities, medical centers, journals, government agencies, corporations and other organizations engaged in research can bring their news to the media. EurekAlert! also offers its news and resources to the public. EurekAlert! features news and resources focused on all areas of science, medicine and technology.


  • eurekster

    eurekster is a search engine with personalized results.


  • Euro-India ICT co-operation Initiatives

    The Euro-India ICT Co-operation helps bridge the gap between research and exploitation by showcasing complementary activities between Europeans & Indians, engage in ICT discussions & find potential partners for commercial or research collaborations namely future Information Society Technologies (IST) Calls.


  • European commission Agrinet portal

    This European portal is dedicated to EU-funded research in agriculture, fisheries, forestry and rural development. Users will find here all information related to research themes, research projects, on-going and future calls, related policies, future research and all practical information (calendar, contacts, publications). This information website is managed by DG Research - E4 Unit, in charge of Agriculture, Forests , Fishing and Aquaculture. This portal covers past, on-going and future activities, led under the several Research & Development Framework Programmes


  • European Patent office

    The European Patent Office (EPO) provides a uniform application procedure for individual inventors and companies seeking patent protection in up to 38 European countries. It is the executive arm of the European Patent Organisation and is supervised by the Administrative Council.


  • European Science Communication and Information Network (ESCIN)

    The European Science Communication and Information Network (ESCIN) aims to improve the appreciation and understanding of basic and applied scientific research among Europe's citizens and opinion-formers.


  • European Telecommunication Standard institute

    The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) produces globally-applicable standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), including fixed, mobile, radio, converged, broadcast and internet technologies.


  • Evaluation of web search engine

    This web site is dedicated to gather all scientific literature published in the web about the evaluation of the search engines, more particularly about the information retrieval effectiveness.


  • Event online.org

    A source for scientific event information.


  • Eventeer

    Eventseer has gone through a major upgrade. Eventseer provides a way to keep track of upcoming academic events.


  • eweek

    eWEEK.com is a source for all high-tech news.


  • Examstutor.com

    Examstutor.com combines comprehensive A level study notes written by highly experienced A level Examiners, a database of specimen Exam Paper Questions with exam board Mark Schemes, and a range of additional learning resources, to provide the ideal A level study resource, and revision foundation for exam success at A and AS level.


  • Expert central

    "Here you can get On-Target advice from over 4,500 experts, with many answers for free!"


  • Exploratorium's Digital Library

    Exploratorium's Digital Library. The different collections in the library include digital media and digitized museum materials related to interactive exhibits and scientific phenomena, including images, educational activities in PDF and html formats, QuickTime movies, streaming media, and audio files. You may search, select and download digital files for individual, noncommercial educational use.


  • ExploreLearning.com

    ExploreLearning.com offers the world's largest library of interactive online simulations for math and science education in grades.


  • Face to interface web development

    Face 2 Interface is dedicated to making the web work for you and your customers, by providing high quality solutions to your business needs. his site contains many articles of information regarding a wide range of web related topics including articles contributed by guest authors. The "Master Your Domain" series may be of special interest.


  • FactBites

    Factbites is a new approach to web searching - the results make sense! Factbites offers users meaningful, relevant sentences from every site in the search results.


  • Federal Communications Commission (FCC)

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent United States government agency, directly responsible to Congress. The FCC was established by the Communications Act of 1934 and is charged with regulating interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. The FCC's jurisdiction covers the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions.


  • Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC)

    The Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) is the nationwide network of federal laboratories that provides the forum to develop strategies and opportunities for linking the laboratory mission technologies and expertise with the marketplace.


  • Fetchbook Info

    FetchBook.Info is a quick and easy way to compare prices of new and used books among dozens of bookstores. The price comparison is thorough and independent, providing you with the lowest price you can find for any book.


  • FextIT

    FexIT.com represents an integrated approach to Web-searching for business. By streamlining searches and delivering intelligent results, it breaks new ground in managing the flow and usefulness of business information on the Web.


  • Fiber Optics

    Recent news coverage describes a collaboration between SBC Communications and Microsoft to combine telephone, television and internet access under one highspeed network connection. This Topic in Depth explores fiber optic technology, its history and implications. This article from SFGate reports on the recent negotiations between SBC and Microsoft and the implications of the new technology for Internet and television access. This website from SBC provides video footage and background information on their initiative called Project Lightspeed. This initiative is based largely on fiber technology, which is described further on this website from How Stuff Works. This website provides a brief history of fiber optics technology along with links to sections on the applications of fiber optics and more basics on transmission. This article from PC World discusses how fiber optics became a viable option. This article from Telephony Online reviews some of the challenges that remain.


  • Field Arithmetic Preprint Archive

    The Field Arithmetic electronic preprint archive "stores electronic preprints on the arithmetic of fields, Galois theory, model theory of fields, and related topics." Hosted by Ben Gurion University in Be'er-Sheva, Israel, the archive included over 50 articles at the time of this report. Each article is accompanied by an abstract and is available in .dvi (TeX) format A mailing list informs members when new preprints are added to the archive.


  • Financial Technologies India Ltd

    Financial Technologies (India) Limited, the flagship company of the Financial Technologies Group, is among global leaders in offering technology IP (Intellectual Property) and domain expertise to create and trade on next generation financial markets, that are transparent, efficient and liquid, across all asset class including - equities, commodities, currency and debt.


  • Find sound.com

    FindSounds.com is a free site for finding sound effects and musical instrument samples on the Web. It is a Web search engine, like Google and AltaVista, but with a focus on sounds.


  • Find-it

    This meta search engine provides results from several popular search engines.


  • Fiorano Software Technologoies Pvt.Ltd.

    Fiorano is a leading provider of Enterprise class business process integration and messaging infrastructure technology. Companies use Fiorano products to develop Real-Time Enterprise competencies, improving operational efficiencies and business performance by easily deploying flexible business processes spanning multiple applications, platforms and partners.


  • FirstScience.com - Amazing websites for interesting minds

    FirstScience.com is a premier resource for science on the web. It offers science articles in various categories including space, physics, biology, earth science and technology. It also hosts science quiz, links, science and nature poems, games, webcams, fact files, science links, a free newsletter and comprehensive environmental, space and science news. Its aim is to make science fun as well as accessible. FirstScience.com is committed to bringing an outstanding service every hour of every day.


  • FirstStop

    FirstStop is an award winning, customizable multi-search engine has been described as the FASTEST no-nonsense meta search for the net"


  • Flash animations for physics

    Many complex concepts in physics are difficult to explain. Animation provides a way of explaining and demonstrating such complex concepts. This web page has 84 Flash animations. These are grouped under the following categories: chaos, classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, micrometer caliper, nuclear physics, optics, oscilloscope, quantum mechanics, relativity, sound waves, vectors and waves. The selected animation will appear in a separate window. The animations can be downloaded from the website. In addition, the website provides access to a tutorial on using Flash to do physics animations and this is also available for download.


  • Focus on the digital age

    Focus On the Digital Age gives an overview of ICT use in the UK, showing the extent to which people, education, business and government have taken up the new technology and how ICT is changing working and business practices. It also looks at how the UK compares with other countries and describes some of the problems associated with the digital age.


  • Focuss.ec

    A starting point for internet searches on development work and studies.


  • For students and scholars

    The ministry of human resource development recently launched http://sakshat.gov.in , a free portal aimed at nurturing talent and providing one-stop solution for addressing the needs of students, scholars and teachers. In addition, the portal designed, developed and implemented jointly by the National Informatics Centre and IBM- is aimed to promote flexibility for new learning methodologies, and help in standardising the accreditation process and training methods. In the first phase, the ministry has identified two application modules out of 40 core services for implementation including scholarship management, certification management, collaborative services and knowledge management. The first look at portal suggests that it is extremely information rich, with sections on scholarships, vocational courses, a database schools and colleges across India, syllabus of selected educational boards, e-books and e-journals, virtual class, audio-visual libraries, education helpline and student aid, among others. This coverage makes the portal appealing to learners ranging form the kindergarten to PhD levels. HRD is planning to work with the University Grants Commission, the Indira Gandhi National Open University to develop the world-class content.


  • Formula student

    Formula Student is about building future engineering talent by designing and producing a single-seater racing car, not just in design and manufacture, but in many of the management, marketing and people skills so vital in the modern world, across all sectors of employment.


  • Forum for the Future of higher Education

    The Forum for the Future of Higher Education is a community of academic leaders and scholars who convene annually to explore new thinking in higher education. The Forum facilitates shared inquiry and collaboration on issues likely to influence the future of higher education, primarily in economics, strategy, learning, and technology. The Forum sponsors and creates research, presents scholarship at annual Aspen symposia, and disseminates findings throughout higher education. The Forum is an independent, nonprofit organization resident at MIT. Previously the Forum was resident at Columbia, Stanford, and Yale.


  • FOSSBazaar

    FOSSBazaar is an open community of technology and industry leaders who are collaborating to accelerate adoption of free and open source software in the enterprise.


  • Foundation for Innovation and Technology Transfer [FIIT] IIT Delhi

    FITT is the Industrial Interface of IIT Delhi. It was established at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT Delhi) as a Registered Society on the 9th July 1992. The mission of FITT is to be an effective Interface with the Industry to foster, promote and sustain commercialization of Science and technology in the institute for mutual benefits. The primary objective of FITT is to market the intellectual ware of IIT to industry on competitive terms and at the same time inject industrial relevance to IITs teaching and research activities. FITT offers a flexible mechanism and a single window service to industry for making use of the expertise and facilities available and capabilities developed at IIT Delhi.


  • Foundation for Revitalization of Local Health Traditions

    The institutional agenda of the Foundation for Revitalisation of Local Health Traditions (FRLHT) is derived from its vision: "to revitalize Indian medical". FRLHT has identified three thrust areas to fulfill this vision. These are: i) Conserving natural resources used by Indian Systems of Medicine, ii) Demonstrating contemporary relevance of theory and practice of Indian Systems of Medicine, iii) Revitalisation of social processes (institutional, oral and commercial) for transmission of traditional knowledge of health care for its wider use and application.


  • Free documentaries

    Freedocumentaries.org is a civil initiative to give visibility to documentaries that address issues that are not often reflected in mass media. Their goal is to have everyone that watches a film learn something; whether it be a new perspective on a topic, simply understanding a conflict, or being more accepting of a certain belief system. The documentaries are divided into regional and thematic categories.


  • Free email adress Directory

    Welcome to the #1 free email resource! You'll find 1,000+ free email services, plus 100s of other free resources from mailing lists to autoresponders. There are also for-fee email service reviews, articles about free email and info on finding email addresse


  • Free knowledge Institute : FKI

    The Free Knowledge Institute (FKI) is a non-profit organisation that fosters the free exchange of knowledge in all areas of society. Inspired by the Free Software movement, the FKI promotes freedom of use, modification, copying and distribution of knowledge in four different but highly related fields: education, technology, culture and science.


  • Free Patent online

    An online site for free patent searching. This site has been given a makeover.


  • Free science video and lectures

    Free education online is possible. Find videos covering biology, astronomy, chemistry, genetics, physics, technology, marine biology, weather, climate, and more.


  • Free software and open source foundation for Africa (FOSFA

    FOSSFA is the premier African FOSS organization, and was founded under the auspices of the Bamako Bureau of the African Information Society Initiative within the mandate given by African Governments in 1995 to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA). The Vision of FOSSFA is to promote the use of FOSS and the FOSS model in African development, and the organization supports the integration of FOSS in national policies.


  • Free Software Foundation

    The Free Software Foundation (FSF) is a 501(c)3 donor supported charity founded in 1985 and based in Boston, MA, USA. The FSF has a worldwide mission to promote computer user freedom and to defend the rights of all free software users.


  • Freebase

    "It's about film, sports, politics, music, science and everything else all connected together. Our contributors are collecting data from all over the internet to build a massive, collaboratively-edited database of cross-linked data. Its a big job and we're just getting started.?


  • Freedom construction

    Freeform Construction is a truly adventurous and far-reaching new construction method which will change the very future of building and construction as we know it. It will revolutionise the way we build, it will enhance existing construction processes and bring about new capabilities for the construction process, and it will allow us to build in ways which simply weren't possible before. Freeform Construction is about 'printing' buildings, as if you were printing this page.


  • Freely available Institute Resources

    This site from the Association of Research Libraries has been updated and reconfigured. The FAIR site provides a space for institute faculty and alumni to share outreach resources with the broader community. Many resources are developed exclusively for the Institute but others may be developed by academic libraries and selected as FAIR resources.


  • FreePCB - A printed circuit board layout editor

    FreePCB is a free, open-source printed circuit board layout editor for Microsoft Windows, released under the GNU General Public License. It has been designed with an easy to learn and easy to use approach with capability of professional-quality work. The details of its features, download links and user guide are available at this website.


  • Freeze Clip Art

    A clip art site which offers free images, after registration.


  • fResources

    "fResource is a unique online community for researchers and fundraisers from around the world to come together and share their knowledge about all things research related. Our aim is to help develop fundraising research as a discipline in it's own right as well as ensuring the vast array of information and resources can be accessed by everyone in the search for funding."


  • FSF/UNESCO - Free Software Directory

    The Free Software Directory is a project of the Free Software Foundation (FSF) and United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). It provides a catalog of useful free software that runs under free operating systems, particularly the GNU operating system and its GNU/Linux variants.The FSF provides this directory as a service to the free software community. The coverage includes wide range of categories such as audio, education, graphics, network applications, mathematics, science, sofware development and web authoring.


  • FUMSI

    FUMSI publishes articles, tools, and a monthly magazine, to give you practical help with information skills.


  • Future of Human Evolution

    This site is about the future of human evolution. We explore and present information on technological activities (and their associated social implications) that have the capacity to not only enhance our survival probability as a species, but to improve the quality of life as we move along the evolutionary path. We are non-partisan, and are neither anti nor pro-religious, preferring to remain open or at least tolerant regarding theories and beliefs which can be neither proven nor refuted scientifically.


  • GEANT

    The G?ANT network has been in full production service, taking over from the previous pan-European research network TEN-155. Reaching over 3,000 research and education institutions in over 30 countries through 28 national and regional research and education networks, G?ANT provides the highest capacity and offers the greatest geographic coverage of any network of its kind in the world. It has dual roles of providing an infrastructure to support researchers, as well as providing an infrastructure for (network) research itself.


  • Geek.com

    Geek.com has been an online technology resource and community for technology enthusiasts and professionals since 1996. They feature the latest news and reviews of the hottest hardware and software, along with Computer Buying Guides, Features, and more. Geeks can feel at home in any of our topic areas including Apple, Gadgets, Games, Mobile, and Chips.


  • Geo network open source

    GeoNetwork Opensource was developed by FAO, World Food Programme, the United Nations Environment Programme, and the UN Office for the coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Its free open source application implements the portal and catalog components of OGC's Reference Architecture. Its portal services provide access control and a tool for advanced metadata editing. Its catalog services (CAT 1.1.1 and CAT CS-W 2.0.1) implement a metadata clearinghouse providing access to data and metadata. Its data services component permit data processing involving features and coverages and SLD maintenance through OGC encodings and interfaces.


  • Geoengineer

    Resources and educational infomation in Geotechnical Engineering and related fields


  • Geography Arena

    Geography Arena provides a one-stop gateway to geographical resources for academics, researchers, students, practitioners and laymen."


  • Geo-Leo

    Geo-Leo searches approximately 4 million geoscience and mining related bibliographical records from the catalogues of the UBF - part of the Cataloging Union in South Western Germany (SWB), the SUB - part of the Common Library Network (GBV) and the Bibliothek des Wissenschaftsparks Albert Einstein in Potsdam, the Erdbibliothek of the ETH Z?rich - part of the Network of Libraries and Information Centers in Switzerland (NEBIS) and the Geographische Zentralbibliothek


  • Georgia Tech: Contextual Computing Group

    The Contextual Computing Group is a research organization at Georgia Tech College of Computing that focuses on the field of contextually aware, wearable computing systems. The group is interested in "how the continued emergence of on-body computational resources will impact society." Topics addressed in its work include Wearable Computing, Augmented Reality, Lifelong Everyday Interfaces, Natural Gestural Interfaces, First-Person Perceptive Agents, Contextual Computing Devices, Human Computer Interaction, Computer Vision, Memory Prostheses, Embedded Computers, and Sensor Fusion. Projects related to Wearable Computing have yielded hardware products that are available to purchase. Resources that the group has found useful are available to download free of charge.


  • Ghacks

    Ghacks is a technology news blog that was founded in 2005 by Martin Brinkmann. It has since then become one of the most popular tech news sites on the Internet with five authors and regular contributions from freelance writers.


  • GIAN, Ahmedabad [Grossroots Innovatins augmentation Network]

    GIANs have been setup by NIF at Ahmedabad, Guwahati and Jaipur for providing incubation support to grassroots innovations and traditional knowledge from the regions of West, north-East and North India, respectively. In addition, GIAN cells are present at Tumkur and Madurai in south India.


  • GIAN: Gujarat Grassroot Innovations Augmentation Network

    GIAN is India's first Grassroots Innovations Incubator, which nurtures socially and commercially viable green grassroots innovations and traditional knowledge so that they can accrue commercial value when converted into saleable products.


  • Gigaom

    Gigaom has long been a leader in emerging technology research. They are forward leaning, with a futures-oriented take on the trends and tools that are shaping the next economy in the 21st century.


  • GitHub

    GitHub is how people build software. With a community of more than 12 million people, developers can discover, use, and contribute to over 31 million projects using a powerful collaborative development workflow.


  • Gizmodo

    Gizmodo.com a very useful website for gadget lovers. Gizmodo features the latest news of gadgets. This website is best guide for gadgets. It also displays news for apple ios, android and windows operating system. So if you are a gadget lover then this website must be useful to you click the image and go for it.


  • Global Grid Forum

    The Global Grid Forum (GGF) is a community-initiated forum of 5000+ individual researchers and practitioners working on distributed computing, or "grid" technologies. GGF's primary objective is to promote and support the development, deployment, and implementation of Grid technologies and applications via the creation and documentation of "best practices" - technical specifications, user experiences, and implementation guidelines


  • Go-geo!

    Go-Geo! is a tool designed to help you find details about geo-spatial datasets and related resources within Great Britain tertiary education and beyond. This is a trial service for the academic community.


  • Google sketchup

    Google SketchUp is a powerful yet easy-to-learn 3D software tool that combines a simple, yet robust tool-set with an intelligent drawing system that streamlines and simplifies 3D design.


  • Google watch

    A look at how Google's monopoly, algorithms, and privacy policies are undermining the Web.


  • Googles Documents &Spreadsheet

    Google Docs & Spreadsheets is a free web-based word processing and spreadsheet program that keeps documents current and lets the people you choose update files from their own computers.


  • Government information online :Geo

    Government Information Online (GIO) is a national pilot project that will establish a viable model for online cooperative virtual reference and information service that specializes in answering questions about government information.


  • GovSpot.com (U.S.government information portal)

    GovSpot.com is a non-partisan government information portal designed to simplify the search for the best and most relevant government information online. This free resource offers a high-utility collection of top government and civic resources hand-selected by editorial team for their quality, content and utility.


  • Graph Theory

    Graph theory is widely used in computer science, engineering and of course, mathematics. Wikipedia offers this definition and overview of Graph Theory. This next website from Mega-Math reviews some of the Vocabulary of Graphs and highlights some applications for graph theory, such as the design of computer systems and games. Some additional applications for Graph Theory are discussed in this more technical book called Graph Theory with Applications. This website from Georgia Tech discusses a proof that allows a user to create a map of the U.S. using just four colors. For a more involved explanation of Graph Theory, see this Graph Theory book by Reinhard Diestel. On this next website, Christopher P. Mawata of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga offers a collection of Graph Theory Lessons for educators. The final website provides a short biography of a key figure in Graph Theory who recently passed away, Frank Harary.


  • GrayLIT Network

    Developed by the Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI), in collaboration with DOD/DTIC, NASA, and EPA, the GrayLIT Network is a portal for technical report information generated through federally funded research and development projects. The GrayLIT Network was released in early response to recommendations from a May 2000 Workshop on the concept of a Future Information Infrastructure for the Physical Sciences held at the National Academy of Sciences.


  • Great thinker and Visioner

    This is a list of people whose ideas on how and where the world is-and should be-evolving, may be of interest to those who want to understand the frontier of human thought.


  • Greatest Engineering achievement of 20th century

    The Greatest Engineering Achievements website celebrates a remarkable century of technological achievement. The website contains detailed historical information, timelines, and personal essays by key innovators for each of 20 major engineering accomplishments of the 20th century.


  • Green League

    Tables of universities and their environmental performance.


  • Grid computing information center

    The Grid Computing Information Centre aims to promote the development and advancement of technologies that provide seamless and scalable access to wide-area distributed resources.


  • Grid computing planet

    A news site about Grid computing.


  • GRIDS Center - Part of the NSF Middleware Initiative

    The Grid Research Integration Development and Support (GRIDS) Center has been created through the NSF Middleware Initiative (http://www.nsf-middleware.org/) to define, develop, deploy, and support an integrated national middleware infrastructure in support of 21st Century science and engineering applications. GRIDS is a partnership of the University of Southern Californias Information Sciences Institute (ISI), the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the University of Chicago (U of C), the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California-San Diego and the University of Wisconsin-Madison.


  • Guide to Queer Resources in the Social Sciences

    This site, maintained by a sociologist attempts to be " ... a guide to queer sources in anthropology, education, history, law, psychology, sociology, and social work ... [the author recognises] .... this is a huge undertaking and the site is only supposed to be a starting point. Its intended audience is social sciences scholars who are interested in finding out more information about queer studies." The guide covers both print and online sources, with the emphasis, particularly in the printed resource sections, on material produced in approximately the last 10 years. The site also contains links to online search engines that the author found useful in constructing the web site.


  • Handbook of Applied Cryptography of Alfred J. Menezes, Paul C. van Oorschot and Scott A. Vanstone

    The Handbook was reprinted (5th printing) in August 2001. The publisher made all the various minor changes and updates we submitted. You can identify the 5th printing of the book by looking for "5 6 7 8 9 0". CRC Press has generously given permission to make all chapters available for free download. Click, download and read this book.


  • Handbook of User-Centred Design

    This handbook provides an introduction to the key principles and activities of user-centred design as advocated by the ISO 13407 standard. It gives a descriptions of a range of established methods which can be used to evaluate the usability of a product or system in order to achieve quality in use. The description of each individual method includes details on the required pre-requisites, equipments and resources, advice on selecting appropriate method. This has been compiled by Owen Daly-Jones, Nigel Bevan and Cathy Thomas of Serco Usability Services & National Physical Laboratory


  • Hardware-guru.com

    Hardware-guru is designed to bring you up to date with all digital Hardware design technical information. This unique online resource center offers you with interview quiz, board and system design, articles, lab stuff, white papers, related links, and many more online resources.


  • Harvard college computer science 50

    Computer science can be a tricky subject, so it's fortunate that Harvard College has created this lovely resource designed for neophytes and everyone else. Taught by David Malan, this course is designed to teach interested persons "how to think more methodically and how to solve problems more effectively." On this site, visitors can view all of the course lectures, take a look at some problem sets, and look over lecture notes and slides.


  • HEALTHmap

    Drawing on new and rather novel computer-aided mapping programs, scholars have been able to bring together a number of disparate data sources that deal with a diverse set of disciplines. One such project has recently appeared online, and it is called HEALTHmap. Created by a team of researchers based at the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences & Technology, the project brings together aggregate data on diseases around the world, and in doing so, has created an important new way to visualize and think about various public health situations and potential epidemics. Specifically, the site draws on data from the World Health Organization, Google News, and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control. Using a series of boxes, visitors can toggle on and off various diseases on the world map, including dengue fever, meningitis, E.coli, and dozens more. Overall, it?s a very good resource for anyone with an interest in public health or data visualization


  • Healthopedia.com

    The mission of Healthopedia.com "is to be the Internet's most trusted and extensive information resource for health and medical content." The site features a Medical Encyclopedia with information about a plethora of health-related topics organized under broad categories like Diseases and Conditions, Diet and Nutrition, Surgeries and Procedures, and Injuries and Wounds. The site also contains a large collection of medical images which are sorted into such categories as Cardiovascular; Bone, Joints, and Muscles; Dental and Oral; Ear, Nose, and Throat; General Anatomy, and more. The site contains a Health News Center with links to recent news stories as well.


  • Healthy India

    Healthy India endeavors to advance consciousness of disease prevention opportunities, encourage earlier detection and treatment of chronic diseases, and foster healthy living through information and resources on healthy lifestyle viz. Healthy Diet; Physical Activity; Tobacco and Alcohol related health problems; Environment; Yoga; Stress Management; High Blood Pressure; Diabetes; Cancers; Heart Attacks and Strokes.


  • Helsinki University of Technology: Computational Information Technology

    Computational Information Technology is a research group of the Laboratory of Computational Engineering at the Helsinki University of Technology in Finland. This section of the website introduces visitors to the group's work on modelling and analyzing complex physical, technical and economic processes and systems. Researchers "carry out method development and application oriented research on advanced probabilistic and information theoretic methods." Some applications include statistical modelling of financial markets, pattern recognition in neural networks, machine vision for microscope image processing, data mining, and intelligent human-machine interfaces. The Research Projects section describes the group's work in these areas and highlights the mathematical and statistical methods used, such as Bayesian methods, vision geometry, Turing's reaction-diffusion systems, and time-frequency analysis. Each research area has its own website, where the overall project and theoretical framework is described along with images and diagrams. Publications, such as theses and journal articles are listed and some conference proceedings and articles are available to download.


  • High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network

    The High Performance Wireless Research and Education Network (HPWREN) is creating, demonstrating, and evaluating a non-commercial, prototype, high-performance, wide-area, wireless network in three counties in California. The project, funded by the National Science Foundation, has installed backbone nodes at the UC San Diego and San Diego State University campuses, and a number of "hard to reach" areas in remote environments. The HPWREN is used for network analysis research and offers high-speed wireless Internet collaboration for field researchers from various disciplines (such as geophysics, astronomy, and ecology), as well as for educational opportunities related to rural Native American learning centers. The work also addresses networking requirements for first responders in remote areas. On this website are Public Information Materials, which include photos, facts, figures, and links to related research as well as ongoing updates about progress.


  • Highbeam reserch engine

    Search our extensive archive of more than 35 million documents from over 3,000 sources -- a vast collection of articles from leading publications, updated daily and going back as far as 20 years. The HighBeam Research Engine offers more than 1.5 million full-text articles to individual researchers for free and adds extensive premium reference and news articles from Knight Ridder, Oxford University Press and The Washington Post.


  • High-Speed Visual Imaging

    High-Speed Visual Imaging (HiViz) provides "information and inspiration especially for students, teachers and hobbyists." Their goal is to dispel common misconceptions about high-speed photography, in particular that it is only for experts and requires specialized and expensive equipment. They provide tools for setting up and using a high-speed imaging system, numerous activities for teachers and an FAQ section that addresses questions about cameras, flash units, and timing systems. The Galleries section, which include portfolios of exemplary student work, and the Projects section provide a glimpse into what is possible using in high-speed visual imaging. They have also sell kits for students, teachers and hobbyists interested in starting their own project and provide links to relate websites for more information on related resources.


  • History of artificial intelligence

    Despite what some might think, artificial intelligence is a concept that is hundreds of years old and a variety of individuals have worked on a number of curious projects in an attempt to plumb the depths of this idea. This collection from the Stanford University Libraries brings together a dozen or so audio and video files that document the history of these explorations. The project was supported by the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence, via a grant awarded by the National Science Foundation. The films, which can be found under the tab "Browse by Title", include lectures of motion and vision and a very early film on a remote-controlled lunar vehicle. Some of the files are not publicly accessible to those not affiliated with Stanford University, but there is enough here to warrant several visits


  • History of Prime Numbers

    The School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of St Andrews, Scotland has developed an extensive collection of articles on the history of mathematics (See also NSDL Scout Report for Math, Engineering, and Technology, June 4, 2004). This article, written by J J O'Connor and E F Robertson, reviews the history of Prime Numbers. The article includes hyperlinks to topics addressed further in other sections of the website. For example, from this website visitors can also find articles on Pythagoras and Euclid.


  • History of the Robots in Victorian Era

    HTitled as 'Mechanical marvels of the Nineteenth Century', this website presents a collection of images and information on Victorian-era robots found on the web. It gives an illustrated account of the world's first robot, the Steam Man, created as early as 1865. Other automatons such as the Electric Man, the Automatic Man, the Mechanical man known as Boilerplate are also profiled.


  • H-Net Reviews

    Most people who work in the academic world of either the humanities or the social sciences will have heard of H-Net, which consists of a number of electronic mailing lists that disseminate information about upcoming conferences, seminars, workshops, funding opportunities and so on. What they may not know about is the H-Net Reviews site, which is equally valuable. The site brings together all of the individual reviews posted to the different individual H-Net networks in one readily accessible database. On their site, visitors can read some of the latest scholarly reviews, read up on their review guidelines, and also perform a detailed search for reviews dating back to 1993. Visitors will also want to check out some of the other networks, including H-Human-Rights, H-Memory, and H-Material Culture.


  • House of Commons: Science and Technology

    Here you can browse the report which was ordered by the House of Commons


  • How is Mathematics Used in Technology?

    The British Columbia Institute of Technology posts this page on how mathematics is used in technology. A table format allows visitors to explore the relationships between the different areas of mathematics (listed horizontally) and several areas of technology (listed vertically). The applications listed in the table are then linked to a topic area page with more specific examples of how mathematics is used in that area of technology. Examples include the use of Integral Calculus in Chemical Science and the use of Algebra and Geometry in Robotics. They note that the project is not yet completed, so check for more examples in the future.


  • How The Heart Works

    Figuring out how the heart functions in a metaphorical sense can be an unending and highly metaphysical process (just ask John Donne), so it?s nice to find a place online where visitors can learn how the heart functions in a literal sense. This website was created by the National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, and begins by answering the basic question: ?What is the Heart?? After reading this short and informative piece of writing, visitors can meander through sections titled ?Anatomy?, ?Contraction?, ?Circulation?, ?Electrical System?, and ?Heart Disease?. Each section provides a brief summary of each topic, complete with graphic illustrations and several digital animations. It?s a well-constructed and user-friendly introduction to this important topic, and one that will be of use to those entering one of the health care professions, or those who are intrigued with various body systems.


  • How to readers navigators to scholarly Content

    A white paper, written by Tracy Gardner and Simon Inger. The research was jointed funded by Annual Reviews, PNAS, MetaPress, and Nature Publishing Group.


  • HowStuffWorks

    HowStuffWorks explains hundreds of subjects, from car engines to lock-picking to ESP, using clear language and tons of illustrations. We do the research so you don't have to.


  • HP labs Banglore,India

    HP Labs India was established in February 2002 with the principal focus on creating new technologies for addressing the IT needs of the next billion customers for HP. A large majority of these new customers arise from rapidly growing markets such as India with distinct technological, social and economic characteristics. By understanding this context deeply, HP Labs aims to create new and relevant technologies.


  • HTML code Tutorial

    The Main goal is to provide the most helpful and complete guide to creating web pages anywhere. Learn and contribute to the HTML Help Forum. See what fellow webmasters have to say and use their collective experience to help solve your web design problems..


  • Human Development Report 2009

    Every year, many policy specialists and government officials eagerly await the annual Human Development Report issued by the United Nations Development Programme. Released in early November 2009, this year?s report was primarily focused on the issue of water, and they remarked that, ?unclean water is an immeasurably greater threat to human security that violent conflict.? Within its 440 page, the report investigates the underlying causes and consequences of this crisis, along with arguing for ?a concerted drive to achieve water and sanitation for all through national strategies and a global plan of action.? Along with significant appendices, the report also contains special contributions from President Jimmy Carter, Gordon Brown, and UN Secretary General Kofi Annan.


  • Humanities Magazine

    Online since 1996, the Humanities Magazine is the magazine of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Designed to complement the detailed information on the operations and grant opportunities presented on the main NEH website, visitors to this website can browse and read articles from the magazine dating back to the November / December 1996 issue. Not surprising, the magazine is designed to explore the projects and various endeavors sponsored by the NEH, and visitors will find a wide range of material here, including pieces on archaeology in Guatemala and a recent documentary on the Reconstruction. Another nice feature is the profile section offered once each year on the recipients of the National Humanities Medal. The profiles from 2003 are quite compelling, as they provide information on each of the ten recipients, including Robert Ballard (who is best known for discovering the wreck of the Titanic) and Hal Holbrook, the actor who is immediately recognizable for his animated and multifaceted portrayals of Mark Twain over the past fifty years.


  • Hyper physics

    HyperPhysics is an exploration environment for concepts in physics which employs concept maps and other linking strategies to facilitate smooth navigation.


  • IBEF: India Brand Equity Foundation

    One and a half decades into the process of economic liberalisation and global integration, India, today, is well established as a credible business partner, preferred investment destination, rapidly growing market, provider of quality services and manufactured products; and, stands on the threshold of years of unprecedented growth.


  • ibiblio.org

    ibiblio.org was formed as a collaboration between the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill's MetaLab, formerly known as SunSITE, and the Center for the Public Domain in September of 2000. At UNC-Chapel Hill, ibiblio is supported by the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and the School of Information and Library Science. The collaboration has multiple components including, but not limited to, programs to:


  • IBM Microelectronics 101 - The Basics Of Chip Making

    IBM Microelectronics offers a full range of silicon system integration solutions for designers and builders of next-generation applications and devices. The informtaion is provided in different sections viz. Chips: Making Semiconductors, Interconnect: Packaging Semiconductors, Technology Breakthroughs. The website describes how chips are made, connected to and protected from the outside world, so that they can function in their ultimate applications. It explains how recent advances in copper, silicon germanium, silicon-on-insulator, and low-k dielectric technologies affect consumer devices and network performance.


  • ICAD

    ICAD is a forum for presenting research on the use of sound to display data, monitor systems, and provide enhanced user interfaces for computers and virtual reality systems.


  • ICT Consultants

    ICT Consultants is a leading web development and consulting firm. We help small to medium sized organizations achieve their objectives and realize their goals by providing comprehensive and web based technological solutions. Our clients have experienced our extensive knowledge of technology and business processes and our expertise and unique capability of developing innovative technological solutions. They trust us with their mission critical projects.


  • ICT Imperial College London

    Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) provides IT services appropriate to the College's world-class standing in teaching and research, supported by regular renewal and enhancement. Services include: a high quality physical infrastructure (networks, servers, computer clusters, etc.); support of individual desktops, teaching and research clusters; College wide services such as e-mail and central file storage and key College management information systems.


  • ICT -in-Education Toolkit

    ICT-in-Education Toolkit provides education policy makers, planners and practitioners with a systematic process to formulate, plan and evaluate education development programs enhanced by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).


  • ICT Literacy

    The ICT Literacy Portal is the "public face" of a fast growing international movement focused on promoting Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) Digital Literacy. This website provides a rich global resource and collaborative environment for dissemination of ICT Literacy materials, interactive discussions, research information, and international dialogue.


  • ICT literacy assesment

    ICT is an online test that measures students' ability to find, use, manage, evaluate and convey information through the use of commonplace computer technology in academic and workplace settings.


  • ICT -Research and training centre India

    An Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) - Research & Training (R&T) Centre of the Foundation has been set up in Bangalore, India with Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) as the Project Implementing Agency and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bombay as the first collaborating institution.


  • ict@innovation

    The ict@innovation programme builds capacities in African small and medium ICT enterprises to make a business with Free and Open Source Software (FOSS). ict@innovation aims to encourage the growth of African ICT industries, particularly in Southern and East Africa, through three main actions: spreading FOSS business models for enterprises in Africa, fostering FOSS certification and supporting innovative local FOSS applications for social and economic development. ict@innovation is a partnership of FOSSFA (Free Software and Open Source Foundation for Africa) and InWEnt - Capacity Building International (Germany).


  • ICT4LT

    The ICT4LT website is a free collection of training modules in Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for Language Teachers, the outcome of a project originally funded by the European Commission. All the training modules are continually revised and updated.


  • Ideal-ist (Global Partner Search and Support Network for ICT Projects)

    Ideal-ist reduces the barriers faced by organisations wishing to participate in the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) programme by offering transnational partner search. The project provides an entirely web-based platform and thus making it the ideal tool for joining ICT projects; finding partners for your project idea; finding services to support you in your ICT project.


  • IEEE Global History

    Electrical, electronic, and computer technologies have dramatically transformed the world during the 19th and 20th centuries. Today they are the cornerstones of humanity's material existence, and these technologies will continue to be powerful forces shaping life in the 21st century. The IEEE Global History Network (GHN) intends to be the world's premier site for the documentation, analysis and explanation of the history of electrical, electronic, and computer technologies, the scientists, engineers and business people who made these technologies happen, and on the history of the organizations to which these men and women belonged.


  • IEEE Virtual Museum

    The IEEE Virtual Museum is designed for students, educators, and the general public to enhance their understanding of the principles of electrical and information sciences and technologies within a historical context. It explores the global social impact of technology and demonstrates the relevance of engineering and engineers to society. By integrating the collective expertise of the IEEE, resources from traditional museums, and interactive virtual techniques, the IEEE Virtual Museum transcends the traditional museum experience.


  • IFR Stastical Department

    The IFR Statistical Department, which is hosted by the VDMA Robotics + Automation association publishes the study World Robotics every year. This unique publication presents comprehensive global statistics on both industrial and service robots in uniform tables allowing consistent country comparisons.


  • IGLOO

    Built by the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), the IGLOO Library is an Open Access online repository comprised of thousands of electronic resources gathered from hundreds of partnering organizations from around the world. All documents are available for free full-text download from anywhere at anytime.


  • illumin

    illumin's mission is to illustrate the many ways engineering benefits and impacts our daily existence. Showcasing student writing and creative design skills, articles address everyday topics and explore their technical concepts using clear language and multimedia content.


  • iLOR NetFusion

    A human-indexed Internet. We believe that communities of knowledgeable, interested people can identify relevant sites with greater accuracy than a search engine that depends on computer programs. This is a whole new way to search the web.


  • iMahal

    iMahal is an India-centric community building site. iMahal focuses on education and career, and provides a venue as well as a medium for the community to network, exchange ideas and learn.


  • Impart-nanotax

    This website had been specifically developed to deliver the findings of two European Nanotechnologies Projects funded by the European Commission' Sixth Framework Programme, under priority 3: Nanotechnology and nanosciences, knowledge-based multifunctional materials and new production processes and devices (NMP).


  • Imprezzeo

    "Imprezzeo is an image-based search technology company. This technology allows users to search for images using other images as examples rather than textual search terms. Those images might be scenes, landmarks, objects, graphics, people or even personalities. Irrespective of the size of the collection, Imprezzeo Image Search helps you find the right image, fast."


  • Incommon

    InCommon eliminates the need for researchers, students, and educators to maintain multiple, password-protected accounts. Built using Shibboleth? authentication and authorization technology, InCommon enables cost-effective, privacy-preserving collaboration among InCommon participants


  • Incubator, Technopark, Thiruvananthapuram

    Technoparks primary mandate is to promote entrepreneurship and employment in the region. Towards furthering this objective, Technopark has launched a business incubator facility christened 'Technopark Business Innovation Centre' (T-BIC).


  • Index content

    Index Data has launched a new service to help libraries expose open content resources to their users. The initial phase of this service offers ebooks, open access digital repositories, encyclopedia articles, and human-reviewed Internet resources. This service is being offered without charge.


  • Indian Computer Emergency Response Team

    CERT-In is an acronym for 'Indian Computer Emergency Response Team'. CERT-In is the National Incident Response Centre for major computer security incidents in its constituency i.e. Indian cyber community. CERT-In's primary role is to raise security awareness among Indian cyber community and to provide technical assistance and advice them to help them recover form computer security incidents. CERT-In provides technical advice to System Administrators and users to respond to computer security incidents. It also identifies trends in intruder activity, works with other similar institutions & organisations to resolve major security issues, and disseminates information to the Indian cyber community. CERT-In also enlightens its constituents about the security awareness and best practices for various systems & networks by publishing advisories, guidelines and other technical documents. CERT-in has been established by, and runs under the aegis of Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, Government of India.


  • Indian national academy for Engineering

    The Indian National Academy of Engineering (INAE) founded in 1987 comprises India's most distinguished engineers, engineer-scientists and technologists covering the entire spectrum of engineering disciplines, and functions as an apex body to promote and advance the practice of engineering and technology and the related sciences and disciplines in India and their application to problems of national importance.


  • India-UK Advanced Technology Centre

    British Telecom (BT)-United Kingdom's largest telecom player-has come up with a virtual research and innovation centre, made up of 22 industry and academic consortium partners such as the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) from India and the UK. A first of its kind in India, the India-UK Advanced Technology Centre (IU-ATC) will drive collaborative PhD, Post Doctorate projects, research programmes and technology transfers between the UK and India.


  • I-Network

    I-Network Launched in 2001 (and originally named IN-Uganda), I-Network is an association of individuals or organizations rallied around the theme ICT for Development. It started as a club of organizations and professionals associated with the activities of IICD in Uganda. The core objective of the I-Network is knowledge sharing of ICT development experiences via seminars/workshops, newsletters and a website -- all coordinated through a membership base. I-N is supported by the International Institute for Communication and Development (IICD) Country programme in Uganda. IICD works with partner organisations in Uganda to support project formulation and implementation, capacity development and knowledge sharing. iNETWORK Uganda is a quarterly newsletter of I-Network Uganda. The primary target audience consists of I-Network members, IICD project holders and beneficiaries, practitioners who use ICT to promote development and poverty eradication in these sectors - education, agriculture, health, local and central government. Click here to download a copy of the April 2003 issue. Click here to download a copy of the December 2003 issue.


  • Info Aggrigator

    Info Aggregator is an RSS-to-IMAP service. It lets you receive and read RSS feeds in your favourite mail client. It delivers all the latest news and blog posts directly to your mailbox.


  • infoDev

    The Information for Development Program (infoDev) which began in September 1995 is a global grant program managed by the World Bank to promote innovative projects on the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) for economic and social development, with a special emphasis on the needs of the poor in developing countries.


  • infoDev Incubator Support Center

    the infoDev Incubator Support Center-is an outcome of infoDev's Incubator Initiative, an Initiative started in 2002 to support organizations promoting ICT-enabled innovation and entrepreneurship in developing countries. Since 2002, infoDev has provided financing (grants) and technical assistance to more than 60 incubators around the world. Through regional and international conferences, many incubators expressed that a key value of infoDev's Incubator Initiative was the opportunity to connect with other similar organizations around the world to exchange ideas, lessons and create partnerships across national boundaries.


  • Infolit Global

    The Information Literacy Section of the International Federation of Library Association and Institutions (IFLA) has created this database to record information literacy materials from different parts of the world, on behalf of UNESCO.


  • Information & Communication Technologies Group, Open University, UK

    Information and communication technologies : Information and communication technologies are now a crucial part of modern life. Almost everyone is affected by them, directly or indirectly. The ICT Group teaches and researches many aspects of these technologies. We aim to foster knowledge and understanding of ICTs among Open University students and in the wider community. The Group also encourages critical thinking about the use of ICTs and about their place in society. Follow the links to find out more about our courses (from microprocessor architecture to digital communications) and our Research and scholarship (from robotics to community web portals). The Information & Communication Technologies Group is one of three academic groups within the Communication and Systems Department.


  • Information Age

    Information Age, the UK's monthly IT-in-business title, has been relaunched with a new website.


  • Information and Communication Technologies Task Force

    Information and Communication Technologies Task Force, through its core activities, working groups and regional nodes, made a substantive contribution to the preparations for the Tunis phase of the World Summit on the Information Society by sponsoring several regional meetings, organizing a series of global forums, producing several publications and participating actively in events organized by other stakeholders; organized three high-level round tables linking information and communication technology (ICT) with science and technology and the Millennium Development Goals; and provided substantial input to the Partnership on Measuring ICT for Development through the working group on ICT indicators and Millennium Development Goals mapping.


  • Information city

    The Online Community for Library and Information Professionals. Contains many resources to help Library and Information professionals develop their network of professional and personal contacts, improve their skills, keep updated with latest LIS news, and get valuable help and advice.


  • Information overload Research Group

    We work together to build awareness of the world's greatest challenge to productivity, conduct research, help define best practices, contribute to the creation of solutions, share information and resources, offer guidance and facilitation, and help make the business case for fighting information overload."


  • Information Please

    Information Please has been providing authoritative answers to all kinds of factual questions since 1938-first as a popular radio quiz show, then starting in 1947 as an annual almanac, and since 1998 on the Internet at www.infoplease.com. Many things have changed since 1938, but not our dedication to providing reliable information, in a way that engages and entertains.


  • Information skills community of practices :ISCOP

    ISCOP is the Information Skills Community Of Practice and is supported through the National Digital Learning Repository (NDLR) Project. ISCOP brings together people who share a passion for the advancement of information literacy.


  • Information society Technology

    European research activities are structured around consecutive programmes, or so-called Framework Programmes. The Sixth Framework Programme (FP6) set out the priorities - including the IST Priority - for the EU's research, technological development and demonstration (RTD) activities for the period 2002-2006.


  • Information society watch

    The Information Society Watch (ISW) captures information society issues in the context of development needs of the South. It is intended for developing learning and knowledge-sharing platforms to help build perspectives for analysis, advocacy and action.


  • Information Systems for Biotechnology (ISB)

    Information Systems for Biotechnology (ISB) provides information resources to support the environmentally responsible use of agricultural biotechnology products. Here you will find documents and searchable databases pertaining to the development, testing and regulatory review of genetically modified plants, animals and microorganisms within the US and abroad.


  • Information technology in constuction :ITC

    Created and maintained by the Information Technology in Construction group at the IKPIR Institute of the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Civil and Geodetic Engineering


  • InformationWeek

    InformationWeek is the leading news and information source for information technology professionals and business managers with technology management and purchasing authority.


  • Informed librarian online

    The Informed Librarian is a monthly compilation of the most recent tables of contents from over 180 valuable domestic and foreign library and information-related journals, e-journals, magazines, e-magazines, newsletters and e-newsletters.


  • Informing Science

    The academically peer refereed journal Informing Science endeavors to provide an understanding of the complexities in informing clientele. Fields from information systems, library science, journalism in all its forms to education all contribute to this science. These fields, which developed independently and have been researched in separate disciplines, are evolving to form a new transdiscipline, Informing Science.


  • INFORMIT

    Informit is the premier source of online Australasian scholarly research. Informit offers a wide range of databases and full content publications that deliver the majority of Australasian scholarly research to the education, research and business sectors. Informit is the brand that encompasses RMIT Publishing's online products: Informit Media, Informit Indexes, Informit Plus Text and Informit e-Library."


  • Infosys

    Infosys Technologies Ltd. (NASDAQ: INFY) was started in 1981. Infosys defines, designs and delivers technology-enabled business solutions that help Global 2000 companies win in a Flat World. Infosys also provides a complete range of services by leveraging our domain and business expertise and strategic alliances with leading technology providers.


  • Infrared Astronomy

    Despite the claims of certain science fiction novels and films, humans cannot see in infrared. As many people know, the primary source of infrared radiation is heat, and the study of infrared astronomy allows scientists to detect radiation emitted from objects throughout the universe. This delightful website (created by NASA and the Infrared Processing and Analysis Center at the California Institute of Technology) provides a wide range of material on this fascinating area of scientific study. Visitors can lean about the discovery of infrared, learn about the technology that is used in such endeavors, and of course, look over dozens of infrared images and video clips. Educators will be glad to learn that there are a number of activities offered here for use in the classroom, including one that will help students learn how to build a photocell detector


  • Infrared data Association

    The Infrared Data Association, often referred to as IrDA, is a nonprofit organization whose goal is to develop globally adopted specifications for infrared wireless communication. Celebrating its fourteen years, IrDA was formed in 1994.


  • Infrastructure world

    iwKnowledge serves all phases and sectors of infrastructure development with access to project alerts and tender opportunities, links to nearly 100,000 infrastructure-related websites, and a rich source of news, publications, reports, and standard contracts." Requires subscription.


  • Ingenious

    Ingenious is a new website that brings together images and viewpoints to create insights into science and culture. It weaves unusual and thought-provoking connections between people, innovations and ideas. Drawing on the resources of NMSI, the site contains over 30,000 images which are used to illustrate over 30 different subjects, topics and debates.


  • Ingenta

    Ingenta is the global research gateway serving the online information needs of over 1.4 million visitors a month. It provides a free online search service of published content from reliable research sources and is one of the UK's top 20 Web services.


  • Innovation insight

    This new e-newsletter, Innovation Insights, gives you the latest Thomson Scientific company and product news relevant to your business. It replaces the Delphion, MicroPatent, and MDC e-newsletters and offers the same high quality, regular updates on these products plus other key solutions including Derwent World Patent Index, Web of Knowledge and Techstreet


  • Inspire Foundation

    The Inspire Foundation is a national non-profit organisation established in 1996 with a mission to create opportunities for young people to change their world.


  • Insructables

    Lots of ?How to? ideas.


  • Institute for Computer Graphics and Vision (ICG)!

    ICG is the only Austrian academic group with the charter to address both Computer Vision and Computer Graphics, and is carefully nurturing a culture of Digital Visual Information Processing to resolve the artificial boundaries between computer graphics and computer vision.


  • Institute for Science, Engineering and Public Policy

    The Institute for Science, Engineering and Public Policy is a public, non-profit corporation dedicated to the development of local understanding of issues concerning science, technology and society (STS). The Institute promotes debate on technology-related policies and works to plan and implement those policies that take full advantage of technological opportunities for the benefit of humanity.


  • Institute for Youth research

    MAK has formed a new and exciting partnership with the Institute for Youth Research (IYR), a non-governmental organization, founded and run by Kosovar youth between the ages of 15 to 18. IYR aims to address youth related issues through fun and innovative means, such as debates, lectures, film nights, team building games, workshops, etc.


  • Institution of Engineering and Technology

    A new institution formed in spring 2006 by the coming together of the IEE and IIE. Aims to serve a global community engaged in engineering and technology, providing a knowledge network accessible whenever or wherever you choose.


  • Institutional Repository in india

    Many of the institutions have their repositories which they have built on various open source software. The saddest part of this is that various institutes had created these digital repositories for testing or trial purpose only and could not maintain the pace to streamline those. Many of them are closed and are not being updated regularly. DSpace at INFLIBNET, an institutional repository of the Centre, which is responsible for creating the vibration in the use of open software software for digital library, and for many other important issues, is also not able to host its own institutional repository on regular basis. Following is the list of institutional repositories from India which are currently active on the Internet.


  • Integrating Networked Simulations In Distance Education: INSIDE

    "This WebTools project has been funded by SHEFC to provide support for the development of simulations within Scottish Higher Education. Working with Academic staff in Astronomy, Business Studies and Nursing, we will support the development of a number of simulations, as well as providing support for integrating these simulations into existing teaching materials and providing training and awareness in the use and development of simulations for teaching."


  • Intellectual Property

    The Government-backed home of UK Intellectual Property on the Internet. "We hope to bring you all the answers to your questions and all the resources you need to find your way through the IP jungle of Copyright, Designs, Patents and Trade Marks."


  • Intellectual Property right

    A European Commission supported project, established to assist European Community Research Technological Development (RTD) Contractors with Intellectual Property issues, and generally to promote awareness of IP in Europe.


  • Intellicus Technologies

    Intellicus is one of the leading providers of the next generation reporting and business intelligence solutions. Incorporated in 2003, Intellicus has grown globally with implementations across America, Europe, and Asia. Intellicus has major presence in leading verticals including healthcare, supply chain, compliance, financial services, and digital media.


  • Intelligent Systems and Robotics Center (ISRC)

    Sandia National Laboratory's Intelligent Systems and Robotics Center (ISRC) responds to "challenges impacting national security and US economic competitiveness." Research areas include: Economic competitiveness, engineered collectives, high consequence systems integration, intelligent systems modeling & simulation, and robotic vehicles. In other words, their technologies can be used for automated biomedical devices, mechatronic technology for oil and gas pipeline inspection, landmine detection and removal, and shipbuilding. The website includes descriptions and pictures of their robot vehicles, robot modeling and simulation projects, as well as other software and hardware technologies they have developed. Various publications and information on the facilities are also posted online.


  • Intelligentedu.com

    intelinfo.com is Now Intelligentedu.com, Computer Training, Computer Education, & Computer Tutorials.


  • Intergraph:Geomedia

    Intergraph is a leading GIS and engineering software. GeoMedia WebMap Professional 5.01 provides an OGC server compliant WFS v. 1.0.0. and implements WFS-T 1.0.0. GeoMedia's 6.1.5 "SDI Pro" version supports a Gazetteer Service, a transactional WFS, and a secured WFS (Sonea 2008). GeoMedia reads many data formats without translation, and its WFS are able to capture changed features via a thin client.


  • International Association of agricultural Information Specialist

    Mission of IAALD is to enable our members to create, capture, access and disseminate information to achieve a more productive and sustainable use of the world's land, water, and renewable natural resources. To further this mission:


  • International association of Crypotologic Research

    The International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) is a non-profit scientific organization whose purpose is to further research in cryptology and related fields.


  • International Communication Sciences and Technology Association (ICST)

    International Communication Sciences and Technology Association (ICST), a non-profit organization 501(c)(3), is dedicated to nourishing a global research society for communication sciences, technologies and enabled applications and services. Our mission is to assist non-profit organizations and technical societies around the world to share knowledge, events, and other activities bringing together communities with shared terests.


  • International Council on Nanotechnology: ICON

    The creation of a sustainable nanotechnology industry requires meaningful and organized relationships among diverse stakeholders. The International Council on Nanotechnology (ICON) is the only global organization aimed at providing such interactions for a broad set of members. Managed by Rice University's Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology, ICON activities ensure effective nanotechnology stewardship through risk assessment, research and communication.


  • International Electronictechnical commission

    The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is the leading global organization that prepares and publishes international standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies. These serve as a basis for national standardization and as references when drafting international tenders and contracts.


  • International Federation of Robotics

    The International Federation of Robotics was established in 1987 in connection with the 17th International Symposium on Robotics, as a professional non-profit organisation, by robotics organisations from over 15 countries. The purpose of the International Federation of Robotics is to promote research, development, use and international co-operation in the entire field of robotics to act as a focal point for organisations and governmental representatives in activities related to robotics.


  • international Journal of mathematics :IJM

    The International Journal of Mathematics publishes original papers in mathematics in general, but giving a preference to those in the areas of mathematics represented by the editorial board. Table-of-contents and abstracts are freely available.


  • Internet as a Resource for News and Information about Science [pdf]

    Americans get quite a bit of information from the Internet, and if recent surveys are any indication, they also seem to spend quite a bit of time browsing around the web as part of their day. This 42-page report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project released in November 2009 confirms that Americans also tend to use the Internet as a way to research various scientific subjects and related news items. The report was jointly conducted with the assistance of the San Francisco-based Exploratorium, and revealed that fully 40 million Americans use the Internet as their ?primary source of news and information about science.? The report contains a number of other interesting findings, including the observation that 87% of online users have used the Internet to look up the meaning of a scientific concept, answer a specific science question, or check the accuracy of a scientific fact. The report will certainly be very useful to science educators and those concerned with information science and related topics.


  • Internet engineering Task Force

    The mission of the IETF is to make the Internet work better by producing high quality, relevant technical documents that influence the way people design, use, and manage the Internet..


  • Internet Storm Centre

    The ISC was created in 2001 following the successful detection, analysis, and widespread warning of the Li0n worm. Today, the ISC provides a free analysis and warning service to thousands of Internet users and organizations, and is actively working with Internet Service Providers to fight back against the most malicious attackers.


  • Internet2

    Internet2 is a consortium being led by 207 universities working in partnership with industry and government to develop and deploy advanced network applications and technologies, accelerating the creation of tomorrow's Internet. Internet2 is recreating the partnership among academia, industry and government that fostered today?s Internet in its infancy.


  • InterOperability Laboratory KnowledgeBase

    The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) tests networking and data communications products. The UNH-IOL is a full-scale, non-profit test lab dedicated to fostering cooperation and understanding within the data communications industry. The laboratory performs interoperability group tests and private one-on-one testing and debugging. It also provides employment to many graduate and undergraduate students enabling them to gain hands-on experience with developing technologies and products from hundreds of major companies. This website provides references and links to thesis work completed by IOL student employees, papers presented by IOL staffers at various conferences and white papers produced as part of IOL's technological research and development process. The IOL also provides online tutorials and links to information related to the technologies that have been used and tested.


  • IntoMobile

    IntoMobile delivers breaking news, information, and analysis on the latest mobile phones and mobile technology. IntoMobile is the leading and most read daily mobile technology news site that caters to early adopters, mobile professionals, technology enthusiasts, and technology consumers alike


  • Intralibrary

    intraLibrary enables groups of trainers and content authors to store, share and re-use learning resources using a simple, web-based interface. IntraLibrary encourages content creators, such as university teaching staff or corporate training staff, to granularise their learning content into lots of smaller learning objects.


  • Introduction to C Programming

    Computer programming can be both a delight and a challenge, so it is nice to know that there are a number of online tutorials designed to provide information about entering the world of C programming and other such applications. This particular C programming tutorial was created at the University of Leicester and is designed to provide both an overview of this type of programming, along with some introductory materials on the structure of such programs. This online tutorial is divided into eighteen different discrete sections, such as "Control Loops", "Conditional Execution", and "File Handling". A course assessment form and a database of example programs round out the tutorial


  • Introduction to Electronics, Signals, and Measurement

    MIT?s OpenCourseWare initiative has garnered favorable mentions from educators around the world since its inception several years ago, and new material is added to the site every semester. One recent addition to the site was this particular set of materials for an introductory course on electronics. Under the direction of Professors Manos Chaniotakis and David Cory, this course is designed as a ?practical-hands on-introduction to electronics with a focus on measurement and signals.? Included on this site are a set of lecture notes, laboratory assignments, review notes, and practice exams. While students from around the world could definitely benefit from this material directly, educators could also peruse this material in an effort to gain some sense of how they might structure their own course.


  • Introduction to Modern and Contemporary Art [Macromedia Flash Player]

    Rothko, Picasso, and Kapoor are but some of the many artists covered in the delightful online course on the world of modern and contemporary art offered by the Tate Online website. Developed as part of their educational outreach efforts, this course offers a brief primer on some of the developments in this field of art, and for those who might find themselves intimidated by such a subject, this is a perfect place to start learning. Utilizing materials from the Tate Modern museum and a variety of other visual materials, this online course contains eight units, including "Art and Materials", "Art and Everyday Life", and "Art and Politics". After registering on the site, visitors can proceed through these units at their leisure, and they can also download complementary brochures for each unit.


  • Invent now

    Invent Now is a non-profit organization that brings to the world a wide range of programs, places, content and other experiences. Everything we offer is in service of our mission: to celebrate and foster the spirit and practice of invention-the innate human impulse that drives social and economic progress.


  • Isotropy software suite

    Isotropy is a software package based on group theoretical methods for the analysis of phase transitions in crystalline solids. Applying the theoretical methods for the analysis of crystal symmetry, software calculates the displacement modes in a crystal , finds the space-group symmetry of a crystal, handles situations where there is uncertainty in the lattice parameters. The main interactive program consists of modules which enable the researchers to explore and visualize displacive distortions of a crystalline structure associated with space group irreducible representations, identify the space group of a crystal, find a complete list of order parameters for a phase transition, generate invariant polynomials of the components of order parameters, find the displacement modes in a crystal which brings the dynamical matrix to block-diagonal form, determine if two crystals have a group-subgroup relation, calculate phonon frequencies and displacement modes using the method of frozen phonons, find common subgroups of two structures in a reconstructive phase transition. Free downloadable versions for Linux and DOS are available at this website. The software is also directly usable on the Internet.


  • I-spark.org

    A community of engineers and scientists.


  • Israel Science and Technology Homepage

    Israel Science and Technology Homepage is the national database and directory of science and technology related sites in Israel. The site also includes sections on Jewish scientists and students in the Diaspora.


  • Issue in Science And Technology

    ?Issues in Science & Technology is a forum for discussion of public policy related to science, engineering, and medicine. This includes policy for science (how we nurture the health of the research enterprise) and science for policy (how we use knowledge more effectively to achieve social goals), with emphasis on the latter.


  • IT Library

    ITLibrary.com is a fastest growing online resource for the IT professionals, IT communities and the students throughout the world. It has aim to provide the greatest information technology resources including study guides, tutorials, computer tips, software reviews and solutions for the day to day computing problems.


  • IT Pro

    IT Pro is a news site that reviews hardware and software and delves into providing specialized topical information on security, mobile, cloud, networking, and even public sector work. - See more at: http://technologyschools.org/information-technology/#sthash.pEz8gZo3.dpuf


  • itemWeb

    The itmWEB Site, founded in 1996, is a vast independent collection of tools, news, features, and resources built for information technology professionals. These range from systems development and programming content, to methodology and project management papers, to high quality news sources and technology links. The site is also home to the highly regarded monthly eZine known as the itmWEB Information Technology Report.


  • ITJobsWatch [A perspective on the prevailing IT jobs market conditions]

    ITJobsWatch provides a unique perspective on the prevailing IT jobs market conditions. It provides information on how various IT skills interrelate, the IT skills needed for certain jobs, popular IT skills within specific regions and locations, the IT job market information including the level of demand for certain IT skills, a guide to the average salary and contractor rates offered. The information presented is an aggregate of the past 3 months to the last update date. A comparison to the same period last year is also provided. The data is based on the recruitment advertisements on the Internet and the press.


  • ITKnowledge Exchange

    ITKnowledge Exchange is a collaborative forum for IT professionals to ask questions with hard-to-find answers. Users can utilize their database of over 100,000 questions and answers to further research subjects of interest. - See more at: http://technologyschools.org/information-technology/#sthash.pEz8gZo3.dpuf


  • itmWEB:Information Technology Management Web

    The itmWEB Site™ was established in 1996 by Russ Finney with help from an independent community of IT Executives, Consultants, and Educators. It is recognized as an award winning source for information technology reference, methodology, and technical content focused on IT departmental management, technology support, and project leadership. Designed for CIOs, Project Managers, IT Educators, & Students the site also publishes a highly regarded monthly IT eZine with thousands of worldwide subscribers.


  • ITPRC.COM - The Information Technology Professional's Resource Center

    The website aims to provide IT professionals a resource to find technical information relating to data networking. It contains links to a vast collection of information regarding networking & career management and forums for IT professionals to interact.


  • iwave

    iWave Systems Technologies is a Technology oriented organization specialized in Embedded Hardware and Software Turnkey Design Services. Since its inception in 1999, iWave Systems Technologies has won the confidence of its valuable customers over the globe. They specialize in providing Integrated Solution for developing Innovative products or systems in the areas of Datacommunication, Consumer electronics & Multimedia. Their customers are broadly semiconductor chip designers, RTOS & Protocol vendors and OEM.


  • Jagran

    Jagran is a forum that would like to be an enabler for social development in the country. Founded in May 2003, we hope to bring together individuals and organizations into an integrated framework that will help us build better perspectives, models and efficient programs for social development.


  • Jahrbuch Project: Electronic Research Archives for Mathematics

    Jahrbuch Project has compiled this Electronic Research Archives for Mathematics that includes "the most important mathematical publications of the period 1868-1942 and a database based on the 'Jahrbuch über die Fortschritte der Mathematik'" or JFM. The project's directors have posted articles of JFM, which was founded in 1868 by the mathematicians Carl Ohrtmann and Felix Müller, because they are "still valuable sources for mathematical research and teaching." The website includes a project description along with a fully searchable database. The articles are in multiple languages, including English, German, French, and Russian.


  • Java Numerics

    The JavaNumerics website "provides a focal point for information on numerical computing in Java." The project is headed by the Java Grande Forum Numerics Working Group, and sponsored by the Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division of the NIST Information Technology Laboratory. Reports, presentations and proposed APIs for numerical computing from the JavaNumerics working groups are posted here, along with links providing information on Java-related meetings, proposals, and benchmarks. Links to general numerics and linear algebra libraries, along with other tools and utilities, are also provided


  • Java Technology

    The site contains articles, code samples and access to back issues of the newsletters (JDC Newsletter and JDC Consumer and Embedded Technologies Newsletter). Short courses and o


  • Joining the game

    The Anil Ambani- controlled ADA group recently launched its online casual gaming portal www.zapak.com positioned as India?s largest online gaming catalogue which currently has over 150 casual games and plan to offer more than double of these by end 2009. Most games on offer will be exclusive to the portal, panning across single player and multi- player categories, as also across genres such as action, racing, puzzles, strategy, and sports. ?With the world?s largest youth population, India as a market offers tremendous potential, ?says Rajesh Sawhney, president, Reliance Entertainment Ltd. ? The gaming market is expected to grow to $200 million by 2010. Therefore, gaming is an important part of our entertainment strategy and we are investing @100 million in this venture over next three years.? The company said that it has set up operations of the portal on 100 servers which and support up to six million users. This is expected to rise to 1000 servers in the next three years. Recently the portal unveiled plans to add unique content such as the new ?Zapak Tv? feature, offering audio visual content including online game reviews, features on online gaming, news on the online gaming industry as well as contests. The gaming industry in the country is yet very small but growing well. Obviously, the portal would have the ?first mover? advantage.


  • Journal ranking .com

    Ranks 7,000 journals according to a new paradigm. Journal-ranking.com is perhaps the first and only online interactive journal ranking service in the world. The service allows users to configure their ranking interests, as well as provide a more reasonable method to evaluate a journal's impact.


  • J-Stage

    Japan Science and Technology Corporation (JST) was established on October 1, 1996 with the integration of the Japan Science and Technology Information Center (established in August 1957), which had been providing circulation services of science and technology information and New Technology Corporation (established in July 1961), which had been carrying out basic research, new technology development and research cooperation promotion services. Along with inheriting/developing the projects that these corporations had been advancing, JST was established with the object of promoting infrastructure development and cutting-edge/ingenious research as well as developing and promoting science and technology understanding enhancement projects in response to the enactment of science and technology basic act (proclaimed on November 15, 1995).


  • J-STAGE: Japan Science and Technology Information Aggregator, Electronic

    J-STAGE is an electronic journal site operated by Japan Science and Technology Agency ("JST") and it makes electronic journals issued by Japanese academic institutions available to the public via the Internet. Anyone may access J-STAGE as long as users understand and abide by the access rules. Most of the journals listed on this are free for use for academic and research work. Please see the access rules.


  • Justfreebooks

    JustFreeBooks search the content of more than 450 web sites, including gutenberg.org, wikibooks.org and archive.org. With JustFreeBooks you can find public domain texts, open books, free audio books, ad-supported books and more.


  • Kent National Grid for Learning (NGfL)

    Kent National Grid for Learning (NGfL) website aims to support both teachers and pupils in the use of ICT across the curriculum by providing pages of resources, lesson ideas and links to 'safe' websites on the internet. It creates and find the best Teaching and Learning resources on the internet.


  • KnowItAll Academic - A set of free educational software tools

    Bio-Rad is offering this completely free and fully functional software package to promote learning and research in the academic community. Its supports drawing 2D & 3D structures, IR and Raman functional group analysis, generating high-quality lab reports, general laboratory calculations and molecular symmetry analysis. The software runs on windows XP. It can be downloaded after registration


  • Knowledge board

    A self-moderating global community thinking and collaborating on subjects around (but not limited to) Knowledge Management and Innovation in the worlds of business and academia.


  • Knowledge for development

    This website supports the policy dialogue on S&T for agricultural and rural development in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. It enables the ACP scientific community - primarily agricultural research and development scientists and technologists, policy makers, farmers and other stakeholders and actors - to share and review results of national and regional efforts and collaborate to harness science and technology for the development of agriculture in their countries.


  • Knowledge Media Institute

    Knowledge Media is about the processes of generating, understanding and sharing knowledge using several different media, as well as understanding how the use of different media shape these processes. The Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) was set up in 1995 in recognition of the need for the Open University to be at the forefront of research and development in a convergence of areas that impacted on the OU's very nature: Cognitive and Learning Sciences, Artificial Intelligence and Semantic Technologies, and Multimedia. We chose to call this convergence knowledge media.


  • Knowledge speak

    Knowledge Speak is the world's first online news service to report all the relevant developments within the STM publishing industry, on a daily basis. This is a free service that also offers additional resources including a blog area, calendar of events, articles, white papers and a directory of STM publishers.


  • Knowledge transfer Networked

    From here you can find out more about KTN's nd the KTN Platform; it's free-for-members-to-use tools including: online conference calling, presenting and sharing; business collaboration system and powerful newsfeeds.


  • Kohler Art Library: The Artists? Book Collection.

    The Kohler Art Library at University of Wisconsin-Madison presents this illustrated database that indexes roughly 760 titles from its collection of over 800 artists' books. The database can be searched by book title, creator's name, publisher, date, or subjects. Other search terms relate to types of book structures, bindings, medium/technique, and contributors. Each record in the database has either a short description of the book's contents or a complete transcription of the colophon, the short paragraph traditionally placed at the end of a book, that tells about its production. In addition, for slightly more than half the books, several images are included. For example, the colophon for From a housewife's diary, by Claire Van Vliet, states that the "covering is dish towels bound by James Bicknell", and the image included shows that the towels are red


  • KurzweilAI.Net

    KurzweilAI.Net focuses on the exponential growth of intelligence, both biological and machine, leading to situations (realities ?) such as man-machine merger, building a human brain and similar virtual realities. It provides insights into the transforming trends araising out of the "intersecting revolutions in a plethora of fields: biotechnology, nanotechnology, molecular electronics, computation, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, virtual reality, human brain reverse engineering, brain augmentation, robotics, and many others". It refers to "AI" as Accelerating Intelligence rather than as Artificial Intelligence and intends to portray how the "quickening pace of our knowledge and intelligence will ultimately alter the nature of what it means to be human"


  • Labware

    As an acknowledged leader in software for LIMS applications, LabWare has been providing superior laboratory information management solutions to progressive corporations for over 15 years


  • Lemelson-MIT Program: 2008 Invention Index

    The Lemelson-MIT Program, which focuses on making invention and innovation more accessible to young people, has posted its 2008 Invention Index. The study “gauges Americans’ attitudes toward invention and innovation” and found that “nearly 20 percent of American adults say they think most creatively in their cars.” One press release gives an overview of the findings while another describes the project's collaboration with CNN. The “CNN 25 Top 25 Innovations” program is an hour-long CNN special that premiered Jan. 16. The list, which the Lemelson-MIT Program helped to compile, consists of “the Top 25 non-medical innovations that have become widely used since 1980, are readily recognizable by most Americans, have had a direct and perceptible impact on everyday life and could dramatically affect the future.” A link to CNN’s website provides the final ranking and an opportunity for viewers to rank the innovations themselves or “provide their thoughts and memories on how these innovations changed their lives.”


  • Lewis Carroll Scrapbook

    While there have been many notable mathematicians that have made Oxford University (England) home for their academic careers, one of them is better known for his fiction writing than for his problem solving. The Reverend Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, also known as Lewis Carroll, was the author one of the best known children's story, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Also to his credit is Through the Looking Glass. At this site maintained by the Library of Congress visitors will find the contents of a scrapbook kept by Carroll during the middle years of his life from 1855 to 1871. Of the 200 pages, 63 contain clippings and writing and all of these are available to view at the site. Users can browse or search for specific items by title or subject.


  • libquantum - The C library for quantum computing

    libquantum is a C library for the simulation of a quantum computer. Based on the principles of quantum mechanics, it provides an implementation of a quantum register. The interface allows an analysis of quantum computation under a realistic environment. libquantum is a free software under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).


  • Librarians world

    Librarian's World is a network of Librarians & Information Scientists. It is a democratically managed site without any editor. It offers Social bookmarking, Expertise Exchange, Discussion Forums, Librarians Webpages and many other facilities with an objective of better networking & knowledge sharing amongst Librarians.


  • Library of Congress: Science Reference Services

    As one of the world's premier libraries, the Library of Congress has many staff members dedicated to helping members of the general public find the information they need. Along with providing in-person assistance in Washington, D.C., they also maintain this nifty site designed for persons looking for science reference material online. There is not much that isn't included on the site, as visitors can view webcasts on creating a school garden, look over research guides, and learn about "Everyday Mysteries". The "Everyday Mysteries" feature provides answers to questions such as "Who invented electric Christmas lights?" and it can be quite addictive. Visitors should also click on over to the "Science Reference Guides" area. Here they can look at comprehensive research bibliographies on chocolate, astronomy, electric power, and dozens more. With all of this material, visitors may also want to sign up for their RSS feed.


  • Library Of Life: History begins today

    Library of Life is the first permanent record of all human life. Until today, history has remembered only the smallest fraction of those who have lived. The aim of Library of Life is to compile the life stories of millions of people around the world, to create the world's first official record of life.Library of Life is wonderfully versatile, you can use it in hundreds of different ways. For more details, visit the site.


  • LibrarySpot.com

    LibrarySpot.com, a free virtual library resource center for educators and students, librarians and their patrons, families, businesses and just about anyone exploring the Web for valuable research information. "An extensive online reference desk with everything from dictionaries to genealogy, library links to "Ask the Expert," and government info to reading rooms."


  • Libworm

    A search engines for over 1,000 library blogs. You can also produce RSS feeds from searches..


  • LIFE (Life Cycle Information for E-Literature)

    LIFE (Life Cycle Information for E-Literature) is a project looking at the life cycle of the collection and preservation of digital material. The project is a collaboration between University College London (UCL) Library Services and the British Library. LIFE is funded by the Joint Information Systems Committee (JISC).


  • Life Science Incubator

    To encourage and nurture startup companies and spin offs in pharmaceutical and biotechnology related areas, ICICI Knowledge Park has set up a Life Science Incubator (LSI) with an incubation space of around 3.200 sft for 8 dedicated incubation units. Incubation facility is offered to incubatees for a maximum of 3-year lease period.


  • Light and matter

    These physics textbooks are free in digital form. Light and Matter is also available in print.


  • Live science

    LiveScience is an original content site focusing on the innovative and intriguing in Science and Technology. Aimed at the intellectually curious, it covers news, views and scientific inquiry with an original, provocative point of view. With articles by respected science journalists and contributors, LiveScience looks at new discoveries, intellectual adventures and the idiosyncrasies of the world that surrounds.


  • Living Internet

    The Living Internet Web site gives a well-organized overview of the Internet and all its offspring. Updated regularly, the site provides in-depth information about the Internet and its main technologies, and has been reviewed by many of the people who helped develop this global network that connects millions of computers. It is currently listed by Google as one of the top ranked sites in the Internet category, and is one of the first sites returned by Yahoo! for a search on the word Internet.


  • Lutube

    LUTube is a new project to enable staff and students at the University of Leeds to show and share video securely online.


  • MadSci Network

    "We use the web to unite hundreds of scientists in a forum where people can ask questions and learn more about the world around them. The accumulating body of information is maintained as a searchable resource on the WWW. We provide many ways to navigate through the information on our site. Files may be organized by subject, grade, keyword, or at random. The scientists answering questions often include links to relevant sites on the web, so you need not stay within our boundaries to learn more about interesting topics."


  • Mahindra & Mahindra Financial

    A subsidiary of Mahindra & Mahindra Limited, we are one of India's leading non-banking finance companies. Focused on the rural and semi-urban sector, they provide finance for utility vehicles, tractors and cars and have the largest network of branches covering these areas. Their goal is to be the preferred provider of retail financing services in the rural and semi-urban areas of India, while their strategy is to provide a range of financial products and services to its customers through its nationwide distribution network


  • MakeUseOf

    MakeUseOf maintains a list of the best free software for Windows, OSX, and Linux, complete with downloads, along with resources for popular mobile platforms like Android and iOS.


  • Malware city

    MALWARECITY is a BITDEFENDER initiative for the software security community and a free resource for those interested in their online security.


  • Mamma

    Mother of All Search Engines. Uncover more of the web with metasearch! Mamma.com collects only the top results from the best search engines on the Internet.


  • Mango technologies pvt.ltd.

    With a rapidly growing and very dynamic mobile phone market Mango Application Framework empowers OEM s/ODM s/Chipset Vendors/ Operators with the flexibility to churn out handsets with varied flavors of UI and applications in considerably short time. Mango Application Framework addresses the low footprint UI and Application needs of niche market phones with considerable reduction in the integration with the underlying hardware platform.


  • Manybooks.net

    There are a number of places to get books online, but this recent addition to that cadre of websites is definitely worth a look. The staff members at Manybooks.net have adapted the e-texts created by the Project Gutenberg DVD and placed them online in a host of formats, including pdf, eReader, and as Palm document files. Visitors can begin by browsing by author, title, category, or language. Some of the languages covered in the database include Dutch, Esperanto, Swedish, Tagalog, and Welsh. Satisfied visitors can also submit a list of five of their favorite books so that other users may take advantage of their favorite reads. Some of the recently recommended titles include Jude the Obscure, Silas Marner, Ecce Homo, and New Grub Street. Persons attracted to this site should also take a look at the ebook cover page, where they can peruse the covers of some of the many books contained within the archive. Some of the more compelling covers include those for As a Man Thinketh authored by James Allen and a rather lovely cover for Under the Lilacs by Louisa May Alcott


  • Map archive

    he Map Archive is a large collection of ancient and modern maps, maintained by a non profit organization, the maps are gathered and submitted by volunteers, mainly students and University teachers. This project goal is to create the largest online collection of maps.


  • Map Quest.com

    The leader in helping consumers find anyplace in the physical world over any connected device.The culmination of a 30-year plus evolution of mapping and technology has made MapQuest a world leader in providing invaluable location based services. MapQuest, a wholly owned subsidiary of America Online, Inc. and based in Denver, CO and Mountville, PA, has three business segments: MapQuest.com, MapQuest Services, and MapQuest Mapping Services.


  • Map server

    MapServer is a free application that supports several OGC standards (e.g., WMS, WCS, SLD, GML, SOS), thousands of projections, many raster and vector formats, advanced cartographic output, cross-platform support (Linux, Windows, Mac OS X, and Solaris) and several development tools, including PHP, Python, Perl, Java, .NET, and Ruby. See the entry for MapServer Tutorial in the Cookbooks/Tutorials section.


  • Mapping Asia

    Mapping Asia is a tool to improve access to UK library holdings for researchers working in all subject areas of the humanities and social sciences relating to Asia, the Middle East and North Africa.


  • Martindale Calculators

    Martindale Calculators is a Web-based tool collection that contains over 19,000 online calculators created by over "3,450" very "creative" individuals, businesses and “tax supported entities world wide.” The collection is organized by the following topics: mathematics; statistics; science A-Z; chemistry; physics, astrophysics and astronomy; engineering A-Z; and electrical engineering, computer engineering, & computer science. Each section includes a wealth of websites to explore, all related to mathematical calculations, mostly course materials and articles. Another section lists online calculators relevant for various industries, such as aviation, cosmetics, insurance, and library science. The list is organized alphabetically and creatively stretches the meaning of “calculator” to include such things as name translators and databases on animal breeds.


  • Mashable

    Mashable.com provides resources, news and information for the connected generation.. It is one of the most engaged online news community. You can also watch videos about latest technology. This website has more that 20 million unique visits and it has more than six million social media followers.


  • Material edge

    Materials Edge and the Materials Edge website are based in the United Kingdom and focus primarily on materials science & engineering technology transfer news, resources, information & recruitment.


  • Math Gateway of the Mathematical Association of America [pdf]

    Created through a partnership with the National Science Digital Library (NSDL), the Math Gateway was developed by the Mathematical Association of America. The site provides a veritable cornucopia of information for educators and those who are curious about anything from algebra to the history of mathematics. Visitors can start their exploration through the site by using the search engine at the top-left hand corner, or they look at the "Content Highlights" displayed prominently here. Some of these highlights include tips for writing an interactive mathematics text, using statistical samples from a real estate database, and so on. The site also encourages visitors to register for membership, which will allow them to create their own personalized library of resources. Rounding out the site is a selection of tips for searching the materials here and a fun "This Day in Mathematics" feature.


  • Math goodies

    Math Goodies is a free math help site featuring interactive lessons, homework help, worksheets and forums.


  • Mathematical Digest

    Short Summaries of Articles about Mathematics in the Popular Press.


  • Mathematical Moments

    The Mathematical Moments program promotes appreciation and understanding of the role mathematics plays in science, nature, technology, and human culture. Download this series of pdf files to use as teaching resources and to promote awareness of mathematics to students, colleagues, and attendees at meetings and special events.


  • Mathematical problem engineering

    The journal Mathematical Problems in Engineering is a broad-based journal which publishes articles of interest in all engineering disciplines. The primary aim of this journal is rapid publication and dissemination of important mathematical work which has relevance to engineering.


  • Mathematics education at West Point: ther first hundred years

    In 1834, the Committee on Military Affairs at the United States Military Academy at West Point was unequivocal in their support for mathematics, noting that "Mathematics is the study which forms the foundation of the course of study at the United States Military Academy". This fine piece of research by V. Frederick Rickey and Amy Shell-Gellasch looks at the first hundred years of mathematics education at West Point, offered as part of the Convergence magazine published by the Mathematical Association of America (MAA). Following a brief introduction, the piece takes a close look at the role of mathematics education during the early years of West Point, and then moves on to examine the use of various mathematics textbooks and principles during the next century. It's an engaging read, and one can imagine that this article could be used in any number of educational history or mathematics education courses.


  • Mathematics for Economics: Enhancing Teaching and Learning (ME:TAL)

    Working at the University of Nottingham, Dr. Rebecca Taylor and her colleagues have created this very fine set of resources designed to assist teachers who seek to utilize mathematics in the service of teaching economics. Visitors can learn more about their work in the "About the Team" section, and they can also view a summary of the project's work so far. The real heart of the site is contained within the "Resource Room", which contains streaming videos, teaching and learning guides, and a question bank. Visitors may wish to start with the question bank, which contains files that can be used in problem sheets, assessment exercises and tutorials. The exercises include those drawing on algebra, number theory, and differentiation. Moving on, the site also includes teaching and learning guides that address linear equations, finance growth, and either other topics.


  • Mathematics Survey Project

    The Mathematics Survey Project, initiated by Professor Jim Pitman of the Departments of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of California, Berkeley, aims to construct new ways to organize, communicate and archive mathematical knowledge online. The project is "a bold proposal which attempts to solve the problems of fragmentation and compartmentalization, and indirectly to reduce the cost of commercial journals, by promoting the value of openly accessible content." The proposal, which is described on this website, includes the formation of a large collection of open access journals in mathematics to be indexed by subject. Starting with a survey of the field of probability and stochastic processes, project supporters hope to develop a model for a system of surveys to cover every major branch of mathematics. Anyone who supports this project in principle is invited to add their name to the List of Supporters posted online. Also available from this website are links to Some Free Electronic Mathematics Journals, The Electronic Library of Mathematics, as well as Free and Gated Electronic Mathematics Journals. Links to related materials in support of the proposal are also available. Note that the links to the Committee on Electronic Information Communication (CEIC) were not working at the time of this report, but the link to its article on Best Practices from 2002 was working.


  • Maths net

    MathsNet is an independent website. It resides on Anglia Multimedia's Education Server.


  • Mathworld: The Mathematics of Tsunamis

    Mathworld, hosted and sponsored by Wolfram Research, Inc., offers a large collection of online mathematics resources intended for students, educators, math enthusiasts, and researchers. (See also November 30, 1999 Scout Report for Science & Engineering ) In light of the impact of the recent tsunami in Asia, the January 2008 News section discusses the mathematics of tsunamis. Noting that the full-scale physics and modeling of tsunamis would require the use of supercomputers and complicated custom software, the authors of this article use Wolfram Research's Mathematica software to demonstrate how “a number of approximations can be made that render the problem of tsunami propagation tractable for a computer of modest power.” The authors present and explain the system of coupled partial differential equations used to approximate the behavior of real ocean waves and explain how they simplified the solution process to create the tsunami visualization pictured on the website.


  • MATLAB central file exchange

    The MATLAB central file exchange contains thousands of files contributed by users and developers of MATLAB, Simulink and related products. Categories include aerospace, automotive, biotechnology,pharmaceuticals, medicine, chemistry, physics, communications, controls and systems modeling, earth sciences, financial modeling and analysis, image processing, mathematics, optimization, signal processing etc. The site contents will be useful for researchers, teachers and students.


  • Matrix Market [A repository of test data for use in comparative studies of algorithms for numerical linear algebra]

    The Matrix Market provides access to a repository of test data for use in comparative studies of algorithms for numerical linear algebra. The data consists of matrices, matrix generation software and services, in the fileds such as linear systems, least squares and eigenvalue computations in a wide variety of scientific and engineering disciplines. Tools for browsing through the collection or for searching for matrices with special properties are included. "Currently, 482 individual matrices and 25 matrix generators are available. Our database now includes the entire Harwell-Boeing Sparse Matrix Collection (Release I), Yousef Saad's SPARSKIT collection, and the Nonsymmetric Eigenvalue Problem (NEP) collection of Bai, Day, Demmel and Dongarra". Each matrix and the matrix generator has seperate home page, with all the required infowmationa and descriptions. The can be downloaded in several text file formats. The visitors can browse the collection by matrix name, generator name or the top ten. Searches can be done by matrix properties, application area, contributor and in bibliography as well. Users are encouraged to submit their own test matrices for possible inclusion in the Matrix Market. The Matrix Market is a service of the Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division of the Information Technology Laboratory of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).


  • Matweb

    "The heart of MatWeb's services is our searchable online database of engineering materials. We have over 68,000 data sheets in our collection and have many powerful search tools available to help our users find the materials information that they need. While we have a variety of sevices that we offer to companies in the engineering community, our success has been the result of our attention to the engineers, designers, and processors who use MatWeb each day."


  • Medgadget

    Medgadget is well known medical technologies weblog.


  • Medical Dictionary

    For nurses and other health care professionals who seek to distinguish the habitus from the humerus, this online medical dictionary provided by MedicineNet will be a place to bookmark for repeat visits. The dictionary contains well-written explanations for over 16,000 medical terms, and users can go ahead and browse around, or enter keywords or phrases into the search engine that resides on the page. The site also features a ?Word of the Day?, and visitors can also look through recent news items that address different health issues and also look over the latest entries to the dictionary. The site is rounded out by a list of the ?Top 10 Medterms?, which is also a good way to start exploring the materials here


  • Medical world search

    Search full text nearly 100,000 Web pages from thousands of selected medical sites.


  • Medworm

    The Internet's medical router over 6000 authoritative RSS feeds go in, hundreds of new RSS feeds by category come out.


  • Meet-O-Matic

    Meet-O-Matic is a meeting scheduler with a difference - you can experience for yourself in two minutes, with no registration ever required.


  • MEMS and nanotechnology clearinghouse - A information resource for the MEMS and nanotechnology development community

    "Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) is the integration of mechanical elements, sensors, actuators, and electronics on a common silicon substrate through microfabrication technology. While the electronics are fabricated using integrated circuit (IC) process sequences (e.g., CMOS, Bipolar, or BICMOS processes), the micromechanical components are fabricated using compatible micromachining processes that selectively etch away parts of the silicon wafer or add new structural layers to form the mechanical and electromechanical devices". This website provides a guide, information about the processes and techniques involved, other related information, the current challenges in MEMS, latest news, materials database and glossary.


  • Merlot

    MERLOT is a leading edge, user-centered, searchable collection of peer reviewed and selected higher education, online learning materials, catalogued by registered members and a set of faculty development support services. MERLOT's vision is to be a premiere online community where faculty, staff, and students from around the world share their learning materials and pedagogy.


  • Merriam-Webster Online

    "Besides the regular ol' stuffy-dictionary features, Merriam-Webster Online teaches you your own mother tongue with fun stuff like the Word of the Day and daily crossword puzzles, and even a user-submitted "Open Dictionary" that lets you submit your own words and definitions


  • MetaCrawler

    This meta search engine provides results from several web guides. MetaCrawler is simply the easiest way to find better search results from more of the Web. MetaCrawler uses innovative metasearch technology to search the Internet's top search engines, including Google, Yahoo! Search, MSN Search, Ask Jeeves, About, MIVA, LookSmart and more. With one single click, MetaCrawler searches the best results from the combined pool of the world's leading search engines -- instead of results from only one single search engine.


  • Metascholar

    The MetaScholar Initiative is currently working on six main projects: MetaArchive, AmericanSouth, MetaCombine, Music of Social Change, OCKHAM, and the open access journal Southern Spaces.


  • Mica-Edc

    MICA-EDC is a centre of excellence of MICA, which conducts post graduate programmes in the area of communications management, offers business support services including skill assessment, market research and profiling studies and publications specific to entrepreneurship in the communication sector. MICA-EDC is in a process of setting first of its kind Com-cubator, an Incubation Centre specifically for communications sector to commercialize and nurture ideas and innovations.


  • Michigan State University Open courseware

    Michigan State University is one of the partner institutions working on the Open CourseWare Initiative and this website is their way of giving the general web-browsing public access to some of their educational expertise. Those persons who might be unfamiliar with the open educational resources movement may wish to read the paper on the homepage titled "Giving Knowledge for Free: The Emergence of Open Educational Resources" or the equally timely work "Access to Education with Online Learning and Open Educational Resources: Can They Close the Gap?" Currently, the subject areas available here include international business, planning and zoning, and horse management. Visitors can scan through the course documents at their leisure, and they are also welcome to download various materials here.


  • Microsoft Research India

    Microsoft Research India, established in January 2005, is one of Microsoft's five research labs worldwide. In keeping with the global mission of Microsoft Research, Microsoft Research India is engaged in cutting-edge basic and applied research in multiple fields in computing, information technology, and related areas. In addition to innovating and contributing key technologies to Microsoft products, Microsoft Research India collaborates with a wide range of scientific and academic institutions to advance the state of the art in computing research in India. Microsoft Research India also collaborates extensively with the international scientific community and other Microsoft research labs to help push forward the boundaries of research.


  • MicroStencil

    1. MicroStencil offers breakthrough electroformed stencil technology and interconnecting solutions for the microelectronics packaging industry..


  • Mind

    The key objective of the MIND project is to address the problems faced by users in terms of their ability to access and exploit the increasing number of Digital Libraries available internationally through networks, such as the Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW). More specifically the objective is to design models and to build sets of tools and associated test-beds to improve the effectiveness of resource selection, multimedia information access, retrieval and fusion of the retrieved data.


  • Mind branch

    MindBranch RSS feeds allow webmasters and individual users to easily keep track of the latest market research available in their industries of interest.


  • Mind the skill gap - Information - Handling training for researcher

    The Research Information Network's (RIN) report, Mind the Skills Gap: Information-handling training for researchers (July 2008) finds that training for researchers on information seeking and management is uncoordinated and generally not based on any systematic assessment of needs.


  • Mindquarry

    Mindquarry is an Open Source collaborative software platform for file sharing (documents, images, media files, etc.), task and project management, team collaboration and Wiki editing that meshes simplicity and functionality.


  • Miscellaneous Mathematical Utilities

    ?This page contains links to several mathematical utilities. More will be added as I write them. The algorithms underlying these utilities come from the BLAS, EISPACK, and LINPACK collection of subprograms, written by some of the brightest mathematicians and computer scientists (I have cited sources when I found them). Those subprograms incorporate excellent basic algorithms and programming techniques to optimize the routines for speed and accuracy.?


  • Miscellunious Mathematical Utilities

    This page contains links to several mathematical utilities. More will be added as I write them. The algorithms underlying these utilities come from the BLAS, EISPACK, and LINPACK collection of subprograms, written by some of the brightest mathematicians and computer scientists (I have cited sources when I found them). Those subprograms incorporate excellent basic algorithms and programming techniques to optimize the routines for speed and accuracy.


  • Mission 2007: Every Village Knowledge Centr

    Achieving sustainable human security is a priority task. This will call for harmony with nature and with each other. Knowledge connectivity within and among countries will help to achieve this goal. This is why we should make 'Mission 2007: Every Village Knowledge Centre' a success.”


  • Mistral Solution Pvt.Ltd

    Established in 1997, Mistral's products and services have over the years heralded the use of latest technologies across a wide spectrum of domains like Consumer Electronics, Wireless, Defense, Aerospace, Automotive, Semiconductor, and Industrial Applications.


  • MIT Center for material science and engineering

    The MIT Center for Materials Science and Engineering is devoted to the design, creation, and fundamental understanding of materials that are capable of enhancing the human experience.


  • MIT Cognet

    MIT CogNet provides a unique electronic community for researchers in cognitive and brain sciences, with in-depth current and classic text resources, and a dynamic interactive forum for today's scholars, students, and professionals.


  • MIT Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies

    MIT's Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies (ISN), institute where advanced nanotechnology research will dramatically improve the survival of the soldier of the future. The ISN was founded in March 2002 by a $50 million contract from the U.S. Army. Our charge is to pursue a long-range vision for how technology can make soldiers less vulnerable to enemy and environmental threats. The ultimate goal is to create a 21st century battlesuit that combines high-tech capabilities with light weight and comfort.


  • MIT Tech Tv

    "Some people out there might be thinking: "What will MIT think up next?" Well, they've probably thought up a number of things in the time it takes just to read this sentence, but one of their latest endeavors is MIT TechTv. It's a partnership between the MIT School of Engineering and MIT Libraries Academic Media Production services, and it basically allows various members of the MIT community (and others) to locate high-quality science and engineering related videos on the web. It's pretty easy to get started, as visitors can just click on the "View" button to watch some of the latest content. Recent highlights have included Brian Chan's origami demonstrations, debates on the gas tax, and physics demonstrations. Visitors should check back frequently, as new content is added quite regularly."


  • MIT Technology insider

    A free sample issue is available.


  • MIT: Computation Structures Group

    The Computation Structures Group is part of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Their mission is "to enable the creation and development of high-performance, reliable and secure computing systems that are easy to interact with." Their current research focuses on hardware synthesis, computer security, computer architecture and VLSI design. This well organized website provides short descriptions of the projects within each of these areas. Publications by researchers affiliated with the Computation Structures Group are also available.


  • Mobile Information and Communcation Systems

    Mobile Information and Communication Systems (MICS) is part of the Swiss National Science Foundation's National Centres of Competence in Research. The goal of MICS is "to study fundamental and applied questions raised by new generation mobile communication and information services, based on self-organization." Its work addresses unanswered questions and issues surrounding aspects of self-organizing, distributed communication and information services. The group's investigations advance research on a range of issues in mathematics (statistical physics based analysis, information and communication theory), networking, signal processing, security, distributed systems, software architecture and economics. More information on MICS 11 "interacting projects" can be found in the Research Projects section of the website or by searching for publications in the Publications section. Also available are presentations made at various workshops and conferences, simulations and demonstrations of select algorithms, schemes and models, and information on programs available for undergraduate students.


  • Monarch Computer Pvt.Ltd.

    The first Indian company to take initiative in developing dedicated software & hardware solutions for audio, video and imaging management.


  • MonkeySweat

    Home of the world's hardest working web monkeys, MonkeySweat.com brings articles and reviews aimed at helping users make the most of the web. From what equipment to buy to how to choose the right ISP to how to successfully promote business or website online, you'll find a great range of expert articles, tips and links to professional suppliers right here.


  • Mooter

    A very interesting search engine. Worth looking at.


  • Morgue file

    The morguefile contains photographs freely contributed by many artists to be used in creative projects by visitors to the site. The purpose of this site is to provide free image reference material for use in all creative pursuits.


  • Mughal India

    As you enter a large room filled with various items, including a well-worn globe, a medium-sized file cabinet, and a wall of books, you wonder to yourself, Where am I?. It turns out that you have stumbled across the British Museum's fine interactive website on Mughal India. Designed for young people, the site is set up as an office where visitors may click on various items (such as a globe or a model of the Taj Mahal) in order to entire Flash-enabled learning environments that address various aspects of this most grand and productive period in India's history. While visitors will want to spend a good deal of time exploring the site, one particular representative area of the site is the coin cabinet. Clicking on the coin cabinet opens up a small chest that holds various pieces of currencies from the Mughal Empire. Visiting the different drawers in the chest allows users to learn what each type of coin can tell contemporary observers about the Empire's religious traditions, emperors, and politics. Thoroughly engaging and dynamic in its layout and content, this is a site that is worth a close look.


  • Museum of Science

    The mission of the Museum of Science, Boston is to stimulate interest in and further understanding of science and technology and their importance for individuals and for society.


  • Nano gallary

    Nanogallery is a portal for researchers in the academia and industry or simply those interested in nanoscience and nanotechnology. Its purpose is to provide the information about new discoveries and trends in the field. Nanogallery also provides a discussion forum and a Web outlet for publicizing research results.


  • Nanomission

    The Nano Mission is an umbrella programme for capacity building which envisages the overall development of this field of research in the country and to tap some of its applied potential for nation's development.


  • Nanoscience Work.org

    anoScienceWorks.org is a not-for-profit community portal for the nanoscience research community supported by Taylor & Francis Group, LLC - an Informa business. NanoScienceWorks.org serves the nano community as a gateway to the news, journals, books, and articles that support and drive nano research and development. We invite you to explore these resources, view our slidecasts, and join our networking database of nano-involved people and institutions from around the world.


  • Nanotechnology Whitepaper library

    This website is by NanoBusiness Alliance, an industry association working towards the advancement of nanotechnology and microsystems. To meet the research and educational information needs of those working in this field, it has developed Nanotechnology White Paper Library with a collection of links to more than 500 nanotechnology white papers, presentations and reports. Access to most of these is free but some require registration. The registration is free and the registered users can download the whitepapers, case studies, webcasts and receive email alerts as well.


  • Nanotechweb.org

    nanotechweb.org is a unique global portal for nanotechnology resources, created for manufacturers, investors and academics, in fact anyone with an interest in nanotechnology. It features breaking news and the latest journal papers from around the world, plus an event calendar and invaluable research tools. From launch users will interact with the site and each other by providing content and opinion at all levels.


  • Nanovantage

    How do you stay up-to-date on new developments in nanotechnology in the times when the amount of technical literature increases very rapidly? NanoVantage is the answer. We provide monthly reports on the contents of nanoscience periodic literature and patents, judicially selected and categorized to reflect the most dynamic venues in nanotechnology and nanoengineering.


  • Nanowerk

    Nanowerk is the No. 1 nanotechnology portal. Apart from our unique Nanomaterial Database, the most extensive industry directory, a packed conference calendar, and complete nanotechnology news coverage, we offer Nanowerk Spotlight: Our daily Nanowerk-exclusive nanotechnology feature looks behind the buzz and the hype. What's hot and new from around the globe. Some stories are more like an introduction to nanotechnology, some are about understanding current developments, and some are advanced reviews of leading edge research. Read the latest Spotlights below or browse through our vast library of 610 nanotechnology articles.


  • NASA Advanced Supercomputing Division

    The NAS Division is dedicated to providing scientists and engineers with the supercomputing resources and simulation tools needed to carry out critical NASA missions and make new scientific discoveries for the benefit of humankind.


  • NASA Astrophysics Data System abstract service

    The NASA Astrophysics Data System abstract service provides a powerful search engine for each of its bibliographic databases: Astronomy and Astrophysics with abstracts from Planetary Sciences and Solar Physics journals, Physics and Geophysics with abstracts from APS journals and SPIE conference proceedings, ArXiv Preprints consisting of all the papers published in the ArXiv e-print archive. Each database contains abstracts of articles and monographs published in several journals, conference proceedings, observatory reports, newsletters, NASA reports and PhD theses. Users can query the database by author, astronomical object name (astronomy database only), words in the title and words in the abstract text. The search results are ranked by relevance to the query. Users can view the full record available for each of the selected publications. As an additional service to the astronomical community, ADS also maintains a database of people involved in astronomy research. Astroperson search form is available to locate the researchers in the community.


  • NASA Research and Education Network

    The NASA Research and Education Network (NREN) project focuses on the development and early deployment of high-performance networking technologies to provide exciting new capabilities for NASA science and engineering. As NASA Enterprises integrate these emerging networking technologies into their activities, NASA will be able to revolutionize mission applications involving space exploration, the design of air and space vehicles, Earth system modeling, and access to information contained in vast databases. Organizationally NREN is the research networking component of the Computing, Networking and Information Systems (CNIS) Project within the Computing, Information and Communications Technologies (CICT) Program.


  • Natioanal Geographic-Science and Space

    National Geographic supports exploration and discovery and groundbreaking scientific fieldwork and critical expeditions through grant programs and public projects. Their Science and Space site covers topics in archaeology, technology, space, the prehistoric world, the Earth, and health and the human body.


  • National Academy of Sciences (NAS) [U.S.]

    The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) is an honorific society of distinguished scholars engaged in scientific and engineering research, dedicated to the furtherance of science and technology and to their use for the general welfare.


  • National centre for e-social science :NCeSS

    The National Centre for e-Social Science (NCeSS) is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to investigate how innovative and powerful computer-based infrastructure and tools developed over the past five years under the UK e-Science programme can benefit the social science research community. This infrastructure is commonly known as the 'Grid'.


  • National centre for learning and teaching in Nano scale science and Engineering : NCLT

    The mission of NCLT is to develop the next generation of leaders in nanoscale science and engineering teaching and learning, with an emphasis on NSEE capacity building, providing a strong impact on national science, technology, engineering and mathematics education. The guiding theme of NCLT is learning and teaching through inquiry and design of nanoscale materials and applications.


  • NATIONAL DESIGN BUSINESS INCUBATOR

    NDBI is an initiative of the National Institute of Design (NID), Ahmedabad set up with the support of Department of Science and Technology and Department of Industrial Promotion, Govt. of India, New Delhi. NID is internationally recognized as one of the foremost multidisciplinary institutions in the field of design education, research, training and service. NID has been a catalyst in disseminating design awareness amongst Indian industry, as its graduates are active in every sphere of economic activity in the country. NDBI would attempt to inculcate a spirit of entrepreneurship in the creative minds of young designers designers, so that their ideas would get transformed into new products or services capable of being marketed and sold, giving birth to a new class of designpreneurs.NDBI is a comprehensive, all inclusive (technology, design, materials, processes and market survey) one-stop innovation and product/concept development nodal centre.


  • National energy research scientific computing center

    NERSC is a world leader in accelerating scientific discovery through computation. NERSC provides high-performance computing tools and expertise that enable computational science of scale, in which large, interdisciplinary teams of scientists attack fundamental problems in science and engineering that require massive calculations and have broad scientific and economic impacts."


  • National engineers week foundations

    "The Foundation and our coalition strive to be the global leader in cultivating and celebrating the engineering profession.


  • National Geographic News

    Every science enthusiast will find countless, fascinating stories at this National Geographic website. The news site covers stories related to adventure and exploration, archaeology and paleontology, kids' news, science and technology, people and culture, the environment, and travel. Users can discover Special Series which cover emerging explorers, oceans, the pulse of the planet, and so much more. The incredible images warrant a visit all by themselves.


  • National ICT Australia — Australia’s new ICT Research Centre of Excellence

    National ICT Australia (NICTA) is building Australia's pre-eminent Information and Communications Technology (ICT) centre of excellence. This website aims to provide a comprehensive insight into NICTA's research and education programs, collaborative work, and our future aspirations. NICTA was formed by the Federal Government’s Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts and the Australian Research Council. NICTA’s consortium partners are the Australian Capital Territory Government, the New South Wales Government, the University of New South Wales, and the Australian National University. A national laboratory has emerged from this powerful union based on the foundations of research, commercialisation, education, and collaboration. With a focus on fundamental and use–inspired research, NICTA attracts, develops, and networks exceptional talent for Australia’s future prosperity. NICTA’s research efforts focus on the technology challenges facing industry, community, and the national interest. The central drivers of NICTA’s research are the Priority Challenges. The creation of technology for use in society, the market, and the environment inspire the Priority Challenges. NICTA’s two initial Priority Challenges are Trusted Wireless Networks and From Data to Knowledge. NICTA brings together exceptional people from research and industry to create an ICT research centre of excellence that generates national wealth


  • National Innovation Centre [NIF]

    The Department of Science and Technology established National Innovation Foundation (NIF) of India, on March 1, 2000, with the main goal of providing institutional support in scouting, spawning, sustaining and scaling up grassroots green innovations and helping their transition to self supporting activities. For the last seventeen years the Honeybee Network and Society for Research and Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions (SRISTI) have been scouting innovations by farmers, artisans, women, etc. at the grassroots level.


  • National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management

    The National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management, popularly known as MANAGE, is an apex national institute set up in 1987 as an autonomous society under the Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India. MANAGE is the Indian response to the challenges of management in a rapidly growing agricultural sector. As a management institute, MANAGE has a mandate to assist the State Governments, the Government of India and other public sector organizations in effective management of their agricultural extension and other agricultural management systems. MANAGE is a nodal institute for conducting International Programmes and organizing study visits for foreign delegates in the above areas.


  • National Institute of Smart Government

    National Institute for Smart Government (NISG), Hyderabad is a not-for-profit company incorporated in 2002 with NASSCOM (National Association of Software and Service Companies), Central and State governments being the principal promoters.NISG is being shaped as an institution of excellence in the area of e-Governance with focus on developing appropriate architectures and standards, providing high-level consultancy services and capacity building at the national level. NISG is constituted under a Public Private Partnership model with a view to combine the immense potential and resources of the private sector with the principles of accountability and transparency of the public sector. The goal of NISG is to lead the nation to a preeminent position in providing integrated online services to the citizens and businesses.


  • National Institute of Standards and Technology

    Founded in 1901, NIST is a non-regulatory federal agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce. NIST's mission is to promote U.S. innovation and industrial competitiveness by advancing measurement science, standards, and technology in ways that enhance economic security and improve our quality of life.


  • National Internet eXchange of India

    The National Internet eXchange of India is the meeting point of the ISPs in India. Its main purpose is to facilitate handing over of domestic Internet traffic between the peering ISP members. This will enable more efficient use of international bandwidth, save foreign exchange. It will further improve the Quality of Services for the customers of member ISPs, by being able to avoid multiple international hops and thus lowering delays. NIXI is managed by a limited liability company under the name National Internet Exchange of India, registered as a Section 25 company of the Companies Act and other applicable laws of India. It is managed by a Board of Directors. The Directors are drawn from the Department of Information Technology, eminent acamedicians such as from IIT, ISPAI, and from among the peering ISPs. NIXI is physically hosted at the premises of Software Technology Parks of India at all it's present locations, ie. New Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Calcutta. NIXI will be managed and operated on a Neutral basis, in line with the best practices for such initiatives globally and will be a Not-for-Profit operation. The initial cost of the project is being provided for by a Grant from the Deptt. of Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India. It is envisaged that from the Second year of operations, the venture will become financially self sustaining and all surplus income will be used to meet the objectives of NIXI. The Board of NIXI will be the final authority on interpretation and application of th


  • National Microelectronics Research Center

    Ireland's National Microelectronics Research Center (NMRC) at the University College, Cork, conducts research on information and communications technologies. The organization identifies and addresses "key emerging technological challenges" and focuses on "the development of core technology competencies that will yield technology platforms for future high impact innovation and commercial exploitation." Research themes include microtechnologies, photonics, nanotechnology and research at the ICT/Bio interface. Images and short descriptions provide some background information on these themes, while more detailed research findings can be found on the individual research group websites. Some sections of the website were still being developed at the time of this report.


  • National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI)

    The National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) is the program established in fiscal year 2001 to coordinate Federal nanotechnology research and development. The NNI provides a vision of the long-term opportunities and benefits of nanotechnology. By serving as a central locus for communication, cooperation, and collaboration for all Federal agencies that wish to participate, the NNI brings together the expertise needed to guide and support the advancement of this broad and complex field. The ability to image, measure, model, and manipulate matter on the nanoscale is leading to new technologies that will impact virtually every sector of our economy and our daily lives. Nanoscale science, engineering, and technology are enabling promising new materials and applications across many fields. Realizing these possibilities requires continued research and accelerated innovation. The United States has been and is now the recognized leader in nanotechnology R&D, but this lead cannot be assumed to be permanent. Thus, the NNI is as important as ever to ensuring U.S. leadership in nanotechnology R&D.


  • National Science Teacher Association

    The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA), founded in 1944 and headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, is the largest organization in the world committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching and learning for all.


  • National Semiconductor - The power of analog

    National Semiconductor, California, USA, is a premier company engaged in creating high performance analog devices, products and subsystems for power management circuits, display drivers, audio and operational amplifiers, communication interface products and data conversion solutions. Based on its R & D activities, the company has developed usfeul online tools and educational materials.


  • National Technical Reports Library( NTRL)

    It provides access to over 2.2 million titles with over 700K digitized full-text technical reports. With updates on a weekly basis these numbers continuously grow as new content is acquired, and existing bibliographic content is digitized. The content of the NTRL V3.0 is arranged by 39 major subject categories and 375 sub-categories.


  • Natural Resources Database (NRDB) - Free GIS for developing countries

    NRDB is a free GIS tool for developing and distributing environmental databases. Its aim is to provide people in developing countries with a powerful yet simple tool to assist in the managing of their own resources. The database structure consists of relational and hierarchical features and attributes. NRDB is also a time-series database, all data has a date associated with it. The users can therefore observe changes over time in the data. All data for the NRDB is stored in a single database file which can be redistributed with the software. NRDB software can assist with the following tasks - recording species and habitat data, monitoring the effect of management and impacts on environmental resources, collating information on environmental management and organisations, storing socio-economic information spatially, production of thematic maps of environmental concerns to assist in advocacy work, as a tool for training in environmental management and spatial mapping. The software should run on most Windows-based computers and requires only standard desktop peripherals such as a scanner and a printer.


  • nature Network

    Nature Network is the online meeting place for you and fellow scientists to gather, talk and find out about the latest scientific news and events. Science is an international endeavor and deserves a global stage for discussion. Scientists can also benefit from interactions at the local level. That's why you'll see an increasing number of local city hubs on Nature Network, starting with Boston and London.


  • Nature proceeding

    Nature Precedings is a place for researchers to share pre-publication research, unpublished manuscripts, presentations, posters, white papers, technical papers, supplementary findings, and other scientific documents. Submissions are screened by our professional curation team for relevance and quality, but are not subjected to peer review. We welcome high-quality contributions from biology, medicine (except clinical trials), chemistry and the earth sciences.


  • NCL Innovation Park (National Chemical Laboratory)

    The NCL Innovation Park is a 43,000 sq m (10.6 acre) facility being developed by the National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India (http://www.ncl-india.org/) to support the birth, growth and expansion plans of research and knowledge-based business entities through critical stages of their growth by providing ready-to-occupy space (with varying degrees of servicing) with easy access to knowledge centers (like NCL), knowledge workers, business networks and other resources.


  • NEP: New Economic Papers

    NEP is an announcement service which filters information on new additions to RePEc into edited reports. The goal is to provide subscribers with up-to-date information about the research literature. Our success in achieving this goal has been substantial. Today, there are 51586 subscriptions from 23516 unique addresses distributed throughout the world. The reports are generated by subject-specific editors.


  • Nepjol

    Nepal Journals OnLine (NepJOL) is a database of journals published in Nepal, covering the full range of academic disciplines. Its objective is to give greater visibility to the participating journals, and to the research they convey. NepJOL provides information on each journal, including aims and scope, contact details and general information. It also provides Tables of contents and abstracts (where available) for all articles published within these journals. As of May 2008, there are 23 journals listed on NepJOL and 511 of the articles are available in full text (PDF). NepJOL is supported by INASP.


  • Net nose

    NetNose is the first search engine where people can determine what words should find web sites. People match web sites to search terms for accuracy creating a better search experience. Search results on NetNose are guaranteed to improve as more people like yourself utilize your common sense abilities.


  • NetBSD - A redistributable UNIX-like operating system

    NetBSD project is an international collaborative effort by a large group of people. NetBSD is a free, secure and highly portable UNIX-like operating system available for many platforms, from 64-bit AlphaServers and desktop systems to handheld and embedded devices. Its design and features makes it adoptable in both production and research environments. The wesbite provides some applications, documentation, FAQs and NetBSD manual pages


  • Network for Computitional nanotechnology

    The Network for Computational Nanotechnology is a National Science Foundation infrastructure and research network with a mission to enable education and research in nanoscience for nanotechnology applications. NCN currently focuses on nanoelectronics, nanoelectromechanics, nanophotonics, and nanodevices for biology and medicine - as well as other key areas.


  • Network world

    Network World is the premier provider of information, intelligence and insight for Network and IT Executives. With an editorial focus on delivering news, opinion and analytical tools for key decision makers who architect, deploy and manage business solutions - Network World offers a unique and powerful combination of audiences and resources across Online, Print and Events to meet your marketing objectives.


  • Networked resource & Metadata committee

    The Networked Resources and Metadata Committee was established to help provide ALCTS a coherent view of networked information and metadata issues


  • New scientist Space

    Launched in 1996 and since extended to include three channels (Space, Tech and Environment), a YouTube channel, podcast series, regular vodcasts and 6 blogs, New Scientist online has over 2 million monthly unique users.


  • New Semiconductor Materials Archive

    This is an electronic archive by Ioffe Institute, one of Russia?s largest institutions for research in physics and technology. It intends to systematize parameters of semiconductor compounds and heterostructures based on them and thereby provide the physicists, both theoreticians and experimentalists, a tool to rapidly retrieve the semiconducting material parameters they are interested in. The archive covers both the known and new semiconducting compounds. It provides band, optical, electrical, mechanical, thermal and other properties of metals, oxides, silicides and other materials.


  • nextaris

    Phil Bradley's site of the month. Nextaris is an entirely new concept; an all- in-one set of web-based tools for searching the Web, capturing content, saving/sharing files, publishing blogs,messaging and networking. Requires login.


  • NFAIS

    NFAIS represents an international cross-section of technology, publishing and information providers. It is a partnership of government, nonprofit and commercial organizations - all sharing a common mission of improved access to, and use of, information.


  • NICEM

    A crucial reference tool for librarians, media specialists, training directors, faculty, teachers and researchers.The world's most comprehensive audiovisual database since 1963.


  • Nine Planets

    This website is an overview of the history, mythology, and current scientific knowledge of the planets, moons and other objects in our solar system. Each page has my text and NASA's images, some have sounds and movies, most provide references to additional related information.


  • Nirma Labs

    NirmaLabs, the most recent initiative of Nirma Education and Research Foundation-NERF, is an incubator to spawn High Tech Knowledge based Wealth Generation ventures. The basic idea is to identify individuals with technical knowledge and experience, bring them to NirmaLabs campus, and groom them to evolve project plans for high tech wealth generation ventures. Such projects and teams will then be seed funded and incubated to bring the concept to venture fundable level. NERF is putting in the initial seed fund.


  • Nobel e-Museum: Conflict Map

    Visualizing the nature of various conflicts across the world over the course of history is quite a challenge, and the Nobel e-Museum offers this rather compelling way to think about the past century or so of such engagements. Utilizing the Schockwave application, this interactive map provides answers to such question as Where did these wars take place?, Have some regions experienced more wars than others?, and Who were the main protagonists in these conflicts? A tall order to be sure, but the map succeeds nobly, and accomplishes its educational task by organizing each conflict into one of three categories (represented on the map by a small conflagration), and offering a brief explanation about each conflict as well. Additionally, the map also provides statistical information on the geographical distribution of Peace Prize laureates and nominees from the period 1901 to 2001, along with providing aggregate numbers of the total nominations, divided into seven geographical regions.


  • Nobel Prizes for 2007

    The Nobel Prize is an international award given every year for achievements in physics, chemistry, medicine, literature, economic sciences and peace. Visit the site to know about the prize winners of the year 2007. Also available here is information about Alfred Nobel, the Nobel Foundation and all the previous Nobel prize winners.


  • Noble prize Lectures

    "Here you can learn the history behind many Nobel Laureates and even hear some of them read their work and give lectures and speeches."


  • NOISE (New Outlooks In Science & Engineering)

    NOISE (New Outlooks In Science & Engineering) is a new UK-wide campaign funded by the Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC).NOISE aims to raise awareness of science & engineering among 16-19 year olds by making these subjects more relevant and accessible.


  • Nstein

    Computer-aided indexing for e-publishers.


  • nzresearch.org.nz

    This website is a gateway to the open-access research documents produced at universities, polytechnics, and other research institutions throughout New Zealand


  • ODI Overseas Development Institute

    ODI is Britain's leading independent think tank on international development and humanitarian issues. "Our mission is to inspire and inform policy and practice which lead to the reduction of poverty, the alleviation of suffering and the achievement of sustainable livelihoods in developing countries. We do this by locking together high quality applied research, practical policy advice, and policy-focused dissemination and debate. We work with partners in the public and private sectors, in both developing and developed countries."


  • OMN (open Media Network)

    Open Media Network is a non-profit focused on making it easier to find high-quality video programming by innovative educational, community and non-profit organizations. We are the place to find and showcase video people care deeply about-video that informs, educates and engages the public.


  • One Laptop for Per Child

    OLPC was founded by Nicholas Negroponte with a core of Media Lab veterans, but quickly expanded to include a wide range of exceptionally talented and dedicated people from academia, industry, the arts, business, and the open-source community. Each individual involved brings a unique skill set, and a deep personal passion, to the project


  • One look dictionary search

    This web site is as a search engine for words and phrases: "If you have a word for which you'd like a definition or translation, we'll quickly shuttle you to the web-based dictionaries that define or translate that word. If you don't know how to spell the word, we'll help you do that too. No word is too obscure: More than 5 million words in more than 900 online dictionaries are indexed by the OneLook search engine."


  • OneLook Dictionary search

    This web site is as a search engine for words and phrases: "If you have a word for which you'd like a definition or translation, we'll quickly shuttle you to the web-based dictionaries that define or translate that word. If you don't know how to spell the word, we'll help you do that too. No word is too obscure: More than 5 million words in more than 900 online dictionaries are indexed by the OneLook search engine."


  • OneLook Reverse Dictionary

    There are certainly times for everyone where they cannot seem to remember a certain phrase or word, and it may become rather vexing and frustrating. Fortunately, there is now the OneLook Reverse Dictionary website which can help persons confounded by this situation. Essentially, users can type in a concept into a search engine and receive a list of words and phrases related to that concept. For example, typing in "joy from the pain of others" returns over one hundred results, including "schadenfreude" and "regret". There are several other uses to the site, including the ability to explore related concepts or to answer basic identification questions. Perhaps the most important function of the Reverse Dictionary is that users (if they are so inclined) may also use the database to solve crossword puzzle clues.


  • OneSeek.com

    OneSeek.com was founded in 1997 to give Web surfers quick and easy access to the best sites on the Internet. The company's sites provide the ability to execute a search across multiple Web sites. One search will bring directly to the results pages from the leading sites in each category. OneSeek.com is also a leading provider of web-enabled software utilities for Microsoft Windows.


  • Online Book Page

    The Online Books Page is a website that facilitates access to books that are freely readable over the Internet. Founded and edited by digital library planner and researcher at the University of Pennsylvania John Mark Ockerbloom, the portal contains over 30,000 free ebooks organised by subjects.


  • Online Books Page

    The Online Books Page is a website that facilitates access to books that are freely readable over the Internet. It also aims to encourage the development of such online books, for the benefit and edification of all. Major parts of the site include: An index of thousands of online books freely readable on the Internet; Pointers to significant directories and archives of online texts; Special exhibits of particularly interesting classes of online books;Information on how readers can help support the growth of online books.


  • Online Mathematics Textbooks

    More and more instructional materials in the field of mathematics can be found online today, though for several years, it was difficult to find high-quality textbooks in their entirety. Fortunately Professor George Cain of the Georgia Institute of Technology has created this website to remedy that situation. As Professor Cain notes on his site, ?The writing of textbooks and making them freely available on the web is an idea whose time has arrived.? Here he offers links to sixty-five different textbooks, including those that deal with multivariable calculus and several introductory texts on probability. Overall, the site is a fine resource, and it will be of use to both budding math scholars and those who teach them.


  • Online NEWS Association

    The Online News Association was founded in 1999 by several working members of the online press. ONA is open to journalists from around the world who produce news on the Internet and other digital platforms, and to others with an interest in online news.


  • Online writing Lab

    The Online Writing Lab: Purdue University - U.S. and International Newspaper Archives on the Internet


  • Open access and the progress of science

    The power to transform research communication may be at each scientist's fingertips. A thought-provoking article in American Scientist Online, by Alma Swan.


  • Open access bibliography

    1,300 selected English-language books, conference papers (including some digital video presentations), debates, editorials, e-prints, journal and magazine articles, news articles, technical reports, and other printed and electronic sources that are useful in understanding the open access movement's efforts to provide free access to and unfettered use of scholarly literature.


  • open access scholarly publisher association: OASPA

    Our mission is to represent the interests of Open Access (OA) journal publishers globally in all scientific, technical and scholarly disciplines. This mission will be carried out through exchanging information, setting standards, advancing models, advocacy, education, and the promotion of innovation.


  • Open channel software

    Open Channel Software focuses on publishing innovative software providing solutions to problems in science, industry and technology. Academic and research environments are the prime source for these applications. The coverage includes a wide range of subjects from aerodynamics to X-ray spectrography. The website hosts some priced softwares also and so not all softwares are available free. Access to some softwares is restricted to US citizens only. For downloading the free softwares, the users should register by filling a form.


  • Open content

    Browse courseware by subject on this directory site containing links to courses on everything from artificial intelligence to literature.


  • Open layers :free maps for the web

    OpenLayers is an open source JavaScript library that uses a JavaScript API to build free geospatial web client applications. It implements WMS and WFS, and handles GeoRSS feeds for map display (Turton & Murdoch 2008). Its WFS-T works well in tandem with GeoServer. Its framework was designed so that map tools may operate on all map data sources, avoiding the pitfall of proprietary silos. The site provides access to its wiki, blog and downloads through tabs. Impressive implementations may be viewed through the "Gallery" tab. See the Long Island Index Interactive Map hyperlink, and that site's video tutorials, available through the "How do I..." tab.


  • Open research online

    A repository of Open University research publications and other research outputs


  • Open science Directory

    The Open Science Directory has been developed by EBSCO and the Hasselt University Library based upon a request by marine information management experts collaborating within the framework of the IOC?s (Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of UNESCO) IODE (International Oceanographic Data and Information Exchange) programme in order to create a global search tool for all open access and special programs journal titles in special programs for developing countries. About 13000 scientific journals are now available in the 'Open Science Directory'. When all the special program journals will be included, the Open Science Directory will contain more than 20000 titles. So far Open Science Directory contains collections of Open Access Journals (e.g. Directory of Open Access Journals) and journals in the special programs (Hinari, Agora, OARE). Other programs will be added in the near future.


  • Open Semiotics Resource Center

    The field of semiotics is a complex one, and it is generally understood to include the study of sign systems and evolution, texts, information, meaning, and related matters. This particular site, dedicated to the field of semiotics, was founded by Paul Bouissac, and it serves as a dynamic and interactive place where scholars and interested parties can peruse their online semiotics encyclopedia, take a look at virtual symposia, and look through the "Semioticon Commons". Visitors will definitely want to click their way to the "Public Journal of Semiotics" section and also look at their global information bulletin, titled "Semiotix". The site is rounded out by the Semiotic Review of Books and "The Pulse", which serves as a gateway to other semiotic-themed sites.


  • Open source Observatory and Repository

    The Open Source Observatory and Repository for European public administrations (OSOR) is a platform for exchanging information, experiences and FLOSS-based code for use in public administrations. "If you are interested in using open source software for public administration, OSOR.eu offers international news on Open Source topics; a repository with code and documentation on software for public administrations; a state-of-the art forge for working together."


  • open student: student for access to op[en research

    Open Students accepts guests posts on any aspect of Open Access. We welcome guest posts by students, faculty, librarians, administrators, publishers, and others.


  • Open video project

    The purpose of the Open Video Project is to collect and make available a repository of digitized video content for the digital video, multimedia retrieval, digital library, and other research communities. Researchers can use the video to study a wide range of problems, such as tests of algorithms for automatic segmentation, summarization, and creation of surrogates that describe video content; the development of face recognition algorithms; or creating and evaluating interfaces that display result sets from multimedia queries. Because researchers attempting to solve similar problems will have access to the same video content, the repository is also intended to be used as a test collection that will enable systems to be compared, similar to the way the TREC conferences are used for text retrieval.


  • Open Yale Course

    Open Yale Courses provides free and open access to a selection of introductory courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars at Yale University. The aim of the project is to expand access to educational materials for all who wish to learn.


  • OpenCores.org - Free open source IP codes and chip design

    OpenCores is a collection of people who are interested in developing free hardware on the similar lines of free software development. Their activities are centered around the opencores web site. This consists of a heterogenous group of people working towards a common goal. The group progresses through the independent contributions of individuals. The website provides links to news, articles, projects and development tools depending on the project. Treading the new path of the open free hardware concept, it invites interested people to join and contribute. Currently the emphasis is on digital modules called 'cores'.


  • OpenLearn

    Launched in late 2006 by the UK-based Open University, OpenLearn provides free open educational resources for learners and educators around the world under a Creative Commons licence (this means that users can download and reuse the materials, amending them to suit their purpose and context). The site can boast in excess of 2500 hours of free study materials across nine subject areas: Arts & History, Business & Management, Education, IT & Computing, Mathematics & Statistics, Science & Nature, Society and Study Skills & Language Learning. For the online version of the free educational resources across this range of topics, please go to www.open.ac.uk/openlearn.


  • OpenSIGLE

    OpenSIGLE is an open access to bibliographical references of reports and other grey literature (GL) produced in Europe. The records are in English. They include bibliographical data, the SIGLE classification codes (cf. Full Subject Category List) with their wording, and possibly an English summary.


  • Open-site.org

    a free, trusted, online encyclopedia. Open-Site is edited by volunteer editors and its content is freely available for everyone under the GNU Free Documentation License.


  • OpenwetWare

    OpenWetWare is an effort to promote the sharing of information, know-how, and wisdom among researchers and groups who are working in biology & biological engineering. OWW provides a place for labs, individuals, and groups to organize their own information and collaborate with others easily and efficiently. In the process, we hope that OWW will not only lead to greater collaboration between member groups, but also provide a useful information portal to our colleagues, and ultimately the rest of the world.


  • OPML Compendium

    OPML - Outline Processor Markup Language. This page is a companion to The RSS Compendium.


  • Optics.Org technical library - Optics and Photonics library

    Optics.Org is an industry service provided by SPIE - the international society for optical engineering. The Optics.Org database is offered jointly by SPIE, and NASA's Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Abstract Service. Presently, "Over 1,400,000 technical citations and abstracts" are included in this searchable database. In addition, the site provides links to search optics patent and standards, a free weekly newsletter up-to-date with the latest global photonics news in R&D, patents, business and applications.


  • Opticsnet

    This site is maintained by the Optics Society of America and contains many useful links to sources about optics and photonics research.


  • Organization of World Heritage Cities

    Cities around the world have served as the primary repositories for human culture, innovation, and diversity for millennia, so it makes sense that there is a worldwide organization dedicated to some of these important historic places. Founded in 1993, the Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC) consists of 208 cities, which have a combined population of 125 million. Some of their programs include symposia and seminars dealing with the management, development, and preservation of historic sites, along with creating an active and vibrant network among these places. In the section titled “The Preservation Challenge”, visitors can read some of the key documents dealing with the organization, along with information on their current initiatives. Visitors may also find out about the various cities that are part of the organization, such as Damascus, Tunis, and Galle. Finally, the site also contains registration and program material for the 8th OWHC World Symposium 2008, which will be held in Cuzco, Peru.


  • OrionRobots!

    OrinonRObots is a robotics resource and community website. There is a great deal of technical, creative and background information on robotics for hobbyists and even those more experienced. Some areas of the site also form a dictionary for some of the terms and concepts used in robotics, electronics, programming, Lego building and engineering.


  • Outbrain

    we are doing the same for blog and article content on the web. Information overload is real and growing as the amount of content on the web grows exponentially. We are committed to helping readers of blogs and media sites find the best content that is most relevant to them on a personal basis. Search engines are wonderfully adept at helping people locate what they know they want. But how do you find amazing new content if you don't know it exists? That's the problem we are working hard to solve.


  • OWL - Web Ontology Language

    OWL is a Web Ontology language. It is compatible with the architecture of the World Wide Web in general, and the semantic web in particular. Additional capabilities include the ability to be distributed across many systems, scalability to web needs, compatibility with web standards for accessibility and internationalization, openess and extensibility. This W3C site provides information including language specifications, tutorials, articles and presentations, a sample of the tools, projects, and applications utilising OWL and example ontologies.


  • OWL writing Lab

    "The OWL Writing Lab is one of the most complete writing sites on the web. Offering everything from step-by-step outlining to developing a thesis, you're sure to find something to improve your writing here."


  • Pakistani Research Repository

    Sponsored by Pakistan's Higher Education Commission, the Pakistan Research Repository was established to help promote the profile and visibility of research originating from various higher education institutions within the country. Currently the archive contains well over 1800 PhD theses, along with various research papers and other documents of potential interest. From the homepage, visitors can view the latest additions to this online repository, and they can also view items within the repository organized by subject, year, type, or originating institution.


  • palowireless.com - Wireless Technologies Resource Center

    The palowireless.com web site is a portal for wireless technologies. The website provides tutorials, tools, market research, news, events, forums, products and other topics of interest to the wireless professional or newcomer. It caters for the information needs of the wireless industry professionals, IT professionals, product developers, end-users of mobile technology, journalists, technologists, academics and students. It provides a full spectrum of resources including areas such as Bluetooth, WAP, 3G, i-mode, HiperLAN2, HomeRF, IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.15, IEEE 802.16, IrDA, Java, GPRS, GPS, SMS, SyncML, UMTS, UWB and VoiceXML. The producers of this site work in the communications and IT arena.


  • Pandora Australia Web Archieve

    The PANDORA Project (Preserving and Accessing Networked DOcumentary Resources of Australia, http://pandora.nla.gov.au/index.html) was set up in June 1996 in an attempt to develop an archive with Australian Internet publications for preservation purposes by the National Library. The PANDORA Archive contains an ever growing number of selected Australian online publications such as electronic journals, organisational sites, government publications and ephemera in a broad range of topics from Agriculture to Sports. Anyone in the world with an Internet connection can have access to the PANDORA Archive. Most of the titles are freely available to all.


  • Paperofrecord.com

    "With 21 million images in our collection so far, PaperofRecord.com is looking to a multi-billion-newspaper page universe to create a resource that will be used by scholars, students and individuals of all walks of life, for generations to come."


  • PapersInvited

    PapersInvited was conceived and developed to assist researchers at all levels - scientists, professors, post-docs and students who are seeking publishing opportunities for their research papers. PapersInvited presents an exhaustive list of Calls for Papers issued by professional bodies, journal editors and other conference organizers in all disciplines.


  • Patent and trademark depository library association

    The Association was established September 1983. Its objectives are to discover the interests, needs, opinions, and goals of the Patent and Trademark Depository Libraries (PTDLs), and to advise the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) in these matters for the benefit of PTDLs and their users, and to assist the USPTO in planning and implementing appropriate services for the PTDL's, their staffs and patrons.


  • Patent information user group INC: PIUG

    The Patent Information Users Group, Inc. (PIUG), the International Society for Patent Information is a not-for-profit organization for individuals having a professional, scientific or technical interest in patent information.


  • Patent len

    CAMBIA Patent Lens lets you search the full text of 7 million patents and patent applications from bulk data collected from WIPO, USPTO, EPO, IP Australia.


  • Patent room

    Patent Room is a collection of early 20th Century industrial design discovered in the U.S. Patent Office archives. This museum of 1920s, 30s, 40s and 50s design is a sampling of the thousands of images.


  • Patent.com

    Patents.com provides one of the most comprehensive free patent search sites on the web.


  • Pathway interaction database

    Pathway interaction DatabaseThe Pathway Interaction Database is an authoritative, peer-reviewed collection of information about biomolecular interactions that occur in human cellular signaling pathways. Created in a collaboration between the U.S. National Cancer Institute and NPG, the database is aimed at cell biologists, biochemists, computational biologists and bioinformaticians. It offers a range of intuitive tools to allow users to easily search, view and download data, and complex queries can be created to further explore the database. A concise editorial section provides synopses of recent important research articles and specially commissioned articles on the practical use of other relevant online tools..


  • PBS: Quantum Computing

    into quantum computing technology. The program summary discusses some of the potential uses for quantum computing and features excerpts from the program in which researchers from IBM's Watson Research Center, MIT and UC Berkeley were interviewed. Visitors can also download video footage of the show and the transcript. Short definitions for key terms such as Tunneling, Superposition, Entanglement, and Quantum Mechanics are also provided.


  • PCTechGuide

    The PCTechGuide is the web's number one PC technology resource, providing clear, accessible information on computer hardware, maintenance and operation. With comprehensive guides on components and peripherals, tutorials on common computing tasks, and articles on a wide range of computer related topics, the PC Technology Guide helps thousands of IT consumers, students, hobbyists and professionals get the computer knowledge they need every day.


  • People's Network

    People?s Network services started with computers in public libraries giving high speed access to the web for everyone. In total the network in libraries offers over 60 million hours of computer use every year, most of it free, with access to a wide range of software and digital content, in buildings already rich with collections of books and other material, all supported by trained and supportive staff.


  • Personal wikis

    Personal wikis allow people to richly link information on their desktop or mobile computing devices the same way a community wiki links information across the internet. Thus people who like the wiki philosophy of organizing information may find personal wikis useful.


  • Petri

    The Petri IT Knowledgebase has served as one of the world's leading content and community resources for IT professionals and system administrators for more than 15 years. First launched by IT expert Daniel Petri in 1999, the Petri IT Knowledgebase has always been focused on serving the needs of IT professionals by providing information to help them solve problems, do their jobs more effectively, and to advance their careers.


  • PhDjobs

    Search for jobs relevant to your academic discipline


  • Phibot

    Phibot.org is a full text search engine over a collection of more than 150.000.000 million webpages worldwide. Phibot identifies physics-related pages out of this collection. At the moment, 5 million physics-related web documents are accessible through phibot.


  • Philosophers? Imprint

    A number of disciplines in the humanities have embarked on ambitious and lively forays into the world of online publishing, and philosophy is no exception to this trend. One rather noteworthy online journal is Philosophers? Imprint, which was started in 2001. The journal is actually a refereed series of original papers edited by the philosophy faculty at the University of Michigan, and published by the University of Michigan Digital Library. First-time visitors should begin by looking over their mission statement, and then they should feel free to browse around the current volume, or those from the past few years. Recent works have included Benj Hellie?s ?The Phenomenological Status of Sense-Data?, Stephen Finlay?s ?Value and Implicature?, and Richard Holton?s ?The Act of Choice?.


  • Philsci Archive

    A joint initiative by Philosophy Science Association and University of Pittsburgh, PhilSci Archive is an electronic archive for preprints in the philosophy of science. It is offered as a free service to the philosophy of science community with the goal to promote communication in the field by the rapid dissemination of new work. At present the site contains more than 1800 records which can be browsed by year, subject or conferences/volumes.


  • PhyLink.com

    The PhysLink.com is a comprehensive physics and astronomy online education, research and reference web site. In addition to providing high-quality content, PhysLink.com is a meeting place for professionals, students and other curious minds.


  • Physics 620D: Electricity, Teacher Investigations

    Stephen T. Thornton, a professor in the department of physics at the University of Virginia, has created this website to bring together a number of lesson plans for teachers in the field. Within this "Teacher Investigations" section of the site,visitors can look over three different classroom activities. The investigations include explorations into the world of light bulbs, the workings of circuits, and so on. Each activity includes a number of helpful diagrams, instructions, and questions for group discussion. Additionally, the site contains a list of recommended readings for physics teachers


  • Physics.org

    physics.org is an award winning website produced by the Institute of Physics."It's the place to be if you have a physics question, or if you're just generally interested in the subject."


  • Picasso Photos

    This article describes the Picasso-effect software that is part of a suite of imaging technologies developed by computer scientists at the University of Bath. The scientists have found a way to turn photo albums, videos and movies into drawings, paintings, and cartoons. The researchers were able to "teach the computer how to pick out the elements of photographs that, until now, only humans have been able to recognise as important." Basically, the computer identifies elements, such as a nose, eye or mouth, and proceeds to cut the images into chunks. The chunks are then statistically shuffled and then randomly-selected chunks are distorted to create a 'cubist' composition. The author ends the article with a discussion of some of the applications for this "automated art" in animation.


  • PicFinder

    PicFindr searches the web for stock photography that is completely free to use commercially.


  • Pilot Engineering Repository Xsearch: PERX

    PerX is a two-year (June 2005 ? May 2007) JISC Digital Repositories Programme project, to develop a pilot service which provides subject resource discovery across a series of repositories of interest to the engineering learning and research community. This pilot will then be used as a test-bed to explore the practical issues that would be encountered when considering the possibility of a full scale subject resource discovery service. PerX is based at the ICBL in Heriot Watt University, and is part of the Digital Repositories Programme.


  • Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

    PSC's mission is to: Enable solutions to important problems in Science and Engineering by providing leading-edge computational resources to the national community; Advance computational science, computational techniques and the National Information Infrastructure; Educate researchers in high performance techniques and their utility; and Assist the private sector in exploiting high performance computing for their competitive advantage. The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is a joint effort of Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh together with Westinghouse Electric Company. Established in 1986, PSC is supported by several federal agencies, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and private industry, and is a leading partner in the TeraGrid, the National Science Foundations cyberinfrastructure program.


  • Plagiserve

    PlagiServe is the most advanced service designed to assist educators in detecting academic dishonesty. It is a powerful tool that verifies the originality of papers by using the latest Internet-based technology.


  • PlanetLab

    PlanetLab currently consists of 445 machines, hosted by 208 sites, spanning over 25 countries. Most of the machines are hosted by research institutions, although some are located in co-location and routing centers (e.g., on Internet2's Abilene backbone). All of the machines are connected to the Internet. The goal is for PlanetLab to grow to 1,000 widely distributed nodes that peer with the majority of the Internet's regional and long-haul backbones.


  • Planetry society

    The Planetary Society, the world's largest space-interest group, is dedicated to inspiring the public with the adventure and mystery of space exploration. Through our projects and publications, the Society plays a leading role in creating innovative coalitions to engage the public and fuel support for exploring other worlds.


  • Planets Project

    The Planets project brings together European National Libraries and Archives, leading research institutions, and technology companies to address the challenge of preserving access to digital cultural and scientific knowledge.


  • Platonic Realms Interactive Mathematics Encyclopedia (PRIME)

    Platonic Realms Interactive Mathematics Encyclopaedia (PRIME) is a sponsored interactive web-based dictionary of mathematics. The user can browse entries by subject - basic maths, algebra, analysis, biography, calculus, computer science, discrete mathematics, economics, geometry, graph theory, history, foundations, number theory, physical science, statistics, topology, trigonometry. The encyclopaedia is continually building and allows users to submit definitions. Caters to both beginners and advanced maths


  • Podcast from the university of oxford {i-Tunes}

    Sciences, Continuing Education, and Life Sciences. By clicking on "show media items" under the description of each lecture, you can see all the titles in the lecture series, and choose from there. In "Philosophy" under the Humanities division are the distinguished John Locke Lectures, which include twelve different talks. In the Social Sciences Division, you will find topics such as the "Environmental Change Institute Podcasts from Oxford University" that consist of lectures, seminars, and interviews. "Forced Migration Online Discussions" include exchanges between experts, interviews with refugees, and lectures at the Refugee Studies Centre. Overall, the site is a great educational resource and one that could be used in any number of classroom settings.


  • Podcasting tool

    This site is a comprehensive podcasting resource detailing everything you need to know about Podcasting


  • Podiobook

    The term podiobook was coined by Evo Terra to describe serialized audiobooks which are distributed via RSS, much like a podcast. Listeners to Podiobooks.com can choose to receive the episodes of their books via an RSS feed or by listening to episodes by directly downloading episodes from this site. Some listeners keep the audio files on their computers, some transfer the book to CD, but most transfer the file on to their MP3 player so they can listen no matter where they are.


  • Portals for teachers

    This site provides a comprehensive range of useful ICT in Education information for teachers and educators, particularly those in the Asia-Pacific region, including: teaching guidelines, lesson plans, and links to online ICT teacher training courses.


  • PracticallyNetworked

    PracticallyNetworked has provided practical, easy-to-understand help for small network builders since early 1998. The site contains the most complete "How-To" information for setting up Internet sharing found anywhere!


  • Pramati

    Incorporated as Pramati Technologies Private Limited in April 1998. Pramati is an enterprise middleware and outsourced product development specialist from India. Pramati helps customers build and manage robust solutions with its own Java Application Server product and a service suite of architecture, deployment and performance engineering around middleware and SOA. Pramati helps Software Vendors with services that enable them to adapt faster to market changes, lower engineering expenses and innovate better.


  • Privacy and Cyber Crime

    The Privacy and Cyber Crime Institute is located in the Ted Rogers School of Management. Institute research projects have been funded by the Privacy Commissioner of Canada's Contributions Program. The Privacy Institute undertakes research about privacy and cyber crime issues such as workplace surveillance, biometrics, monitoring, identity theft, security breaches, and online social networks.


  • Privacy international

    Privacy International (PI) is a human rights group formed in 1990 as a watchdog on surveillance and privacy invasions by governments and corporations. PI is based in London, England, and has an office in Washington, D.C. We have campaigned across the world to protect people against intrusion by governments and corporations that seek to erode this fragile right. We believe that privacy forms part of the bedrock of freedoms, and our goal has always been to use every means to preserve it.


  • PRO::ICT

    PRO::ICT is an innovative approach to increase gender participation in ICT related education and make women benefit from information technologies.


  • Process Registar

    Online supplier directory for process industries includes news, links, forums and event calendar. Browse and search Over 5000 vendors arranged categorically.


  • ProcessLibrary.com: Free process information

    ProcessLibrary.com is a useful resource for anyone who wants to know the exact purpose of every single process on the PCs. "In the recesses of your computer, 20-30 invisible processes run silently in the background. Some hog system resources, turning your PC into a sluggish computer. Worse yet, other useless processes harbour spyware and Trojans - violating your privacy and giving hackers free reign on your computer". ProcessLibrary.com is a free online service provided by Uniblue Systems Ltd. It gives users easy access to detailed descriptions enabling them to figure out what is running on their systems, the latest information about spywares, adwares, trojans, viruses, system processes and common applications using which one can discard useless processes and make computer run safer and faster.


  • professional Association research network :PARN

    PARN is a non-political membership organisation set up to undertake research and provide networking opportunities for professional associations and their regulatory bodies. It has over 110 members in Great Britain and Ireland.


  • Professional/Scholarly Publishing

    A Division of the Association of American Publishers - ?Members of the Professional/Scholarly Publishing Division (PSP) publish, in print and electronic form, the vast majority of materials produced and used by scholars and professionals in science, medicine, technology, business, law, and the humanities.?


  • Programmable

    Keeping you up to date with the latest on mashups and the new Web 2.0 APIs


  • Progress in Informatics

    Serving as an interdisciplinary forum for researchers and practitioners of informatics.


  • Project Honey Pot

    Project Honey Pot, created by Unspam, LLC, is "a distributed system for identifying spammers and the spambots they use to scrape addresses from your website." Webmasters can install the free software on their website and begin collecting information on the exact moment that spammers harvest information and the IP address that gathered it. Project Honey Pot also works with law enforcement authorities to track down and prosecute spammers. Information they gather is shared with developers and researchers in order to inform the building of the next generation of anti-spam software. Participation (and access to the software) requires completion of a short online form. Data and Statistics on the Top 25 Global Spam Harvester and Top Harvester User Agents are posted online without registration. At the time of this report, Project Honey Pot was in the early stage of its public beta and anticipate posting additional statistics on trends and other statistics in the future. Note, the website is partially supported by paid advertisements that are not necessarily endorsed by the Honey Pot Project.


  • Project links

    Mathematics and its applications in engineering and science. Project Links is one of several MATC (Mathematics Across The Curriculum) projects funded by NSF.


  • Pronetos

    We provide an intuitively designed, real-time, web based community platform that facilitates mass collaboration and democratizes content for global distribution among academics with the ability to archive and search that content.


  • PRONOM

    PRONOM is an on-line information system about data file formats and their supporting software products. Originally developed to support the accession and long-term preservation of electronic records held by the National Archives, PRONOM is now being made available as a resource for anyone requiring access to this type of information.


  • Protopage

    ?Protopage is your own personal page that you can use for quick access to everything on the web that you go to most. You can use it to:Read news from your favorite news sites and blogs; Keep bookmarks to your most frequently accessed web sites; Organize your day with to-do lists and sticky notes; Create web pages, group pages, and intranets; And much more!?


  • PSIgate

    PSIgate has a new interface. PSIgate is a free service that offers access to high quality Web resources in the physical sciences; astronomy, chemistry, earth sciences, materials sciences, physics, and science history and policy.


  • Psychology WWW Virtual Library

    Based at the University of Florida's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Psychology WWW Virtual Library provides access to thousands of websites dealing with the numerous aspects of psychology, ranging from client-centered therapy to the history of the discipline. The site is divided into areas such as academic departments, clinical social work, library resources online, school psychology, and stress management, among others. Clicking on any of these headings takes visitors to a more detailed list of websites, which are offered with a brief description so that visitors may get a general idea of what materials they may find contained within each location. The site also contains a search engine for visitors looking to tailor their searches to their various requirements. The site is rounded out by a recommendation form where visitors may contribute online psychology resources that may be of interest to others.


  • Public STINET (Scientific & Technical Information Network)

    The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC)'s Scientific and Technical Information Network (STINET) Service helps the DoD community access pertinent scientific and technical information to meet mission needs effectively.?


  • Publish or perish

    Publish or Perish is a software program that retrieves and analyzes academic citations. It uses Google Scholar to obtain the raw citations, then analyzes these.


  • Puppet Lab

    Puppet Labs designs IT automation software and increases the efficiency and speed of cloud computing. It powers thousands of large companies and is renowned for cloud computing technologies. - See more at: http://technologyschools.org/information-technology/#sthash.pEz8gZo3.dpuf


  • Pure video

    A Web-wide video search destination. Includes a custom webpage solution and a new channel dedicated to educational research.


  • Pureperformance.com - Tweaks and tips for Windows XP/2000, Windows 9x/ME

    PC users sometimes tune the installation to improve performance and stability by taking maximum advantage of the installed hardware. Available here are tips and instructions for fine-tuning the pcs. The instructions are straightforward with each step clearly detailed. Among others, the tips provided here are for changing configuration settings to an optimal value, installing updated drivers, removing incorrect information from the registry, removing unused applications, instructions on correct installation of new software for maximum speed and performance, correctly configuring network protocols including Internet access, tuning critical system files, updating and configuring the BIOS and benchmarking the results. The site also contains related articles, windows troubleshooter and popular downloads for Windows.


  • Quantcast

    ?Quantcast is the world's first open internet ratings service. Advertisers can find reports on the audiences of millions of web sites. Publishers can ensure their sites are represented accurately by tagging them for direct measurement. The service is free to everyone.?


  • Quantiki

    A Quantum Mechanics and Information Wiki initially set up at the initiative of the University of Cambridge, Quantiki is increasingly populated with specialised and current learning material, working papers and much more content freely available. It also serves as a lively platform of discussion and knowledge sharing amongst physicists worlwide.


  • QUOSA

    QUOSA boosts the efficiency and power of literature search for both academic and commercial life science researchers.


  • Qwika

    Qwika is a search engine designed specifically to search wikis. Our aims are to cover all sizeable wikis in all sizeable languages, translate them, make them easily findable in the shortest possible time.


  • RealityGrid

    A major EPSRC grant has been awarded to a consortium of universities and collaborating institutions under the U.K. government's initiative on e-science. Called RealityGrid, the project aims to grid-enable the realistic modelling and simulation of complex condensed matter structures at the meso and nanoscale levels as well as the discovery of new materials.


  • Red jasper center for journal ranking

    Ranks 7,000 journals according to a new paradigm.


  • Redorbit.com

    RedOrbit.com is an internet destination for space, science, health, and technology enthusiasts.


  • RefAware

    A web based current awareness service designed to provide researchers and other members of the academic community with immediate access to new research and publications in their field - all within hours of being posted online.


  • Refdesk.com

    Refdesk.com provides organized links to useful sites on tons of topics.


  • Refseek

    RefSeek is a web search engine for students and researchers. RefSeek aims to make academic information easily accessible to everyone. RefSeek searches more than one billion documents, including web pages, books, encyclopedias, journals, and newspapers.


  • Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center

    The mission of the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center at Georgia Tech is "to promote universal access to mobile wireless technologies and explore their innovative applications in addressing the needs of people with disabilities." Anticipating that wireless devices are likely to become an integral part of daily life, with applications ranging from conducting financial transactions to setting a home thermostat, these researchers are working to ensure that people with disabilities are able to use these devices and actively participate in "the information age." Supported by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research of the U.S. Department of Education, the group's research addresses three inter-related projects: Assessment of User Needs, Evaluation of Emerging Technologies, and Policy Initiatives. The website also describes its work in exploring and developing new applications of wireless technologies to support independent living for people with disabilities, such as wearable computing. Related software applications are posted online to download as well as various publications, such as conference proceedings, journal articles, and technical reports.


  • Reifenberger Nanophysics Lab

    The Reifenberger Nanophysics Lab "uses innovative experimental techniques to examine the physical properties of objects in the nanoscale size range." This website describes the problems the lab is currently investigating including molecular conduction, environmental noise characterization, and new techniques using scanning probe microscopes (SPMs). Users can view an assorted collection of scanning probe images and schematic diagrams of the lab's equipment. Students and researchers can find a video discussing the research applications, lists of the lab's publications since 1992, and numerous links to online journals.


  • RePec

    RePEc (Research Papers in Economics) is a collaborative effort of hundreds of volunteers in 65 countries to enhance the dissemination of research in economics. The heart of the project is a decentralized database of working papers, journal articles and software components. All RePEc material is freely available.


  • Repositories support project

    The Repositories Support Project (RSP) is a major JISC initiative to support the development and growth of the UK repositories network.


  • Research Laboratory of Electronic at MIT

    "Research in RLE encompasses an extensive range of natural and man-made phenomena, and our projects are both basic and applied. Common among all RLE efforts is an expansive 21st century interpretation of the 20th century term "electronics," starting at the most basic physical realm of particles and quantum physics and extending all the way to sophisticated engineering application technologies relevant to today and critical to tomorrow."


  • Researcher Explorer

    The Research Explorer contains over 17,000 institutes at German universities and non-university research institutions, searchable by name, geographic location, subject and other structural criteria. Listings contain current postal and internet addresses.


  • Researcher ID

    ResearcherID is a website where invited researchers can register for a unique researcher ID number. At this site, users can: Update their profile information; Build their publication list using Web of Science search services or uploading a file; Select to make their profile public or private. Registered as well as non-registered users can search the Researcher Registry to view profiles and find potential collaborators.


  • Reshaping scholarly communication

    The website provides insights about the efforts of University of California's scholars and their partners across the academy in reshaping scholarly communication. According to them, " current model of scholarly communication has become economically unsustainable, restrictive, and increasingly limited in its ability to make information accessible". The scholarly outputs and the research results are therefore not reaching all those who have the potential to utilize these. The website discusses the remedies and alternatives to make available such useful scholarly information to more number of readers, more quickly and at economically sustainable costs as well. It calls upon the researchers to make use of the current digital and network technologies. The issues discussed include factors affecting the scholarly communication systems, alternatives for scholarly communication, intellectual property, alternative forms of publishing and economics of publishing. This site hosted by the UC Office of Scholarly Communication, The Regents of the University of California.


  • Resources for learning

    This site contains online science content, resources and professional development information for educators, and more.The Franklin Institute Resources for Science Learning website, www.fi.edu/learn, is an effort of the Educational Technology Programs team. The team is part of The Franklin Institute's Center for Innovation in Science Learning (CISL).


  • RF avenue - RF and microwave resources directory

    The website has a comprehensive collection of RF & microwave resources for wireless communication engineers. It includes tutorials, theory, design aids, circuit diagrams, products, and more. The topics covered are filters, amplifiers, antennas, oscillators, modulation, digital communications theory, information theory and much more.


  • RNIB good campaign for good web design

    An initiative to improve Web site design.


  • Robobrail

    RoboBraille automates the translation of text documents into Braille and speech. The service is available free of charge to all non-commercial users.


  • Robobraile

    RoboBraille automates the translation of text documents into Braille and speech. The service is available free of charge to all non-commercial users.


  • Robot hall of Fame

    The Robot Hall of Fame recognizes excellence in robotics technology worldwide and honors the fictional and real robots that have inspired and made breakthrough accomplishments in robotics. The Robot Hall of Fame was created by Carnegie Mellon University in April 2003 to call attention to the increasing contributions from robots to human society.


  • Robotics Education Project, Robotics alliance Project [NASA]

    "to inspire students, create learning opportunities, and enlighten inquistive minds"


  • Robotics Research at Johns Hopkins University

    Our research group addresses design, analysis, simulation, and implementation of novel robotic devices. Research issues include: efficient formulation and representation of robotic manipulator kinematics and dynamics, real-time simulation of complex mechanical systems, design of novel surgical instrumentation, computer control of electro-mechanical devices, development of novel sensing algorithms and devices, particularly vision and haptics, design of "smart" electro-mechanical systems, geometrical issues in manufacturing, and analysis of "minimalist" robots for dedicated industrial tasks.


  • Robotics Resources From J.Fuller

    "Jim Fuller provides numerous suggestions for teachers working with robotics. He has developed a Robotics Kit for teachers and students who are looking for cheaper alternatives to the commercially available kits. Although he does not make these plans available through his website, you can email him to obtain it."


  • Robots and us

    A website created by the Science Museum of Minnesota with NSF's support, this interactive and multi-sensory educational teaching tool helps the people learn about the ways in which robots (and humans) move, think, and exist throughout the process of experiencing the world. Visitors, starting with virtual Low Life Labs, may move to one of the four main labs: Moving, Sensing, Thinking or Being. Each area provides a set of activities and a brief description of the concept and idea that each activity is actively exploring.


  • Rollup.org

    A rollup is an automated blog that aggregates (rolls up) a number of different sources. Using RSS feeds you can create your own rollup for any topic.


  • Russianspaceweb.com

    RussianSpaceWeb.com is an independent publication, not affiliated with any government or private institution.


  • safari book online

    A new website from one of the leading on-demand reference and learning platforms


  • Safety software directory

    A searchable, on-line directory of software, web applications, and electronic resources for occupational health and safety. Each listing contains a brief description of each product and direct links to the developer's web site for additional company and product information..


  • Sakai

    The Sakai Project is a community source software development effort to design, build and deploy a new Collaboration and Learning Environment (CLE) for higher education. The Project began in January, 2004.


  • San Diego Supercomputer Center at UCSD

    SDSC is a world leader in using, innovating and providing information technology to enable advances and new discovery in science and engineering. Focusing on data-oriented and computational science and engineering applications, SDSC serves as an international resource for data cyberinfrastructure through the provision of software, hardware and human resources in multi-disciplinary science and engineering, and serves as a leadership national cyberinfrastructure Center to the National Science Foundation (NSF) and broader community.


  • Sandbag

    Real action on climate change.


  • SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System

    SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) is a Digital Library portal for researchers in Astronomy and Physics, operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) under a NASA grant. The ADS maintains three bibliographic databases containing more than 7.5 million records: Astronomy and Astrophysics, Physics, and arXiv e-prints. The main body of data in the ADS consists of bibliographic records, which are searchable through highly customizable query forms, and full-text scans of much of the astronomical literature which can be browsed or searched via our full-text search interface. Integrated in its databases, the ADS provides access and pointers to a wealth of external resources, including electronic articles, data catalogs and archives. "We currently have links to over 8.2 million records maintained by our collaborators."


  • SAP Labs India, Bangalore

    SAP's second largest research and development center and strategic hub for services and support in the Asian region. Since its inception in 1998, SAP Labs India established itself across SAP's full value chain very quickly. Set to contribute over 20% to global R&D and services and support by the end of 2006, over 3000 employees of SAP in India are engaged in collaborative software engineering that facilitates the delivery of innovative business solutions across Research & Breakthrough Innovation, Product and Technology Development, Production, Global Services & Support, Sales Support, and Customer Solutions & Operations.


  • Satellite Observing Systems (SOS)

    Satellite Observing Systems (SOS) offers unrivalled expertise in all aspects of satellite remote sensing of the marine environment. The company serves public and private sector organisations by providing: Consultancy on the applications and exploitation of marine remote sensing; High quality marine statistics and climatology; Real-time sea-state monitoring from space delivered to ships at sea; Training programmes world-wide.


  • Satnav Technologies

    SatNav is introducing voice prompts related to directions in eight Indian languages, this could be one of the major factors for mass market expansion of the GPS Navigation space, which is fast growing in India. Also it has made another major technology enhancement in maps; they are available in HLG (High Level Graph) which offeres a host of benefits to users


  • Satyam Computer Services Limited

    They leverage deep industry and functional expertise, leading technology practices, and an advanced, global delivery model to help clients transform their highest-value business processes and improve their business performance.


  • Scholaepedia

    A free peer reviewed encyclopedia written by scholars from all around the world.


  • Scholar Universe

    Scholar Universe is the web's fastest growing collection of accurate, regularly updated, and richly linked profile content covering faculty members, published authors, professional researchers and their organizational affiliations. Content within Scholar Universe is made available directly to our Scholar members and to publishers, professional associations, and universities through content licensing and customized search and expertise management offerings.


  • Scholarpedia

    The free peer reviewed encyclopedia written by scholars from all around the world..


  • Schreyer Institute for teaching Excellence : Tools for teaching and learning (pdf)

    Colleges and universities around the world have embarked on a new era of assisting teachers with their classroom manner and organization. The Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence at Pennsylvania State University has created this site to give educators access to a wide range of excellent teaching and learning tools. The materials and resources here are divided into the following sections: "Course Design and Planning", "Teaching and Assessment Strategies", "Tools for Course Evaluation", "Tools for University Assessment", and "Scholarship of Teaching and Learning". Within these sections, users can read and download specific activities geared towards syllabus improvement, writing effective and meaningful tests, and incorporating problem-based activities into the classroom. Overall, the site is well designed and it is one that educators and the like will want to pass along to their colleagues across campus.


  • SciELO: Scientific Electronic Library Online

    The Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO) is an electronic library covering a selected collection of several dozen Brazilian scientific journals. The library is an integral part of a project being developed by FAPESP - Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa does Estado de São Paulo, in partnership with BIREME - the Latin American and Caribbean Center on Health Sciences Information. The objective of the site is to implement an electronic virtual library, providing full access to a collection of serial titles, a collection of issues from individual serial titles, as well as to the full text of articles. The access to both serial titles and articles is available via indexes and search forms. Several dozen journals are included.


  • Science .gov

    A new version has just been launched. Science.gov is a free, integrated single-search gateway to reliable science and technology information from 17 organizations within 13 federal science agencies.


  • Science and Engineering Indicators (SEI) [By National Science Foundation, USA]

    "Science and Engineering Indicators (SEI) is first and foremost, a volume of record comprising the major high quality quantitative data on the U.S. and international science and engineering enterprise. SEI is factual and policy-neutral. It does not offer policy options and it does not make policy recommendations. SEI employs a variety of presentational styles?tables, figures, narrative text, bulleted text, web-based links, highlights, introductions, conclusions, reference lists? to make the data accessible to readers with different information needs and different information processing preferences". SEI is prepared by the National Science Foundation's Division of Science Resources Statistics (SRS) on behalf of the National Science Board.


  • Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge 2009

    "Science and the National Science Foundation are pleased to announce the winners of the fourth annual Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge. The links on this page will take you to articles describing the accomplishments of the creative and gifted scientists, artists, and others who put the winning entries together, as well as an online slide presentation that showcases the competition's winners and honorable mentions. All material is freely available for all site visitors."


  • Science and technology Facilities council

    Formed by Royal Charter in 2007 (by combining CCLRC and PPARC), the Science and Technology Facilities Council is one of Europe's largest multidisciplinary research organisations supporting scientists and engineers world-wide. The Council operates world-class, large scale research facilities and provides strategic advice to the UK government on their development. It also manages international research projects in support of a broad cross-section of the UK research community. The Council also directs, coordinates and funds research, education and training.


  • Science and technology librarianship

    The Winter 2004 issue of Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship is now available.


  • Science and Technology Resources for your PDA

    "This page is intended to act as a starting point for those using PDAs in science and technology. "


  • Science and technology sources on the internet

    Free bibliographic databases available on the web. Carl UnCover, ERIC, Agricola, and all of the flavors of Medline are the ones that first come to mind. Many of our libraries are open to community users and if you've ever been the one to break the bad news. UnCover has almost nine million article citations from 18,000 journals in all sorts of subjects.


  • Science and Visualization Challenge

    Pictures and Graphics enrich the research communications by illustratiting several ideas and concepts even in cases where the words fail. It is a necessity for proper understanding of a concept. With the popularisation of TV and the Internet, as well as availability of animation tools, there is an increasing tilt towards the graphics-oriented culture. To highlight the usage of graphics and also to encourage its usage, the National Science Foundation (NSF), USA and the Science, conduct Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge. Winners will be selected in each of these five categories: photographs, illustrations, informational graphics, interactive media and non-interactive media. The winners will be published in a special section of the September 22, 2009 issue of the journal Science and Science Online and on the NSF website. Entries for 2009 are being solicited now and NSF invites all researchers and science communicators to participate in this unique and inspiring competition. Other details regarding the contest are available at the website.


  • Science blogs

    ScienceBlogs is the web's largest conversation about science. It features blogs from a wide array of scientific disciplines, with new voices coming on board regularly. It is a global, digital science salon.


  • Science conferences - A distributed portal to select science and technology conference proceedings

    Designed by Office of Scientific and Technical Information(OSTI) of U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), the Science conferences portal provides access to conference papers and proceedings in various fields of science and technology. Coverage emphasis is on US conferences hosted and/or published by scientific and professional organizations whose areas of focus relate substantially to the Department of Energy's mission. Collections of about 16 such organizations are currently searchable. Some organisations included here are American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG), American Chemical Society (ACS), American Institute of Physics (AIP), American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The portal provides a platform to search for conference papers and proceedings on multiple web sites and databases simultaneously with a single query. It has both simple and advanced search interfaces. The search results displayed includes the bibliographic details, abstracts, links to fulltext or information about how to obtain the fulltext article, as the case may be. Information about the searchable collections of each participating organisation and help for searching are also included.


  • Science direct 25 Articles

    The Top 25 is a free service which provides lists of most read articles - counted by article downloads on ScienceDirect.


  • Science Engine land

    Search Engine Land is a must read hub for news and information about search engine marketing, optimization and how search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Microsoft Live.com and Ask.com work for searchers


  • Science learning centre

    Science Learning Centres are a national network for professional development in science teaching. The Centres support teachers in enhancing their professional skills by learning more about contemporary scientific ideas and in experimenting with effective teaching approaches and gaining experience of modern scientific techniques.


  • Science Lobby.Com

    Science is a collection of links 1000’s Electronic Circuits, schematics, Online Electronic Tutorials to find quick solution for electronic design problems. New circuits and/or links are added regularly as a resource for electronic beginners, hobbyists, engineers, inventors and consultants. Let us know what is missing or if you have a circuit to include in our collection. It is covering a wide range of categories in electronics like audio, music, amplifiers, home/garden related, computer hardware, radio, fax & games circuits, robotics etc to name a few. There are also 1000's links to other sites that offer hobby electronic kits and other electronics hobby related stuff. Use the menu on top to browse different circuit categories, links and tutorials. You can view the entire electronic circuit schematics.


  • Science Museum

    The Science Museum was founded in 1857 with objects shown at the Great Exhibition held in the Crystal Palace. Today the Museum is world renowned for its historic collections, awe-inspiring galleries and inspirational exhibitions.


  • Science News

    Science News is an award-winning weekly newsmagazine covering the most important research in all fields of science. Its 16 pages are packed with short, accurate articles that appeal to both general readers and scientists. Published since 1922, the magazine now reaches about 150,000 subscribers and more than 1 million readers.


  • Science publication

    Science Publications operates as an independent science and technology publisher with a global reputation for quality products and services. Our internationally recognized publishing programme covers a wide range of scientific disciplines..


  • Science stage

    ScienceStage.com is an online portal for the advanced teaching of science and scientific research. They provide a virtual conference room, lecture hall, laboratory, library, and a meeting venue for the presentation and transfer of scientific knowledge. The site enables scientists, lecturers, academics, students, and practitioners of all types to present and share scientific knowledge through the use of streaming audio and video, text documents and classic community functions such as chat, email, and blogs.


  • Science Whatzit

    Science Whatzit is an online science learning project of the Oregon Museum of Science & Industry, in collaboration with the Science Learning Network.


  • Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics Network: SETNET

    The Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics Network (SETNET) is a UK-wide charity that promotes Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) awareness, especially among young people.


  • ScienceDaily

    ScienceDaily is one of the most popular science news sites on the web and covers breaking scientific news and the latest scientific discoveries. You can access over 65,000 research articles, 15,000 images, 2,500 encyclopedia entries, 1,500 book reviews, and hundreds of education videos for free, without subscription fees. The breaking news and feature articles, covering discoveries in almost every science topic from astrophysics to zoology, are updated several times a day, seven days a week. The world's leading universities and research organizations use ScienceDailyto spread their scientists' findings to a wider audience, and showcase the top science news stories.


  • ScienceHack

    ScienceHack is a video search engine for science videos. Every video is screened and approved based on accuracy and quality by our scientists.


  • Scientific computing work

    Scientific Computing World is the home of scientific computing, and the magazine is read six times a year by more than 80,000 scientists, researchers and engineers who rely on scientific computing in their daily work.


  • Scientific and technical acronym, symbol And Abbrivation

    This online edition of Scientific and Technical Acronyms, Symbols and Abbreviations is pulished as a adjunct to content presented in Wiley InterScience. It is very nice of Wiley to make this service freely available.


  • Scilink

    SciLink is an online community with the goal of helping you to discover scientists, authors, and relationships.


  • SCImago Journal and country Rank

    The SCImago Journal & Country Rank is a portal that includes the journals and country scientific indicators developed from the information contained in the Scopus? database (Elsevier B.V.). These indicators can be used to assess and analyze scientific domains.


  • Scitation

    Searches more than one million documents from scholarly journals, magazines, conference proceedings, and other special publications from prestigious scientific societies and technical publishers. In addition, through Scitation, members of Heriot-Watt University can access the full text of several journals published by the American Institute of Physics and other learned societies, including the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and the Optical Society of America.


  • Scitechdaily

    "Here's the best intelligent, informed science and technology coverage and analysis you can find on a daily basis, sourcing a huge range of great writers and excellent publications. If you'd like to find out more about the fundamental issues of our times, check out what scientists, scholars and artists are debating about at Closer to Truth and its interactive HyperForum."


  • Scopus Topcited

    Get a quick overview of your subject-specific top 20 cited articles in the past 3, 4 or 5 years of publication. Also find them displayed on Google maps taking the first author?s affiliation as the point of reference.


  • Scots Guide to Electronics

    "This course is designed to help users learn about components, circuits, and the use of electronics. User can explore the contents in whatever order they wish.The emphasis is on providing information starting at the 'absolute beginners' level, but we hope eventually to provide material of use to anyone interested in electronics and its applications."


  • Scottish Engineering

    Scottish Engineering is the major support and lobbying organisation for the manufacturing engineering industry in Scotland. We have been in existence in one form or another since 1865, looking after the affairs of the manufacturing engineering industry.


  • Script Center

    Microsoft Script Center are dedicated to the system administrator scripters of the world whom they teach how to use Windows PowerShell to reduce time spent performing mundane tasks.


  • Search Engine Detective

    The Pandia Search Engine Detective is Pandia's resource section for search engine intelligence. Here we list the best search engine oriented sites and blogs on the Internet.


  • Search king

    SearchKing, Inc. is a privately owned company serving the searching community at large since 1997. From those early days Bob Massa, founder of SearchKing, recognized the limitations of traditional online search and realized human beings are best at determining relevance of a web site.


  • Search wikia

    Wikia is working to develop and popularize a freely licensed (open source) search engine. What you see here is our first alpha release."


  • SearchEngineZ

    SearchEngineZ is a resource site that helps serious searchers find quick results. Unlike similar web sites, Searchenginez empowers the user. It now receives 10,000 page views per day (roughly) & 2.95 million visits per year!


  • Searchwho.com

    Launched in May 2000, Searchwho.com is an Oracle based metacrawler search engine that simultaneously pulls top ranking search results from the webs most popular search engines. Presently, there are over 60 metacrawler agents available that provide users a number of search options including not just general Web searches but also more focused search results for other categories: Business & Finance, News, Health, Jobs, Computing, Sports, etc.


  • SEEL, the Systems Engineering Economics Laboratory

    SEEL, the Systems Engineering Economics Laboratory is an applied research and development (ARD) facility concerned with the identification of improved techniques for using state of the art technology.


  • Semantic Knowledge Technologies and Language Computation

    The vision of SEKT is to develop and exploit the knowledge technologies which underlie Next Generation Knowledge Management. The SEKT strategy is built around the synergy of complementary know-how in Ontology and Metadata Technology, Knowledge Discovery and Human Language Technology, along with major European ICT organisations. Specifically, SEKT will deliver software to: semi-automatically learn ontologies and extract metadata, and to maintain and evolve the ontologies and metadata over time; to provide knowledge access; besides middleware to effect integration of all the SEKT components.


  • Semefeb

    Semefab is a semiconductor manufacturing organization with a long and successful track record of developing and supplying silicon based semiconductor processing technologies and products to the open market.


  • Sementically-enabled Knowledge Technologies (SEKT)

    The vision of SEKT is to develop and exploit the knowledge technologies which underlie Next Generation Knowledge Management.


  • SIDBI Innovation and Incubation Centre IIT Kanpur

    IIT Kanpur has set up the SIDBI Innovation & Incubation Centre (SIIC) in collaboration with Small Industries development Bank of India (SIDBI) to foster innovation, research, and entrepreneurial activities in technology-based areas. SIIC provides a platform to Start-ups prospective entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs to convert their innovative ideas into commercially viable products.


  • sight and sound technology

    Sight & Sound Technology was formed in 1982. We are proud of our reputation as being the leading supplier of equipment to blind and visually impaired people within the United Kingdom. Our professional standing is built upon our reputation for being large enough to supply and support leading quality products but small enough to listen to what our customers want and to care how we meet their needs.


  • SigLab - Graphical Signal Calculator [A tool for analysis of signal processing simulation results]

    Specially designed for those working on signals, SigLab aims to allow the analysis of signal processing simulation results (telecommunication and others) or results of measures. It handles signals that have several million points by keeping the minimum necessary data in memory. One can load, save, generate signals and make varied operations on and between the signals. SigLab has been tested on Solaris and Linux and easy to adapt for Windows. SigLab is under General Public Licence and is a "sponsorware".


  • SIIA Anti -Piracy Division

    The Software & Information Industry Association's Anti-Piracy Division conducts a comprehensive, industry-wide campaign to fight software and content piracy. The pro-active campaign is premised on the notion that one must balance enforcement with education in order to be effective.


  • Silversprite

    Silversprite is a desk-based research and consultancy unit, specialising in the fields of education, ICT, and digital library development; the use of computer and video games in formal education.


  • simputer

    The Simputer is a low cost portable alternative to PCs, by which the benefits of IT can reach the common man. It has a special role in the third world because it ensures that illiteracy is no longer a barrier to handling a computer.


  • SimScience

    SimScience is a product of the National Science Foundation (NSF) project Integration of Information Age Networking and Parallel Supercomputer Simulations into University General Science and K-12 Curricula.


  • Singularity Institute for artificial intelligence

    With vast technological advancements and innovations, it is said that within a few decades, humanity will become capable of surpassing the existing upper limit on intelligence and will develop a potential of technologically creating smarter-than-human intelligence. "This event is called the Singularity by analogy with the singularity at the center of a black hole – just as our current model of physics breaks down when it attempts to describe the center of a black hole, our model of the future breaks down once the future contains smarter-than-human minds". The process, being a product of intelligence, creates snowball effects resulting in smarter and smarter minds. Such enhanced intelligence ensures better solving. The Singularity Institute is a non-profit organization with a mission to direct research into Singularity technologies design, development and implementation of the friendly artificial intelligence and responsible intelligence enhancement. It offers discussion forums, coordinates the related research efforts and publishes material on the Singularity.


  • Sir William Rowan Hamilton (1805-1865): Mathematical Papers

    This collection consists of the mathematical papers of Sir William Rowan Hamilton published during his lifetime, transcribed and edited by David R. Wilkins. With one exception, these papers are available here in an edition based on the original published text. (The exception is the paper Remarques de M. Hamilton, Directeur de l'Observatoire de Dublin, sur un M?moire de M. Plana ins?r? dans le Tome VII de la Correspondance Math.)


  • Sky View Cafe (SVC)

    Sky View Cafe (SVC) presents a number of different ways to view the movements of the sun, moon, stars and planets through the sky. It is a Java applet that displays on the web browser many types of astronomical information, in both graphical and numerical form, based on the specified time and place. The Sky View Cafe includes star charts, a 3-D orrery, displays of the moons of Jupiter and Saturn, an astronomical event calendar, an ephemeris generator, and many other features. The usage is free and the web version does not need any installations. Sample screenshots and help are available at the website.


  • Slate

    Slate is a daily magazine on the Web. Founded in 1996, we are a general-interest publication offering analysis and commentary about politics, news, business, technology, and culture. Slate's strong editorial voice and witty take on current events have been recognized with numerous awards, including the National Magazine Award for General Excellence Online. The site, which is owned by Graham Holdings Company, does not charge for access and is supported by advertising revenues.


  • SmartLogik

    Smartlogic is about Findability. Through professional services, methodologies and Semaphore, our semantic middleware product, Smartlogic delivers projects where critical information needs to be found. Since 2002, the Smartlogic team has delivered over 200 successful and referenceable information management projects.


  • Smashing magazine

    Smashing Magazine is a weblog dedicated to web-developers and designers


  • Smithsonian.com

    Smithsonian.com place a Smithsonian lens on the world, looking at the topics and subject matters researched, studied and exhibited by the Smithsonian Institution -- science, history, art, popular culture and innovation -- and chronicling them every day for our diverse readership.


  • Snap (Cool search engine)

    Selected by the Time magazine as a must-click website for its annual survey of the 50 Coolest Website of 2009, www.snap.com, is a search engine with a difference. The site provides users with an entirely new and more efficient way to view and interact with search results. Firstly, the site presents the search results in two columns- the left side lists a familiar text summary of each site and the right side displays the actual web page corresponding to each entry. The user can simply scroll through the list using the up and down arrow keys- much like surfing the channels of a television- to immediately see each search result. Users can then directly interact with the sites returned in the search result list without ever needing to leave the search engine. Secondly, this new search facility records and analyses past searches to help determine relevancy, favouring sites where surfers visited most frequently and lingered the longest. The moment a user types the first letter in the search box, a drop down menu appears instantly, offering popular search terms, synonyms, and other suggestions which enhance and speed up the search remains an important activity on the web, there will be scope for innovative newcomers


  • Sneakcast video search engine

    SneakCast is built around its core video search engine technology and social networking arena. It has the simplest mission i.e. to aggregate every single video content present on the internet and make it searchable. This is slowly being turned into reality with the ever increasing indexed video content database from the providers.


  • Social and Information Sciences Laboratory at CalTech

    The Social and Information Sciences Laboratory - SISL - studies how markets and other social systems aggregate large amounts of information that is widely distributed. Researchers in SISL are also working to design new and improved markets, network protocols, sensor systems, and political processes. One of the novel aspects of SISL research concerns understanding how humans interact with technology and what that implies about the design of the technology. Since such systems involve both human behavior and technology, SISL brings together researchers from the social sciences, engineering, and applied and computational mathematics.


  • Social capital Gateway

    Social capital is generally referred to as the set of trust, institutions, social norms, social networks, and organizations that shape the interactions of actors within a society and are an asset for the individual and collective production of well-being. At the macro level, social capital can affect the economic performance and the processes of economic growth and development. These webpages contain useful resources for researchers, teachers, students, and practitioners interested in social interactions and social capital, in their role in the well-being of communities, and in their relationship with human, social and economic development.


  • Society for Innovation and Entrepreneurship [SINE]

    SINE, Society for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, hosted by Indian Institute of Technology Bombay- IIT Bombay umbrella for promotion of entrepreneurship at IIT Bombay. SINE administers a business incubator which provides support for technology based entrepreneurship. Thus, SINE extends the role of IIT Bombay by facilitating the conversion of research activity into entrepreneurial ventures.


  • Society nanoscience and nano technology

    The Society of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (SNN) is a worldwide organisation set up to serve the needs of the "nano" community. SNN is designed to provide an effective and stimulating platform for world people to foster, develop and promote communication, education, networking, dissemination of knowledge, research and innovations in aspects of nanoscience and nanotechnology.


  • SociologyOnline

    Developed by Tony Fitzgerald, this site functions as a clearinghouse for different materials on the various primary areas and subfields of the discipline of sociology. While not every subfield is covered in great depth, the site definitely provides a broad-stroke introduction to the general practice of sociology. The two reference sections, titled SocioNews and SocioQuote are worthy places to start looking around on this site. Socionews provides daily updates of news items relevant to various aspects of sociology. Recent items include pieces on Anthony Giddens, feminist ideology in the Islamic world, and the culture of government. The SocioQuote section provides a quote (updated every 15 seconds) from a noted sociologist or related person on a host of topics such as technology, feminist sociology, or cultural development. The site also contains some valuable portals, that organize news pieces and other relevant materials under the broad themes of globalization and Palestine, among others.


  • SocioSite

    Started in 1996, the SocioSite website is a project created by the social science faculty at the University of Amsterdam. During the past eleven years, the site has grown extensively, and it serves as a clearinghouse of important and relevant links to various disciplines within the social sciences. Contained within a simple template, visitors can look through sections dedicated to journals, libraries, news groups, search tools, institutions, associations, and weblogs. For each link, visitors can read a brief summary of its contents, and they may also wish to suggest links via the webform on the site. Visitors who have visited the site before may wish to go directly to the ?What?s New? section for the most recent updates. The site is rounded out by a ?Funny Stuff? section, which features sociological-related humor and wordplay.


  • Sol-Gel gateway

    Sol-Gel gateway is an interdisciplinary resource for chemists, physicists, materials scientists, device technologists and industrial engineers. It promotes the exchange of information among these researchers. The site provides news, tutorials and education materials, technology briefs, patents, free news alert on subscription, a reference desk with several reference resources, databases, technology roadmaps etc. It has a forum for posting the articles.


  • Sonim Technologies

    Sonim Technologies is the pioneering provier of the world's toughest GSM mobile phone, the xtreme performance 1, and instant VoIP push-to-talk communications suite designed for groups who work & play in outdoor challenging environments


  • Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

    The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) - home of science program selection, grant administration, planning, scheduling, and public outreach activities for the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). STScI provides data archive and distribution for all of NASA's optical/UV missions, including HST. STScI is also the science and operations center for the 6.5m James Webb Space Telescope (JWST). Details on these and other related topics can be found throughout the site.


  • Space.com

    Space.com is the premier source of space exploration, innovation and astronomy news, chronicling (and celebrating) humanity's ongoing expansion across the final frontier. They transport our visitors across the solar system and beyond through accessible, comprehensive coverage of the latest news and discoveries.


  • spam.abuse.net

    This site provide the best collection of anti-spam links and resources to be found anywhere on the Internet. Since they presented this site to the public in 1996, they have been pleased to be referenced as one of the best anti-spam sites on the net. Help fight spam to keep the Internet useful for everyone. Take advantage of the information they have gathered to make your own experience on the Internet better.


  • Speech and audio processing

    The aim of ?Speech and Audio Processing? (SAP) is to bring together researchers and engineers working on the theory and applications of speech and audio processing. SAP will be an interdisciplinary journal for the dissemination of all basic and applied aspects of speech communication and audio processes.


  • Spires High Energy Physics Database

    This project stores bibliographic information about the literature of the field of High Energy Physics and is an example of academic databases and search engines. It is accessible at SPIRES High Energy Physics database.


  • Squeak Programming System

    Squeak is a programming system that is offered under an open source license, which makes it free to download. The website describes Squeak as "an open, highly-portable Smalltalk-80 implementation whose virtual machine is written entirely in Smalltalk, making it easy to debug, analyze, and change." The programming system can be used to create images, graphics, sound, games and websites. For example, the drawing function includes the ability to scale and rotate bitmap images at any color depth, anti-aliased TrueType fonts and vector graphics. The Documentation section includes several tutorials, bulletin board forums, and other online resources such as articles and books. In addition, a related SqueakLand.org website provides newly redesigned educational projects for students, parents, and teachers.


  • SRD - Society for Responsible Design

    This is the site of the Society for Responsible Design. The society provides information on applying socially responsible design principles in the areas of design and the built environment, graphic design, textile design and interior design. They have a useful list of links on responsible design and design for environment.


  • SRISTI

    Society for research and initiatives for sustainable technologies and institution [SRISTI], The main objective of the project is to build and enhance an ICT-enabled virtual incubator model for scaling up grassroots innovations. The project aims to link grassroots innovators with investment and enterprise opportunities.


  • St. Louis Science Centre

    St. Louis Science Centre is a museum that is experimenting with new and more interactive ways of displaying their exhibits. Their first online gallery is 'Ecology and Environment Past'. This gallery enables the user to explore 300 pages of photographs, animation, videos, drawings and text. 'Ecology and Environment Past' includes Dinosaur animations, a robotic T-Rex, Mississippian and Pennsylvanian dioramas and a Triceratops excavation. There is also an exhibition on the St. Louis area that explains how the region has changed through geological time, which creatures have lived there in the past, and what its current earthquake and tornado risks are. 'Science Adventures' is another popular part of the site. St. Louis Science Centre describe their science adventures as "pre-visit treasure maps that lead your class to the excitement of learning". Titles include: 'Struggle in the Steamy Swamp', 'The Talking Rock', 'Marooned on the Moon', and 'Alien Report'.


  • Stanford: MediaX

    Media X is a network of interdisciplinary researchers, faculty and students at Stanford University who study and design interactive technology. Media X "influences the next generation of interactive technology relevant to commerce, learning and entertainment." Their work focuses on challenges related to people and technology, such as ease of use, natural forms of input and output, social and emotional responses, enhancement of learning, and interaction strategies in business. Numerous research projects are listed with links to additional information on each project, some with their own website. Other features of the website include a listing of upcoming and past events hosted by MediaX and a list of the researchers and industry, foundation, and government partners and their websites.


  • Stardust@Home - An interactive internet search for interstellar dust in the stardust aerogel collector

    Stardust@home is a space science project for locating interstellar dust grains. These are particles from distant stars that are now floating freely in space. They are extremely small, the largest being only a few microns in diameter, and are therefore very difficult to detect. In the past decade, spacecraft traveling beyond the orbit of Mars discovered that a steady stream of such particles is continually moving through our solar system as the solar system itself travels through the Milky Way galaxy.


  • Start web based Question answering System at MIT

    START, the world's first Web-based question answering system, has been on-line and continuously operating since December, 1993. It has been developed by Boris Katz and his associates of the InfoLab Group at the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. Unlike information retrieval systems (e.g., search engines), START aims to supply users with "just the right information," instead of merely providing a list of hits. Currently, the system can answer millions of English questions about places (e.g., cities, countries, lakes, coordinates, weather, maps, demographics, political and economic systems), movies (e.g., titles, actors, directors), people (e.g., birth dates, biographies), dictionary definitions, and much, much more.


  • Stilo

    Stilo is a global provider of content engineering technologies and expertise, enabling the world's largest organisations to publish and share complex information.


  • Strangescience

    Ever wonder how people figured out there used to be such things as dinosaurs? Curious about how scientists learned to reconstruct fossil skeletons? The knowledge we take for granted today was slow in coming, and along the way, scientists and scholars had some weird ideas. This Web site shows some of their mistakes, provides a timeline of events, gives biographies of a few of the people who have gotten us where we are today, and lists resources you can use to learn more.


  • Student research.info

    This site is designed to educate you about the latest happenings in all areas of Student Research resources and sources occurring on the Internet. This is another Subject Tracer(tm) Blog developed by the Virtual Private Library(tm)


  • Studentresearcher.com

    studentresearcher.com, part of SJRCGROUP, a new-media company, produces creative solutions for a digital world. In this rapidly changing world of converging technologies we genuinely believe that original thinking coupled with exceptional knowledge and experience allows us to provide you with a definitive map of this complex environment, we help guide you through it. Our mission is to help you maximise available technology for all your online needs. We achieve this by providing you with expertise and advice which is defining, incisive and challenging. We have three years' experience helping both students and companies wanting to maximise online gain.


  • Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS)

    Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) is a 501(c)3 non-profit that empowers young people to participate and make an impact in space exploration. SEDS helps students develop their technical and leadership skills by providing opportunities to manage and participate in national projects as well as to attend conferences, publish their work, and develop their professional network, in order to help students become more effective in their present and future careers in industry, academia, government, and education.


  • Study science Engineering & Technology worldwide

    People seek science, engineering and technology courses for many reasons. Some have specific goals: they wish to cure diseases or combat hunger or reduce pollution; or they dream of developing the next laser, transistor, or vehicle for space travel; or they imagine building companies that capitalize on new engineering capabilities. Some choose careers in science or engineering because they are curious about the natural world. Others are motivated by the excitement and beauty of the intellectual world.


  • Study skills online - An electronic guide to some of the best ways to study

    Attending lectures, reading, performing experiments in the laboratory, preparing for the examinations are some basic activities that the students are always engaged in. It is important that the students put their best efforts in these. Equally important aspect to consider is how the students perform these activities and how they can improve their performances. This website helps the students to acquire the necessary skills for better academic performance. It offers tips and methods for various issues such as time management, lectures, reading, experiments, presentations, revision, examinations, getting a job and postgraduate research. Although the contents are primarily intended for university students at USA and UK, the students elsewhere also would find this website useful.


  • Study spy.com

    StudySpy.com is a free, community based website dedicated to the categorization of free educational content in the form of course notes, lecture slides, books, websites, music, and other materials available through the Internet.


  • studybookshop.com

    studybookshop.com is an online textbook exchange that provides students and graduates with an easy way to buy and sell secondhand student books.


  • Substech

    SubsTech is a free and open knowledge source in Materials Engineering. It contains a wide range of illustrated articles on metals, ceramics, polymers, composites and lubricants including their properties, applications and technologies for their manufacture.


  • Symmetry magazine

    symmetry is a magazine about particle physics and its connections to other aspects of life and science, from interdisciplinary collaborations to policy to culture. It is published 10 times per year by Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, both national laboratories funded by the Office of Science of the US Department of Energy.


  • Sysinternals freeware

    The Sysinternals website provides technical information related to Windows NT/2000/XP/2K3 and Windows 9x, Windows Me. The contents are organised as Utilities, Source code and Information, The Utilities section contains several utilities for file and disk, security, networking, process and threads, and system information. The information section contains Windows internals tips and technical information. Source code privides programs and tools. It also offers a newsletter.


  • T-2 Nuclear Information Service

    T-2 Nuclear Information Service. This service is run by Group T-16 (Nuclear Physics) of the Theoretical Division of the Los Alamos National Laboratory, which is operated by the University of California for the US Department of Energy. Group T-16 combines the old Groups T-2 and T-5, but we are keeping the name "T-2" on these pages for historical reasons. This section of the T-16 web site concentrates on nuclear modeling, nuclear data, cross sections, nuclear masses, ENDF, NJOY data processing, nuclear astrophysics, radioactivity, radiation shielding, data for medical radiotherapy, data for high-energy accelerator applications, data and codes for fission and fusion systems, and more.


  • TCS Innovation Labs

    The TCS Innovation Labs provide a unique experience centre where new domain solutions can be developed, incubated and piloted using the latest technologies in a cost-effective environment before enterprise-wide deployment. They give TCS customers 'on-demand' access to innovation and creativity with a team comprising of domain experts, business process analysts, technology specialists and a R&D team.


  • Teacher TryScience

    Teachers TryScience is a web site for teachers. This site provides free and engaging lessons, along with teaching strategies and resources, which are designed to spark students' interest in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). What's more, the site features collaboration tools to enable teachers to discuss and share effective instructional practices.


  • Teaching Engineering [pdf]

    Purdue University has one of the strongest schools of engineering in the United States, and they remain committed to providing new and interesting materials about the art and science of teaching engineering to their students. Professors Phillip C. Wankat and Frank S. Oreovicz recently created this very helpful textbook to aid engineering educators in the classroom, and it is exciting to see that it is available online here for free. Visitors can download the entire book, or they can just browse around through some of the seventeen chapters. These chapters include "Problem Solving and Creativity", "Lectures", and "Learning Theories". Additionally, there are several helpful appendices, such as "Obtaining an Academic Position" and "Sample Teaching Course Outline". Overall, it's an exemplary resource, and one that will be most useful to engineering educators. These materials can be used in a variety of engineering courses, including those that deal with chemical and mechanical engineering.


  • Tech tips for the basic computer user

    Lots of useful tips.


  • Tech2

    Tech2.com a venture of Network18. Tech2 reviews new gadgets like tablets, mobile , tv, home theaters, laptops and gaming devices. It also feature the videos, photos and podcasts about latest technology. You can also compare Websites and new gadgets at this Site and also you can play contests, watch videos and must go to it's how to Tab it teaches some awesome things.


  • Techcrunch

    Techcrunch.com a website that provides information related to new technology and new gadgets. It is a leading technology media in the world. This website review new internet portals, websites and products. It also provides latest technology news.


  • Techeworld

    Techworld has been set up with one aim in mind; that of making the network manager's job easier. Unlike many IT sites, Techworld has been written by people with experience of running networks - people who are only too aware of the technical problems that are thrown up in the course of the working day.


  • Techfest

    Anybody can hold the helm when the sea is calm but at this Techfest, you will witness a sea full of competitions, which polishes and brings out knowledge, skills and determination within you. Fierce battles await you at Techfest which need sheer creativity and passion, ranging from pure circuitry and robotics to simple mechanical challenges and basic sciences which will tickle your grey cells to think of the whackiest of ideas.


  • Tech-ICT.com

    This site is dedicated to teaching ICT at all levels. Students will find revision notes to learn your ICT subject along with plenty of quizzes, competitions, polls to keep things interesting. Teachers will find starters and plenaries along with Schemes of Work ( SoW) , lesson ideas and tons of free material. Revision resources for every level are available.


  • Techknow

    This wiki is a knowledge repository of engineering learning and reference support content. Anyone may add, edit or delete content.


  • Techmeme

    The web's technology news site of record, Techmeme spotlights the hottest tech stories from all around the web on a single page.


  • Technical compendium by Wildpackets

    "From wired to wireless, from wide area to gigabit, from core to edge - WildPackets lives, breathes, and sleeps networking. With those types of people all working together comes an incredible body of knowledge". Compiled by the network gurus, the Technical compendium is a collection of essays and papers on technical issues of interest to networking professionals. It is a reference tool and an information source for networking professionals to enhance their knowledge of networking technology in general. The topics covered include: Ethernet, fast Ethernet, gigabit Ethernet and fibre channel technology, token ring, Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI), Logical Link Control (LLC), interconnect devices, TCP/IP Protocol family, RS-232 and modem connectivity, IEEE 802.4 / Manufacturing Automation Protocol (MAP), connection architectures, a general discussion on fiber optics, wireless LAN / 802.11, Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM). It also has reference materials about Ethertype values, RFCs, instructional design and courseware development. The site is best viewed with Internet Explorer.


  • Technology at harward law: RSS.2.0

    Information about RSS ("Really Simple Syndication"), a web content syndication format.


  • Technology Innovation Management Entrepreneurship Information Services [TIME]

    A Joint Project of NSTEDB, Department of Science and Technology, Government of India and Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI). It aims at assisting techno-preneurs to find technologies, projects, funding options and information about policy environment, incentive schemes and industrial infrastructure available in the country covering both the central and state governments.


  • Technology Review: Supercomputers and Hurricane Prediction

    This article, from Technology Review, discusses the ways supercomputers are employed in the prediction of a hurricane's likely course and strength. The supercomputers are capable of resolving "complex mathematical equations that describe the atmosphere's behavior across the globe, hundreds of microprocessors perform billions of calculations each second on observations collected by sensors dropped by aircraft and other monitors." However, the article also notes that these predictions are still imperfect. The author concludes with a discussion of some reasons why the predictions are particularly challenging and reviews the National Atmospheric and Oceanographic Administration's plans for "a new higher resolution model that better addresses the interaction of the sea, land and atmosphere.


  • Technorati

    Technorati.com used to helping the bloggers and tech website owners to get succeed by collecting , researching and distributing in the global online conversation. It also feature news content related to cloud technology , operating systems like android, apple ios, and gadgets.


  • Technovelgy

    The creative ideas and inventions of science fiction writers.


  • TechOnLine - Educational resources for electronics engineers

    TechOnline develops and delivers online educational resources to the engineering community. It provides an interface for the electronics manufacturers reach and educate their employees, distributors and customers online. The website content includes electronics engineering information, resources, training materials, courses, virtual labs, live webcasts, featured articles, technical papers, forums and technical products. The access to TechOnLine contents is free and open to all and requires registration.


  • Techradar

    This website gain your knowledge about technology. It has many trending topics like new released tablets, mobiles and laptops. This website is also rate the mobiles and tablets. You can also check the technology that are added to your cars at this site. It also feature the news for android operating system.


  • TechRepublic's White Paper Directory

    "TechRepublic's White Paper Directory is the Web's largest library of technical IT white papers, webcasts, and case studies. Covering IT categories including Data Management, IT Management, Networking, Communications, Enterprise Applications, Storage, Security and much more, TechRepublic's White Paper Directory is the best source for technical white papers and IT information."


  • TECHtionary

    TECHtionary is a free technical glossary.


  • Techtrend

    TecTrends Reporter provides you with highlights of current and emerging technologies trends, their impact, and identification of the companies shaping industry both today and tomorrow. Some free samples are available.


  • TechWeb Encyclopedia

    TechWeb Network is an online resource for IT professionals providing "contextual access to the resources of CMP's network of industry-leading technology publications." The site offers this handy encyclopedia of technology terms where visitors can search a database of over 20,000 IT terms. Results are given as short definitions with links to related terms, along with links to definitions of other terms that are similar to the original term requested. For fun, visitors will also find a featured "random definition" and can browse the top 10 requested definitions.


  • Techxtra

    TechXtra is a suite of ten freely available services which simplify access to a multitude of different types of technology information from a host of different sources. TechXtra facilitates immediate access to the freely available full-text content of hundreds of thousands of eprints, technical reports, theses, articles, news items, job announcements and more. In cases where the full-text is not freely available, TechXtra provides links to venders for pay-per-view options.


  • Techxtra patent & standard search

    The free TechXtra Patents and Standards search is provided in association with GlobalSpec.


  • TECHzingo

    TECHzingo is constantly watching Slashdot.org, Digg.com, TheRegister.co.uk for new stories, extracts related "tags" and displays them in a cloud. The cloud below shows the current popular news tags. The bigger the tag, the more stories are about its topic. In one glimpse you can see what the news is about, watch the cloud change as real world events unfold and are then forgotten.


  • TEEM-Advice and guidance that teachers trust

    The TEEM website enables teachers to get a definite insight into the software on offer, greatly helping them to choose suitable titles to use up their eLC quotas.


  • Telearn

    TeLearn is the first international Open Archive in Technology Enhanced Learning. Submitting your research publications or videos to Kaleidoscope TeLearn guarantees best possible exposure. Your work will be found, read and used by more researchers and you will be making a valuable contribution to Kaleidoscope's mission - to shape the scientific evolution of technology enhanced learning..


  • telecom space

    This website contains Information, Tutorials, Whitepapers, News, Latest trends in telecommunications, wireless, mobile, cellular, technologies: GSM, CDMA, SS7, 3G, UMTS, Applications, wireless networks, MVNO, VoIP, SIP, H.323, MGCP, Bluetooth, GPRS, WAP, EDGE, Mobile TV.


  • Telegraph : Worldwar 2 Articles

    The seventieth anniversary of the beginning of World War II is being commemorated across the world this year, and a number of media organizations are drawing on their own historic archives to offer a bit of perspective on that moment in world history. The Telegraph is one such organization, and they have created this fine collection of essays, video clips, photo galleries, and original articles from the fall of 1939. In the "As It Happened" area, visitors can view the original articles from the Telegraph and offer their own comments on these events.


  • Telephone prefrence service:TPS

    The Telephone Preference Service (TPS) helps you to make sure your telephone number is no longer available to organisations, including charities and voluntary organisations who may telephone you with offers and information you do not wish to receive


  • Telephony world

    TelephonyWorld is one of the web's foremost resources for buyers of business telephone systems. With content like Product Reviews, Crash Courses, Tool & Resources, Telephony Basics, News and Whitepapers, TelephonyWorld has authored or assembled an amazing selection helpful resources and content that appeals to telephony buyers ranging from first-timers to career telephony professionals.


  • TELEX: Thunderstorm Electrification and Lightning Experiment

    This website presents the research of the National Severe Storms Laboratory to determine how storm structure, updrafts, and precipitation affect lightning and other electrical storm properties. Users can discover how TELEX is employing the KOUN radar and the Oklahoma Lightning Mapping Array (LMA) with the addition of balloon soundings to measure the electric field profiles of storms. The website furnishes photos of the work and interesting video footage of a few of the launches. Overall, this website offers an inspiring example of the significant efforts to improving forecasts and severe weather warnings.


  • TEL-ME-MOR

    TEL-ME-MOR will increase the potential of the 10 national libraries from the New Member States, which are partners in the project, to promote involvement of 'knowledge society actors' in IST activities, by ensuring better access to essential European information resources.


  • TeNeT: The Telecommunication and Computer Networks Group

    TeNeT is a team of dedicated researchers working in the front line areas of Telecommunications and Computer Networking, at the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, India. The guiding team is drawn from the faculty at the departments of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering, while over a hundred researchers, engineers and other technical staff support it. Currently, the group works in areas such as Networking, Digital Systems Architecture and Fibre Optics. Soon, it plans to focus on emerging avenues like Network Management Systems and Integrated Voice/ Video Data Communications. Established a decade ago, with the objectives of developing economical solutions for the emerging era, pioneering academic research in this confluent field and nurturing a skilled manpower base in this vibrant branch, TeNeT collaborates with a number of like-minded R & D organisations, with many of whom it enjoys strategic alliances and tie-ups. In addition, the group also works with many small and medium-size industrial units.Thanks to such associations, TeNeT has successfully implemented many enterprising projects and introduced innovative products.In the years to come, the group hopes to grow into an R & D consortium, working closely with many companies in developing versatile, low-cost systems.Bringing about a revolution in the world of communication.


  • Tenlinks

    An extremely helpful site for professional technologists. Including engineers, architects, software engineers etc..


  • The 8052 Online Resource

    This web site is dedicated exclusively to the 8052 mirocontroller, related products (both hardware and software), and 8052 derivative chips. This includes the traditional 8052, 8051, 8032, and 8031 along with more modern derivatives such as the Atmel AT89S8252, and many derivatives by Silicon Laboratories, Philips, and many others. This site is divided into a number of sections, each of which can be selected by clicking on the corresponding label on the left-hand side of your screen. We have a tutorial section for the programmer or student that is just learning about the 8052 microcontroller. We have a reference section for the proficient developer who just needs to access some quick reference information. We also have an entire code library in which you may find the code you need to write already written and ready to use. We have links to other quality 8052 sites that may be able to supplement the information on this site.


  • The Basics of 3D/4D Ultrasound

    Created as part of General Electric?s Healthcare website, this online tutorial addresses the basics of 3- and 4-dimensional ultrasound. This resource is particularly useful for students who wish to become ultrasound or sonography technicians, and the tutorial is divided into ten separate sections. Dr. Nirvikar Dahiya wrote the tutorial, and users will learn about the basic principles of 3D sonography, and also have the opportunity to take a short quiz. Along the way, users will have important operating principles illustrated by figures, drawings, and examples of completed sonograms. Finally, the tutorial also contains a bibliography for future reference


  • The Chip History Centre

    The Chip History Center web site was developed by VLSI Research Inc to be the Semiconductor Industry’s History Channel on the Internet. It is VLSI’s intention, as an information focal point, to help strengthen the industry’s infrastructure by providing an archive of videos and reports that document the industry’s history and its development. Its coverage ranges from business to manufacturing aspects. There are four main sections: Videos, Legends, Equipment Landmarks, and Key Papers & Presentations.


  • The Computer Vision Homepage

    The Computer Vision Homepage, established at Carnegie Mellon University in 1994, serves as a central location for links to websites relating to computer vision research. The resources are divided into specific subpages, including Vision Groups, Hardware, Software, Demos, Test Images, Conferences, Publications, and General Info. A separate subpage also lists links to websites on related topics, such as Geographic Information Systems and Pattern Recognition. Recent additions to the website are listed in chronological order in the New Additions section. The Computer Vision Homepage is currently maintained by Daniel Huber on a volunteer basis and he invites others to contribute suggestions for websites to add to the list or to assist in updating the Homepage.


  • The data web

    TheDataWeb is a network of online data libraries that the DataFerrett application accesses the data through. Data topics include, census data, economic data, health data, income and unemployment data, population data, labor data, cancer data, crime and transportation data, family dynamics, vital statistics data.


  • The Disappearing Computer Initiative

    The Disappearing Computer is an initiative funded by the European Union (EU) as part of its focus on Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) within the Information Society Technologies (IST) research program. The mission of the Disappearing Computer initiative is "to see how information technology can be diffused into everyday objects and settings, and to see how this can lead to new ways of supporting and enhancing people's lives that go above and beyond what is possible with the computer today." The three main objectives of this initiative are based on a definition of "information artefacts" as "future forms of everyday objects that represent a merging of current everyday objects (tools, appliances, clothing, etc) with the capabilities of information processing and exchange (based on sensors, actuators, processors, mircosystems, etc)." The organization's goal is to create individual artifacts, understand how individual artifacts can work together and then design interactive systems. The research projects address issues such as pervasive computing in real work environments and finding ways to develop sound models that are based on the physics of sound-generating phenomena and can inform the design of artifacts that interact with humans. Each project has its own website where visitors will find detailed explanations and publications relating to it.


  • The Electronic Library of Mathematics

    The Electronic Library of Mathematics contains online journals, article collections, monographs, and other electronic resources in the field of mathematics. All material is in electronic form and access is generally free, except for some periodicals with a "moving wall", i.e., a certain delay period after which resources become freely available. The Electronic Library of Mathematics is supervised by the Electronic Publishing Committee of the European Mathematical Society (EPC-EMS). Some requirements have to be fulfilled for a journal or proceedings volume to be included in the Electronic Library. The Electronic Library of Mathematics is offered by the European Mathematical Society (EMS) in cooperation with FIZ Karlsruhe / Zentralblatt MATH.


  • The Encyclopedia of Earth

    The Encyclopedia of Earth is a very ambitious effort to provide high-quality information on a wide range of subjects related to the Earth, its natural environments and their interaction with society. The "About" section is a great place to start as visitors can learn about the mission, goals, and future direction of the Encyclopedia. From the homepage, visitors can read featured articles, learn about the contributors, as well as learn more about the content providers, such as the International Society for Ecological Economists. Visitors can then browse the Encyclopedia by article title, author, topic, content partner, or content source. For those who are geographically inclined, the "Where in the World?" feature lists article by location. Needless to say, this site is a great resource for anyone looking for excellent information on subjects ranging from acid rain to Vladimir Kosma Zworykin.


  • The Engineer of 2020: Visions of Engineering in the New Century and Communication Patterns of Engineers

    The Engineer of 2020: Visions of Engineering in the New Century, has been released by The National Academies Press. The book can be purchased, but also read online for free (as can >3,000 other NAS titles). The book is from the National Academy of Engineering of the National Academies.


  • The EServer Online Books Collection

    This is a collection of book-length monographs available online from the EServer. These written works are published free of charge, and are available to everyone. Our goal is to make book-length writings accessible to online readers and researchers. These collections are divided into three major groups: fiction, nonfiction and poetry. You can navigate to a specific author or genre using the folders on the left.


  • The global technology Outlook

    The Global Technology Outlook (GTO) is an annual study conducted by IBM Research that identifies significant technology trends. It looks for high impact disruptive technologies that will lead to game-changing products and services over a 3-10 year horizon. Technology thresholds identified in the GTO demonstrate their influence on clients, enterprises, and industries and have high potential to create new businesses.


  • The IDE Virtual Design Museum

    Many of the common objects in our everyday world (such as kitchen timers, telephones, and answering machines), seem to go unnoticed until someone wonders out loud: "I wonder who designed that?" Fortunately, the good people at the Delft University of Technology’s Faculty of Industrial Design have created this virtual design museum to answer that exact question, and to take visitors on a tour of some intriguing designs created by European and American designers over the past decades. Visitors are free to browse through the Famous Designers section which features the work of such icons as Raymond Loewy, Ferdinand Porsche, and Mario Bellini. Each entry includes a selection of images of some of the most celebrated designs, and in several cases a short biographical sketch is available. Visitors may also elect to look through the Famous Companies area, which brings together work by such companies as Bang & Olufsen, Braun, Grundig, and IBM. Those with only a few minutes will want to peruse such objects as Dieter Rams’ design for a table top cigarette lighter for the Braun Company in 1970 and Aldo Rossi’s 1995 coffee pot from the table service "il Faro."


  • The Institute For the Future: Predicting Future Trends in Technology

    The Institute for the Future is a non-profit research group "identifying emerging trends and discontinuities that will transform the global marketplace in five key areas: Consumers, Technology, Health and Health Care, and Workplace." Although the reports and member services are geared towards businesses seeking strategic planning advice, their reports on emerging trends are available online and may be of interest to anyone curious about the future directions of technology.


  • The Institute for the Study of Science, Technology and Innovation (ISSTI)

    The Institute for the Study of Science, Technology and Innovation (ISSTI), has been formed to bring together the interdisciplinary network of researchers working in these fields. The University of Edinburgh is a leading centre for such research.


  • The Math Dictionary

    The Maths Dictionary is animated, interactive, and allows students to practice their math skills. Over 500 terms are explained in simple language. Click on "billion" and discover that you have 10 billion brain cells working for you right now. Roll your mouse over the world time zone chart and you instantly know the time for that part of the world. Every math teacher should bookmark this Web site."


  • The Mathematical Association of America: Innovative Teaching Exchange

    The Mathematical Association of America has developed the Innovative Teaching Exchange in order to facilitate the exchange of interesting and compelling teaching resources from a wide range of educators. As their site indicates, "The intention is to encourage more experimentation with more methods than the traditional lecture/questions method." Currently, there are about a dozen articles available for consideration here, and they include titles such as "Flowcharting Proofs", "Engaging Students via In-Class Worksheets", and "In Search of the Elusive Matrix". Each article contains information on how to use each exercise in the classroom, and these materials will hopefully inspire readers to submit their own classroom-tested modules or activities.


  • The National Center for Supercomputing Applications

    The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) identifies as "a leader in defining the future's high-performance cyberinfrastructure for scientists, engineers, and society." Initiated as part of the National Science Foundation's Supercomputer Centers Program, NCSA now works with research centers across the U.S. to build cyberinfrastructure, tools, and applications for grid computing. Visitors to the website can browse through the various research projects by topic areas such as cluster computing, cyberinfrastructure, education, data analysis, grids, and visualization. The Projects page also highlights feature stories and programs. Other sections provide additional information about the partnerships and facilities, as well as a history of NCSA.


  • The National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN)

    The National Entrepreneurship Network (NEN) is a network of academic institutions across India performing research and developing and delivering world-class education, skill-building programs, networking activities and company-starting assistance to new, high-growth entrepreneurs.


  • The next web

    TheNextweb.com a blog that provides technology related content to you. It covers all the topics that are related to new technology and its business and its culture.. This Site also provides the information and news for next generation gadgets. If you love the WEB then this site can be very useful to you. It has more than 7 million monthly visits and ten million page views per month


  • The Office for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education: Resources

    Located at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, The Office for Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education is primarily interested in creating resources for educators working on these topics. First-time visitors should definitely start by looking through the "Resources" area, as they will find classroom tested exercises that cover basic topics in algebra, trigonometry, and a number of related fields in math. Moving along, the site also features teaching modules that will help educators explain different concepts in technology, which can be most useful, particularly for beginning students. Finally, if visitors to the site have questions, there is a contact form and a place to make suggestions about material that might be covered in future projects and modules.


  • The Oxford Book of American Essays

    Many a literary theorist and critic have wondered: ?What is American literature?? Others have gone so far as to wonder whether such a thing can be defined and this area of academic inquiry has delighted many for several centuries. Late in the 19th century, one Brander Matthews was called upon to do just that-create an edited volume for the Oxford Press that would represent a variety of essays from different Americans of the time. All told, this volume published in 1914 contained 32 essays, including ?John Bull? by Washington Irving, ?Buds and Bird-Voices? by Nathaniel Hawthorne, and ?Dante by the Bowery? by Theodore Roosevelt. Other selections include inquisitive essays by Edgar Allen Poe, Oliver Wendell Holmes, and Walt Whitman. Thanks to the folks at bartleby.com, users can read each of these essays and decide for themselves if American literature can be defined.


  • The Robot Zoo

    The Robot Zoo is a traveling exhibit that reveals the biomechanics of giant robot animals to illustrate how real animals work. Nature's engineering and human technology converge in this exciting exhibit, which features giant robot animals and more than a dozen hands-on activities!


  • The Sociable Media Group

    Located at MIT, the Sociable Media Group is interested in questions concerning society and identity in the networked world. Some of the group's research questions include: How do we perceive other people on-line?, What does a virtual world look like?, and How do social conventions develop in the networked world? Visitors can learn about the most recent research projects, along with taking a look at the thought provoking blog. As with most research Institutes or think-tanks, the Sociable Media group has seen fit to put a number of its working papers on the site for general consideration. The papers include such titles as, "Scale, Form, and Time: Creating Connected Sociable Spaces" and "A Semantic Approach to Visualizing Online Conversations."


  • The State of America?s Libraries [pdf]

    Released in April 2010, The State of America's Libraries report from the American Library Association offers users a wealth of information about current trends over the past year. Within the 19-page report visitors will learn that investment in e-books at academic and research libraries rose 68 percent from 2002 to 2004 and that school library media centers were hard hit by funding cuts in 2009. The report contains a number of charts that track library use over the past year and the different types of materials contained within the nation's libraries. Moving on, the report also contains brief summaries of the expansion of Google's book digitization project and scholarships awarded to minority librarians. Overall, it is an impressive report, and one that will be of great interest to those interested in the policy issues surrounding libraries and those working in the fields of library and information science.


  • The State of Wireless London

    This website provides the results from a survey, sponsored by the International Chamber of Commerce, which reports on the growth of wireless usage in the greater London area and compares networks built by "freenetwork" groups to those built by commercial providers. The results show that London has more than 5,000 wireless networks that are being used in offices, government buildings, prisons, police stations and government offices. The data is displayed clearly with impressive maps and detailed documentation. The reference list offers numerous links for more information about wireless networks.


  • The tech Museum of Innovation

    The Tech Museum of Innovation engages people of all ages and backgrounds in exploring and experiencing the technologies affecting their lives, and aims to inspire the innovator in everyone. An expansive variety of interactive exhibits and unique floor programs showcase not just how technology works, but how it affects who we are and how we live, work, play and learn.


  • The Virtual Machine Shop (VMS)

    The Virtual Machine Shop is a web site dedicated to the perpetuation of machine tool knowledge and training. This not-for-profit project is designed and maintained by volunteers from industry and academia and is free to everyone. Please feel free to learn here. Please feel free to teach here.


  • The Visual Math Institute

    The Visual Math Project was founded in 1975 by Professor Ralph Abraham from the University of California at Santa Cruz. Ralph Abraham, who is now retired, formed a nonprofit organization called the Visual Math Institute (VMI) and continues to maintain its website. In the FAQ section, Abraham explains that Visual Math (VM) "refers to the coordination of multiple modes of intelligence and representation, cognitive styles, for the purpose of communication of mathematics." The FAQ section also includes information on Math Anxiety as well as an overview of mathematics, Euclid, and chaos theory. VMI's research, which is described further in the Research section, "is devoted to visual math research and education, including computation math, computer graphics, and interactive environments." The visual projects on Chaos, Euclid and Kepler provide overviews of related topics, information on useful references, and some visual demonstrations of the topics.


  • The World Bank: An Online Atlas of the Millennium Development Goals [Macromedia Flash Player]

    The World Bank established a set of Millennium Development Goals as both a challenge to poor countries to demonstrate "good governance" and to wealthy nations as a spur that would hopefully encourage them to support economic and social development. Recently, the World Bank created this visually engaging and sophisticated interactive atlas to track those eight goals, which include the promotion of gender equality, combating disease, and reducing child mortality. Visitors can click on any of these eight goals and they will be able to view maps of the world that document the progress that has been made in each nation. Clicking on each nation individually brings up clear and easy-to-read tables that chart additional changes within each separate goal. Visitors can export the data for their own use, and they can also resize the map to demonstrate the changes made over the past few years.


  • THESEUS

    THESEUS is a research program initiated by the Federal Ministry of Economy and Technology (BMWi), with the goal of developing a new Internet-based infrastructure in order to better use and utilize the knowledge available on the Internet. To this end, application-oriented basic technologies and technical standards are to be developed and tested under the umbrella of THESEUS. The expected results are novel products, tools, services, and business models for the World Wide Web, as well as for the service and knowledge society of tomorrow.


  • Thesis writing speciallist

    Thesis Specialist has a number of efficient PhD writers who are willing to present personalized support to our valuable customers at affordable costs on thesis and dissertation writing. Our team is made up of a balanced combination of writers, university professors and scholars.


  • Theverege

    Theverge.com, a website for tech freaks. A website when you find new product reviews and product information. It also reports on how the technology affects to your society.


  • Thinkstandard.net

    At thinkstandards.net, we'll take you through a brief history of standards and help you understand the relationship between standards, technology and business strategies.


  • Third world academy of science

    TWAS is an autonomous international organization, founded in Trieste, Italy in 1983 by a distinguished group of scientists from the South under the leadership of the late Nobel laureate Abdus Salam of Pakistan. Originally named "Third World Academy of Sciences", it was officially launched by the then-secretary general of the United Nations, Javier Perez de Cuellar, in 1985. Since its inception, TWAS's operational expenses have largely been covered by generous contributions of the Italian government.


  • Thoughtwork

    ThoughtWorks is a global IT consultancy. We deliver custom applications, no-nonsense consulting, help organizations drive agility and create software. By hiring exceptional people, we can solve our clients' biggest and most pressing problems. All of our services are offered both on and offshore, and are delivered with pride and passion.


  • TIFAC: Technology Information, Forecasting & Assessment Council

    TIFAC, an autonomous organisation under Department of Science and Technology chaired by Dr. R. Chidambaram, (Former Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission & Secretary, Deptt of Atomic Energy) Currently DAE Homi Bhabha Chair Professor, Bhaba Atomic Research Centre (BARC) Trombay, Mumbai, aims to keep a technology watch on global trends and formulating preferred technology options for India. During a decade of its existence, TIFAC has carved out a unique identity of its own; with several achievements in the field of technology development in the Indian context. TIFAC is identified by Industry, Institutions and Administrators as a store house of advanced information on almost all areas of Technology - global and Indian.


  • Time tracker

    Commercially available Time Tracker employee scheduling software, allows users to manage large and complex employee schedules. Time Tracker maintains schedules from the past, present and into the future.


  • Times higher Education

    This is the new website for the Times Higher Education (previously the Times Higher Education Supplement). Lots of interesting and relevant information for anyone involved in UK higher education.


  • Top 10 mistake in web design

    The ten most egregious offenses against users. Web design disasters and HTML horrors are legion, though many usability atrocities are less common than they used to be.


  • Top security software directory

    The Top-Security-Software directory aims to provide an up-to-date list of latest popular security, tested software available on the market. With the latest software in the security sector and articles and updates, Top security software provides "in-depth reference for consumer guidance on what to buy, where to buy, and how to buy the latest security software". The contents includes activex security online, online resource software, parental control software, security software reviews, applications online resources, information security resources, servers security resources, online virus scanner monitor port, desktop spy agent, family keylogger software, spy software review, anti spy software review, surveillance software, free spam filter, application tools resources, etc.


  • TOP500 Supercomputer Sites

    Statistics on high-performance computers are of major interest to manufacturers, users, and potential users. These people wish to know not only the number of systems installed, but also the location of the various supercomputers within the high-performance computing community and the applications for which a computer system is being used. Such statistics can facilitate the establishment of collaborations, the exchange of data and software, and provide a better understanding of the high-performance computer market. The TOP500 table shows the 500 most powerful commercially available computer systems known to us.


  • Trackengine

    TrackEngine allows a user to specify the web pages they want to monitor. Whenever there is new content on those pages, the user will be alerted.


  • Trends in Software Engineering Process Management (TSEPM

    Trends in Software Engineering Process Management (TSEPM) is a FREE (and no-obligation) monthly trade journal that focuses on software process, risk and project management.


  • Trinity College: 4th Generation Telephony

    The Network Telecommunications Research Group (NTRG) at Trinity College in Dublin focuses on "a wide range of areas involving core networking and telecommunications technology." This website highlights the group's project on 4th Generation Telephony. The reference to fourth generation telephony puts the work within a historical context, beginning with analogue-based mobile phone systems and leading into systems using digital technology, such as Global System for Mobile (GSM) Communications, in the second generation. The third generation of research currently under way, focuses on defining standards for the third generation mobile systems. The fourth generation telephony follows from third generation efforts, "but starts with the assumption that future networks will be entirely packet-switched using protocols evolved from those in use in today's Internet." The website highlights some of the benefits of this approach and describes the research issues NTRG is addressing, including compatibility, mobility, and quality of service. The Dublin Ad-hoc Wireless Network (DAWN) project, which serves as a prototype for this research, is also described. Several publications and some older video demonstrations are available online to download free of charge. Websites developed through Undergrad Coursework and Projects provide additional resources on the topic of telecommunications technology.


  • TrueSearch

    A clean, fine-tuned engine for quick access to the information that users want, and when they want it. "We at TrueSearch have the ambition to offer our users an extensive guide to the resources available on the internet. We are always open to new suggestions, and look forward to continually updating and expanding our directory."


  • TryEngineering

    TryEngineering.org is a resource for students (ages 8-18), their parents, their teachers and their school counselors. This is a portal about engineering and engineering careers, and we hope it will help young people understand better what engineering means, and how an engineering career can be made part of their future.


  • Tsunamis and Technology

    A writer from the SmallBizPipeline recently wrote an article reviewing some of the ways technology has been used to facilitate aid distribution and locate those missing after the Tsunami that hit several countries in Asia on December 26, 2007. National Geographic: Can Satellites Aid Earthquake Predictions? discusses how satellites might be used to improve early warning systems , while the next article World Socialist Web Site: The Asian tsunami: why there were no warnings reports from a socialist perspective on the reasons why there was no early warning for the people who suffered from the recent tsunami, many of which are not related to a lack of technology. Nonetheless, predicting the next big earthquake is still beyond the control of scientists, according to this article from the Why Files: Perilous Predictions. This website from the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program: Latest Earthquakes, provides an overview of the magnitude of the most recent earthquake and links to other pages that help put the catastrophe in perspective in terms of previous earthquakes. This next website Princeton Earth Physics Project proposes a lesson plan for calculating the magnitude of an earthquake, with links to some related information. Finally, this article Christian Science Monitor: A Low-tech Solution to Tsunamis highlights a low-tech way to minimize the effect of Tsunamis --mangroves.


  • Tutorials-Reports

    Find the most comprehensive technical reports on some of the most recent technologies on tutorial-reports.com. These reports give an exhaustive coverage of leading technologies in a very simple language and provide an unique industry relevant perspective.


  • TutorialsWeb.com

    The tutorials at this website are primarily aimed at working professionals in relevant fields. Currently, tutorials are available in the following areas: electronic assembly, satellite communications, computers and networking, RF test and measurements, software. Free tools and links to additional resources are also available.


  • U.S.Copyright office

    The U.S. Copyright Office. "We in the Copyright Office are proud to be part of a long tradition of promoting progress of the arts and protection for the works of authors. We are also excited about the upcoming reengineering of our operations, coming in summer 2007. Our goal is to make major improvements in our public services. As a key part of this initiative, we will offer online registration via our website. Our homepage has been created with the desire to serve the copyright community of creators and users, as well as the general public. Here you will find information and updates about our upcoming online registration option and other news about reengineering; all our key publications including informational circulars; application forms for copyright registration; links to the copyright law and to the homepages of other copyright-related organizations; a link to our online copyright records cataloged since 1978; news of what the Office is doing, including business process reengineering plans, Congressional testimony, and press releases; our latest regulations; and much more."


  • UCLA: Image Processing Research Group

    The University of California at Los Angeles' Image Processing Research Group (or IMAGERS) focuses on mathematical modeling and computational techniques for image processing, with a particular emphasis on using Partial Differential Equations. The group is part of the UCLA Mathematics Department and the Institute of Pure and Applied Mathematics, but also collaborates with other departments on campus. The research areas described on their website include: Image Reconstruction, Inpainting, Computation, Segmentation & Active Contours, Level Set, Wavelets and Compression, Tomography, and Vision Modeling. They provide overviews of each research area along with links to full reports offering more in depth explanations. Recent papers by IMAGERS' researchers are posted online and available to download free of charge.


  • UCSD: ROADNet

    The ROADNet project at the University of California at San Diego aims to bring "the information superhighway to the dirt road and the high seas." In other words, ROADNet researchers are working to build wireless networks to stream remote field data and then develop an integrated information management system to deliver the data in real-time to multiple users. The website describes some of ROADNet's field research studies, which provide a heterogeneous test bed for developing the proposed integrated information network. Field studies in California include ecological and hydroclimate studies as well as projects on coastal and ocean monitoring. Information on the project's data management tools and technical advice for those working to develop sensors is posted here. Visitors to the website can also view video footage of real-time data from the project's field projects and get updates on which projects in the network are online. Publications, presentations and photos provide additional background information on the project and its research.


  • Understanding Science

    The Understanding Science website is a fun, free resource that aims to accurately communicate what science is and how it really works. It provides an inside look at the general principles, methods, and motivations that underlie all of science. They provide resources and strategies for K-16 teachers so they can improve their scientific understanding and reinforce the nature of science in their scientific teachings. The website also provides an informative reference that allows students and the general public to accurately understand the nature of science.


  • Unesco Open training Platform

    The Open Training Platform (OTP) is a UNESCO initiative to facilitate access to training materials and resources developed by development stakeholders at a global level with an objective of having training and capacity-building resources openly available to local communities, development stakeholders at grassroots level in order to foster local development. The platform offers a structured collaborative space to share resources which are freely and openly accessible for trainers and self-learners to use and re-use for non commercial purposes such as teaching, learning and research. OTP contains resources for all fields of development, including education (including teacher training), natural sciences, civil societies, culture, legal issues, computer training, media and communication, information management, community empowerment, entrepreneurship, literacy, languages, health and sanitation, agriculture, gender issues, sustainable development, microfinance, HIV/AIDS etc.


  • Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS)

    The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) is a science-based, nonprofit alliance of more than 400,000 citizens and scientists working on improving the environment and making the world a safer place. The UCS members include parents and businesspeople, teachers and students, and many types of scientists. Through independent scientific research and citizen action, they work to develop innovative, practical solutions for safeguarding our future and the future of our planet.


  • United Nations Environment Programme: The Billion Tree Campaign [pdf]

    Painters and poets throughout the millennia have explored the aesthetic beauty of trees in great detail, and in the past few centuries, humans have become intimately aware of how trees form the foundation of many natural systems. Recently, the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) launched their major worldwide tree planting campaign, ?Plant for the Planet: Billion Tree Campaign?. One major component of their outreach efforts is this very fine website, which includes sections such as ?Facts and Figures?, ?Trees and Humanity?, and of course, ?How to Plant a Tree?. On the site, visitors also have the option to pledge their support for the project in a variety of ways. The ?Facts and Figures? section is also helpful, as it contains answers to a number of basic questions such as ?Where are forests found?? and some more specific information on the importance of this project.


  • United States Small Business Administration

    Free multimedia courses on everything from developing a successful business plan to email marketing.


  • Universities Worldwide - Links to 6324 Universities in 169 countries

    This is a searchable database of Universities around the world.The listing of Institutions is now based on the "World List of Universities 1997" published by the International Association of Universities (IAU). Database is maintained by Klaus Förster, reproduction and distribution are permissible for non-profit purposes only, but no changes are to be made to these documents without the author's written consent.


  • University of Toronto: The Artificial Perception Laboratory

    The University of Toronto's Artificial Perception Lab investigates the theory, implementation, and application of multi-sensor information systems. The lab's research addresses microphone arrays, camera arrays, sensor networks, Multi-Sensor Information Systems and applications for human-computer interactions and robotics. The Projects section provides abstracts of the lab's work, along with photos and diagrams and links to additional information and program source code for related projects. Several research articles are posted online, along with links to media coverage the lab has received. For example, a November 2007 press release describes its work in developing a three-dimensional multi-camera system that can capture images of a scene from multiple angles and then sort the images to improve surveillance in public places.


  • University of Washington: Robotics and State Estimation Lab

    The Robotics and State Estimation Lab at the University of Washington is "interested in the development of embedded computing systems that interact autonomously with their environment in an intelligent way." The lab investigates probabilistic methods and their application to mobile robotics in order to "develop rich yet efficient methods for representing uncertainty and for reasoning under uncertainty." They evaluate these methods through application in mobile robot localization, map building, exploration, and multi-robot collaboration. Their work includes an evaluation of the CentiBots Project (see MET Report, May 9, 2003), which is posted here. Visitors are invited to view several animations illustrating particle filters and their extensions used in the study of state estimation and learning in areas such as people tracking and high-level activity recognition. Descriptions and video footage provide a nice overview of the lab's projects, such as RoboCup, Ubiquitous computing, Mapping and Exploration, and Museum Tour-guide Robots. Publications, which include reports, articles, book chapters, and workshop presentations, can be viewed and downloaded from the project pages or within the Publications section.


  • Usable GUI Design: A Quick Guide

    Benjamin Roe, who is currently pursuing a PhD in Process Scheduling at the Centre for Process Systems Engineering, Imperial College, has posted this article on Usable GUI Design strategies. The author presents five key points that Open Source software (OSS) developers should consider when designing Graphical User Interfaces (GUI's). The points are drawn from the author's experience in using and writing OSS software and consulting books and websites on the subject, which are listed in the references of the article. Although he uses actual examples to discuss user interface issues, he notes that the comments are meant to serve as constructive criticisms and not to offend anyone. The FAQ section includes a selection of comments from readers and his responses to questions and concerns they have raised.


  • USDA: Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education

    Since its inception in 1988, the USDA’s “Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program has helped advance farming systems that are profitable, environmentally sound and good for communities through a nationwide research and education grants program.” This nicely organized website presents a wide array of information and resources for farmers, ranchers, educators, researchers, and consumers interested in sustainable agriculture. Agriculturalists and others will be interested to learn more about SARE grant guidelines, and to peruse reports for approximately 2,500 previously funded projects. SARE posts upcoming events; and maintains an online collection of books, bulletins, and other resources through the Sustainable Agriculture Network. Site visitors can also view a 14-minute video about SARE, or simply order a free copy for themselves.


  • UsingRFID

    UsingRFID aims to provide you with the news, analysis, research and resources you need to keep ahead of the game. All you need to do is register your free membership, and you'll have everything you need in one place. It's more than just another newsletter; it?s more than just another news service; it?s more than just a web site.


  • Utah State OpenCourseWare

    More and more universities are joining up to offer a variety of course materials through the OpenCourseWare project, and Utah State University is now one of the partner institutions involved in this laudable venture. This site is made possible by funding from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and visitors will be delighted to learn that they can make their way through course materials from over a dozen departments, such as anthropology, economics, electrical and computer engineering, and wildland resources. Within each department, visitors will also note that there are tabs that allow them to email a friend about the course and also link up to an RSS feed. There are some great course materials here, including those from "Introduction to Writing" and the "History of Utah"


  • Vega Science Trust - Freeview Video on the Web

    Vega is a not for profit trust which broadcasts science programmes for free over the internet. Our programmes feature experts in science and engineering and many are or have in the past been broadcast on mainstream television.


  • Vellore Institute of Technology Technology Business Incubator [VIT TBI]

    The Management of VIT, under the dynamic leadership of Chancellor Mr. G. Viswanathan has taken-up the initiative to set-up a state of the art High Technology Business Incubator (TBI), first of its kind in this region, at the VIT campus. The mission of VIT-TBI is to promote Entrepreneurship, incubating start-up ventures and offering technology development services to firms in the region where VIT is situated.


  • Vibes-virtual International Business & Economic Sources

    An initiative by J. Murrey Atkins Library of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, VIBES provides over 3,500 links to Internet sources of international business and economic information that are in English and available free of charge. Links include full-text files of recent articles and research reports, statistical tables and graphs and portals (pages with links to other sources).


  • Videolectures

    Lectures from prominent academics, scientists, and experts in a wide range of fields including science, business, art, environment, technology, and more.


  • Vigyan Prasar Science portal

    Vigyan Prasar is an autonomous organisation setup by the Government of India's Department of Science and Technology in 1989, to undertake large scale science popularisation tasks in the country. VIGYAN PRASAR WEB SITE is only one of the many components of VIPRIS which stands for Vigyan Prasar Information System for science communicators and is an activity of Vigyan Prasar.


  • Vikram Sarabhai Community Science centre

    Vikram A. Sarabhai Community Science Centre (VASCSC) established in the 1960s by the eminent space scientist, Dr. Vikram A. Sarabhai is working towards popularizing science and mathematics education among students, teachers and the laypublic. Its mandate is to stimulate interest, encourage and expose the principles of science and scientific method and also to improve and find innovative methods of science education.


  • Virtual Courseware [Macromedia Flash Player]

    As part of a collaborative project between faculty members at the California State University-Los Angeles and the National Science Foundation, the Virtual Courseware website brings together a number of thematic instructional resources for science educators. Some of the resources include activities that deal with earthquakes and global warming. Within each module, visitors will find a number of self-guided tutorials and explanatory materials for instructors to use in their classrooms. One real gem here is the ?Virtual Dating? section, as students and educators will get the opportunity to learn how geologists and archaeologists determine the ages of rocks and ancient artifacts. The site also makes the module on earthquakes available in Spanish, titled ?Terremoto?. With a mix of activities, assessment exercises, and instructor materials, this website will be a great find for science teachers working with college or high school students


  • Virtual engineer

    The Best Links on the Web for Engineers and other Professionals working in the Building and Construction Industries"


  • Virtual Labs [Shockwave]

    Over the past few years, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute?s Biointeractive website has garnered critical acclaim from a number of international organizations that evaluate various multimedia products that educate Internet users about science and technology. Most recently, their Virtual Labs area on the site has been well-received, and they are visually entrancing and easy to use. Currently, the site contains five full virtual labs, and they include those that allow students to learn how to identify various bacteria and another one that casts participants as a young intern who is learning how to identify heritable diseases of the heart. Each virtual lab contains resources for instructors, along with an interactive quiz


  • Virtual Machine Shop

    The Virtual Machine Shop (VMS) is a non-profit website dedicated to the advancement of machine tool knowledge and training. Designed and maintained by volunteers from industry and academia, the access to contents is free for all. The topics covered are broadly in the areas of tool design, engineering and fabrication. Machinery's handbook and Library learning topics are the main information resources of VMS. The Machinery's Handbook demonstrates a step-by-step process for machining a fictitious part. Library learning topics provide information on topics such as milling machines, engine lathes, cutting tools, CNC/CAM etc.The website contents have been developed by experienced machine tool technology instructors and industry professionals with real-world experience in the field. It also has a discussion forum.


  • Virtual technical reports center

    "The Institutions listed here provide either full-text reports, or searchable extended abstracts of their technical reports on the World Wide Web. Because many institutions do not distinguish between technical reports and other types of research publications, this site also contains links to preprints, reprints, dissertations, theses, and research reports of all kinds."


  • Virtusa Corporation

    Virtusa Corporation (NASDAQ: VRTU) is a global information technology (IT) services company providing IT consulting, technology and outsourcing services. Using our enhanced global delivery model, innovative platforming approach and industry expertise, we provide cost-effective services that enable our clients to use IT to enhance business performance, accelerate time-to-market, increase productivity and improve customer service.


  • visu words

    Visuwords online graphical dictionary-Look up words to find their meanings and associations with other words and concepts. Produce diagrams reminiscent of a neural net.


  • VNC - Virtual Network Computing software

    VNC software is cross-platform, allowing remote control between different types of computer. It enables to view and fully interact with one computer from any other computer or mobile device anywhere on the Internet. VNC has a wide range of applications including system administration, IT support and helpdesks. It can also be used to support the mobile user, both for hot desking within the enterprise and also to provide remote access. The system allows several connections to the same desktop, providing an invaluable tool for collaborative or shared working in the workplace or classroom. The open source version of VNC has been freely available since 1998. It is available for general use under the conditions of the GNU General Public License.


  • Voltimum

    Voltimum is the most comprehensive product data source for the electrical industry


  • W3C semanatic web

    The Semantic Web is the abstract representation of data on the World Wide Web, based on the RDF standards and other standards to be defined. It is being developed by the W3C, in collaboration with a large number of researchers and industrial partners.


  • W3C Voice browser activity

    This is a website by W3C working group. Currently, W3C is working towards expanding the access to the Internet interactively through key pads, spoken commands, listening to prerecorded speech, synthetic speech and music.This will allow any telephone to be used for accessing appropriately designed web-based services. This will also enable effective interaction of the web content in the cases where the mouse and keyboard may be missing or inconvenient. The website provides introduction, current research status, FAQ, a tutorial for VoiceXML and a mailing list.


  • Wadhwani Centre for Entrepreneurship Development

    The vision of the WCED is to be a world renowned entrepreneurship centre by nurturing the spirit of enterprise in students and building a network to promote their efforts in the business environment. The WCED also offers entrepreneurs opportunities to learn and to interact with the right sources to build global competitiveness. The Centre has taken up the task of supporting aspiring entrepreneurs throughout the cycle, from conceptualization to grounding of their projects.


  • Wahl network

    The Wahl Network is run by Chicago-based Chris Wahl, who is deeply rooted in virtualization and programming. The posts go over a range of VMware-related topics, as well as servers and the virtualization of them - See more at: http://technologyschools.org/information-technology/#sthash.pEz8gZo3.dpuf


  • Walter Scott digital Archieve

    The Walter Scott Digital Archive is an Edinburgh University Library online resource created in the Special Collections Division. It is designed around the extensive Corson Collection of Walter Scott material held in Special Collections.


  • Watchmyweb

    This free web site monitoring means that your web site will be tested every hour. If a problem is detected, three attempts will be made at thirty second intervals before sending an alarm to your standard email account, and to your pager.


  • Web best free stuff

    Useful list, from InfoWorld.


  • Web curator tool

    The Web Curator Tool (WCT) is a tool for managing the selective web harvesting process. It is designed for use in libraries and other collecting organisations, and supports collection by non-technical users while still allowing complete control of the web harvesting process.


  • Web Design Reference Site

    This site is dedicated to providing knowledge of web design and development. It advocates accessibility, usability, web standards and many related topics. It provides news and information of web design and development theory and methods. It covers a wide range of topics covered such as accessibility, cascading style sheets, evaluation & testing, information architecture, JavaScript, navigation, labelling, standards, typography,usability and XML. It provides uasage tips and learning materials for Dreamweaver, Flash, PHP etc.


  • Web developers' handbook

    Starting with creativity techniques and creative tools for problem solving, the website provides information about Cascading Style Sheets (CSS ) layouts, CSS navigation menus, CSS techniques, color tools, CSS web tools and services, HTML tools and services, DOM scripting, accessiblity checkers, usability and accessibility aspects, Asynchronous JavaScript And XML (AJAX) applications, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) tools, specifications, typography, Content Management System (CMS) and a set of useful miscellanous tools. The website links to a list of related bookmarks, titled 'Essential bookmarks for web-designers and web- developers' and this has several useful pointers.


  • Web Servers in India

    This site is maintained by The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, which provides links to Educational and Research Institutes; Government Organizations and Some Prominent Indian Web Pages and you can also browse city ?wise lists


  • Web Standards Project (WaSP)

    The Web Standards Project (WaSP) has the goal of promoting core web standards and encouraging browser makers to do the same, thereby ensuring simple, affordable access for all. This website provides resources pertaining to web standards. It consists of tutorials, articles, reference charts, templates, related links and a medium for reporting browser bugs.


  • Web’s Biggest - The world's biggest directory search engine

    The Web’s Biggest search engine claims to search more websites than any other search engine. Web’s Biggest is unique in that the developers have created a virtual replica of the whois database of more than 40 million domains names. This lets the search engine to search almost every website in the English-speaking world. Other search engines rely on hyperlinks and manual submissions to find websites and in the process may miss many of them.Web’s Biggest lets webmasters add or revise the descriptions of their site free of charge.


  • Web2right

    Web2Rights is a JISC project, funded from 1st November 2007 - 31st March 2009, whose purpose was initially to develop practical, pragmatic and relevant Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and other legal issues toolkits to support the projects funded within the JISC Users and Innovation Programme (U&I) in their engagement with next generation technologies.


  • WebCite

    WebCite, a member of the International Internet Preservation Consortium, is an on-demand archiving system for webreferences (cited webpages and websites, or other kinds of Internet-accessible digital objects), which can be used by authors, editors, and publishers of scholarly papers and books, to ensure that cited webmaterial will remain available to readers in the future. If cited webreferences in journal articles, books etc. are not archived, future readers may encounter a "404 File Not Found" error when clicking on a cited URL.


  • WebCrawler

    WebCrawler brings users the top search results from Google, Yahoo!, Windows Live, Ask and other popular search engines. WebCrawler also provides multimedia results, including images, audio, video, news, and local information. WebCrawler is a registered trademark of InfoSpace, Inc.


  • Webomatrics ranking of world universities

    The "Webometrics Ranking of World Universities" is an initiative of the Cybermetrics Lab, a research group belonging to the Centro Superior de Investigaciones Cient?ficas (CSIC) the largest public research body in Spain.


  • Webopedia - A free online computer and Internet technology dictionary

    Webopedia is a free online dictionary of words, phrases and abbreviations that are related to computer and Internet technology. Webopedia provides easy-to-understand definitions in plain language, avoiding the use of heavy jargon wherever possible so that the site is accessible to users with a wide range of computer knowledge. The information here is gathered from standard bodies, leading technology companies, universities, professional online technical publications, white papers and professionals working in the field. The definitions on Webopedia evolve and change as technologies change, so the definitions are frequently updated to reflect trends in the field. New terms are added on a daily basis. In addition to a definition of the term or phrase, Webopedia also provides links to sources of further information on the topic where applicable. Webopedia is part of the internet.com network of Web sites. Interesting fearures includes Term of the Day, New Terms, Pronunciation, New Links, Quick Reference, Did You Know?, Search Tool and so on.


  • Website estate

    Website Estates has continued its strong growth path to being a leading portal for marketing and communications professionals. From our large gallery of PowerPoint templates to our marketing news and tutorials, Website Estates is dedicated to bringing you the best resources to help your business grow.


  • Webware

    A cnet site, featuring news about Productivity applications, Data-driven applications, Community services, etc.


  • West sussex Past

    A portal to archive, library and museum online heritage services.


  • Westons

    Books in Science, Technology and Medicine.


  • What is Physics?

    The Physics Department at Trinity College introduces students to the wide range of subspecialties of physics at this substantial website. Through the abundance of helpful figures and text, users can discover various phenomena related to the study of the universe, galaxies, stars, Earth, light, materials, atoms, and quarks. At one of the many links provided at the website, students can learn about energy quantization, the uncertainty principle, particle-wave duality, and other concepts related to quantum theory. The website describes how physics is related to sports, finances, communications, and other aspects of our lives. Along with providing an abundance of information, the site also directs visitors to additional educational websites.


  • What Next In science & Technology

    Today's Research, Tomorrow's Reality. This is the science and technology news blog covers only important scientific innovations which will drastically change our lives.


  • WhatIs.com

    WhatIs.com is a knowledge exploration and self-education tool about information technology, especially about the Internet and computers. It contains over 4,500 individual encyclopedic definition/topics, a number of "Fast Reference" pages and learning tools. The topics contain about 12,000 hyperlinked cross-references between definition-topics and to other sites for further information. The site is constantly updated.


  • WhatUseek Network

    Searching is still the Web's most popular activity, and it's the foundation we built whatUseek on. What started as the very simple whatUseek Web search index in 1995 has blossomed into a still-growing full suite of Web properties called the whatUseek Network, that includes:


  • WheatBlog .05b

    Given the increasing interest in developing personal weblogs and online journals, many users may find the WheatBlog device quite enticing. The application is designed to maintain any number of blog and news pages on personal sites, and will certainly assist users in keeping track of various developments on any variety of such related endeavors. WheatBlog .05b is compatible with all operating systems.


  • whichbook.net

    A completely new way of choosing what to read.


  • Why files

    The mission of The Why Files is to explore the science, math and technology behind the news of the day, and to present those topics in a clear, accessible and accurate manner. "We are based at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, but The Why Files covers science at all institutions that engage in scientific exploration and discovery. We hope this information will help explain the relationship between science and daily life."


  • Widernet

    Another mention of this very worthwhile initiative, which aims at improving digital communication for people in Developing Countries.


  • Wiki mind map

    ?WikiMindMap is a tool to browse easily and efficiently in Wiki content, inspired by the mindmap technique. Wiki pages in large public wiki's, such as wikipedia, have become rich and complex documents. Thus, it is not always straight forward to find the information you are really looking for. This tool aims to support users to get a good structured and easy understandable overview of the topic you are looking for.?


  • WikiCFP

    Ian Winship alerted me to this interesting new website which describes itself as a place to Organize and Share "Calls For Papers"


  • Wikimind map

    WikiMindMap is a tool to browse easily and efficiently in Wiki content, inspired by the mindmap technique. Wiki pages in large public wiki's, such as wikipedia, have become rich and complex documents. Thus, it is not always straight forward to find the information you are really looking for. This tool aims to support users to get a good structured and easy understandable overview of the topic you are looking for.


  • Win task 4 professional

    For IT professionals, software developers and other advanced users, WinTasks 4 Professional makes resource management easier than ever before. Including features like detailed cpu usage graphs per process, system presets and a built-in scripting language, WinTasks 4 Professional is an essential addition to any advanced Windows user's toolbox


  • Windows live academic

    Windows Live Academic is now in beta. It currently indexes content related to computer science, physics, electrical engineering, and related subject areas. Academic search enables you to search for peer reviewed journal articles contained in journal publisher portals and on the web in locations like citeseer.


  • Windows to the universe

    The Windows to the Universe website is a richly interlinked ecosystem for learning about the Earth and Space sciences for use by the general public, students, and teachers. The goal is to build an internet site that includes a rich array of documents, including images, movies, animations, and data sets, that explore the Earth and Space sciences and the historical and cultural ties between science, exploration, and the human experience.


  • Wired

    Wired.com it gives a depth coverage of the future trends in technology. This website gives the news about new gadgets, autopia, science, entertainment, business, security devices, video series, and design. It's venture webmonkey.com is very useful to web developers, web designers and web masters.


  • Wireless Downtowns

    Coming soon to an urban center near you: wireless connectivity for your laptop or PDA, brought to you by City Hall. At least that's the hot trend among U.S. municipalities, 48 of which now offer wireless access, according to a recent report. Most municipal systems are the result of public-private partnerships, and many offer some level of free access.


  • Wisc-Online, Online Learning Object Repository

    Drawing on a wide range of subject expertise, the Wisconsin Online Resource Center (Wisc-Online) is a digital library of web-based learning resources known as "learning objects". "Learning objects" are essentially self-contained small chunks of learning that can be embedded in a learning activity, lesson, unit or course. The site includes over 2170 of these objects, and new objects are being developed continuously. Visitors will need to complete a short registration form before they are allowed to access all of the materials on the site, but they can certainly get a sense of what the site includes by checking out the "New Learning Objects" area.


  • Wolfram Alpha

    Today's Wolfram|Alpha is the first step in an ambitious, long-term project to make all systematic knowledge immediately computable by anyone. Enter your question or calculation and Wolfram|Alpha uses its built-in algorithms and a growing collection of data to compute the answer.


  • Women's Studies: Core Books (ACRL/WSS)

    Subject guide and core bibliography for women's studies, featuring 50 subject groupings in the browse index and a guided search function. "The project assists Women's Studies librarians and collection development librarians in building Women's Studies collections and can also serve as a guide to instructional faculty in selecting available course readings."


  • Wood Review

    Investigating UK business experiences of competing for public contracts in other EU countries.


  • Word Count

    Words are used as invectives, toasts, and tirades, among other forms of human expression. As a type of artistic experiment, Jonathan Harris of Flaming Toast Productions decided to create this engaging website that documents the 86,000 most frequently used English words, ranked in order of commonality. Nay-sayers beware: This is no simple listing of the words, contained within a mundane series of connected web pages. As visitors quickly realize, this articulated end-to-end listing of these 86,000 words features scaled versions of each word, giving a "visual barometer of relevance." As the site notes, "The goal is for the user to feel embedded in the language, sifting through words like an archaeologist through sand, awaiting the unexpected find." Interestingly enough, the word "God" is one word from "began" (which is at number 375), and six words from "war." Budding urbanologists will find it interesting that the word "Chicago" is at number 6,692 and that "Shanghai" makes into the list at 18,242.


  • Workshop on Memory and Sharing Experiences

    The Second International Conference on Pervasive Computing was held in April 2007 in Vienna, Austria. This website highlights a Workshop on Memory and Sharing Experiences from Pervasive 2007. The purpose of this workshop was "to exchange research results and to foster ideas in the emerging field of ubiquitous experience recording technologies with the goal of effective experience sharing." The infrastructure is used to "record experiences of people working and playing in the real world" and has applications in multimedia memory aids, context recognition, life-pattern modeling, and the storytelling of life. The full program, proceedings and a summary discussion are posted on this website. Topics covered at the workshop included methods and devices, storage and databases, experience and interaction corpora, applications, privacy, and other issues. The website also links to information on a special issue of the Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Journal, as well as other related online resources and projects.


  • Workthing

    Workthing was launched in July 2000, with the vision to be a 'complete employment network, connecting people who want to change the way they work, develop their careers, update their skills and find new jobs, with the employers, businesses and professionals who want to reach them.


  • World biographical index

    This database is based on the 5th edition of the World Biographical Index containing about 2,4 million short biographical entries for eminent individuals who lived in North and South America, Western and Central Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Oceania. This edition is also a compiled index to many biographical archives.


  • World economic Forum

    Water emerged as one of the dominant themes at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2011. "The challenge of securing safe and plentiful water for all is one of the most daunting challenges faced by the world today," said UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. No individual, firm or nation can escape the consequences of water scarcity. Many participants, however, agreed that the water challenge could be solved, using collaborative approaches, political will, market mechanisms and innovative technology like those which arose in response to global warming.


  • World Flag database

    This site gives complete list of all the countries, territories and sub-national regions covered by the database. There are over 260 pages on countries and international organizations. Each page contains basic information on the country, including its formal name, capital city, area, population, currency, languages, and religions. The flags include the national and state flags, ensigns, and sub-national flags.


  • World Meteorological Organization

    Founded in 1950, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) is one of the oldest specialized agencies of the United Nations. With information available in Arabic, English, Spanish, French, and Russian, their website brings together information on weather, climate and water that will assist researchers and members of the pubic interested in meteorology and related fields. From their homepage, visitors can look over drop-down menus titled ?Programmes? and ?Topics?. While the ?Programmes? area contains more specialized information, the ?Topics? section contains links to thematic pages on over four dozen areas of interest from aerosols to women in meteorology. Of course, there?s plenty of information on weather conditions themselves, and visitors should move to the ?Official Weather Forecasts and Warnings? area to be redirected to the WMO?s Severe Weather Information Centre which contains a real-time interactive map of the world. As an additional suggestion, visitors should take a look at their online art gallery, which contains an exhibit that features artistic impressions of different weather conditions from around the world.


  • World Public library

    400,000+ PDF eBooks to Download Expand Your Home Library With A Lifetime Of Reading.


  • World Telephone Numbering Guide (WTNG)

    World Telephone Numbering Guide (WTNG) provides information on the world's telephone numbering formats. This includes various website links regarding telephone numbering. Area code lists, text articles, news of phone number changes, number-finding forms are included as much as feasible. There is information under each country, region or service reference containing information such as area code or numbering changes, links to area code lists or numbering news, and subscriber number/area code formats to the extent WTNG can find and include such details. Interestingly, this site also features a valuable historical section tracing the development of ITU and the telephone codes system since 1960.


  • WorldNewspapers.com - World newspapers and magazines [A portal to news sites in English]

    The website provides links to several newspapers, magazines and news sites in English, sorted by country and region. Within each country, links to local newpapers, news channels and sites are provided. The website also provides links to online magazines in many subjects like architecture, design, computers, environment, literature, science, sports and technology.


  • WorldSpace Satellite Radio Network

    WorldSpace is part of Noah Samara's vision "to 'create a new form of electronic media' using satellites to broadcast directly to people across the globe." WorldSpace claims to be the first to bring Satellite Radio to the world, among other "firsts." This section of the website describes how satellite radio works. A map shows the coverage area for their two satellites. The rest of the website describes their product. The Listen Now section provides some sample mp3 files to give you a taste of their programming and sound quality.


  • Worldwide science.org

    WorldWideScience.org is a global science gateway connecting you to national and international scientific databases and portals.


  • Writing Center

    The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Writing Center offers a writing handbook that guides writers through all steps of the writing process.


  • Wwebmaster Aid

    A package of webmaster's tools to build your Internet presence and promote your business world-wide. Includes a link popularity gauge and a search engine popularity gauge.


  • WWF's Living Planet Report 2007

    The 2007 Living Planet Report is the fifth in a series of global ecological updates from the WWF. The Report assesses the state of ecosystems around the world using two primary measures: The Living Planet Index, which is based on population trends for hundreds of forest, freshwater, and marine species, and the Ecological Footprint, which is based on human demands on renewable natural resources. The 44-page report shows, among other things, that as human consumption has continued to rise beyond sustainable levels, global animal populations have been declining at a rapid pace. English and Portuguese versions of the 2007 Report are available in portable document format, as well as Reports from 2002, 2000, and 1999. In addition, the site offers a world map animation representing the growth of our ecological footprint during the past few decades.


  • Www tool for education

    wwwtools is designed to keep you informed and to save valuable time in tracking down information and resources on the World Wide Web. Each article is on a particular topic or issue related to Web-based teaching and learning.


  • xsite architecture

    xsite architecture provide a high quality design service aiming to delight clients with solutions that step beyond the ordinary. xsite architecture is a new architectural practice that aims to enhance projects through a focused, high quality approach to design as well as delivering what every client wants - good value and appropriate timescale.


  • Yearbook of the united nations

    Since 1946, the United Nations (UN) has produced an annual work known as the Yearbook. This volume serves as the principal reference work on the United Nations and their various activities. Recently, the UN digitized the Yearbooks from 1946 to 2005 and placed them on this very handy website. Visitors to the homepage can use the drop down menu offered here to look through any of the volumes that interest them. Within each volume, visitors can read through chapters, which usually include sections on political and security matters, economic and social questions, and a host of legal questions. For those persons looking for specific topics, each volume can be searched individually, or users may also wish to use the "Power Search" feature to refine their search even further. Finally, a "Share" feature allows users to share their findings via Google, Digg, Facebook, and other popular social networking sites


  • Younoodles

    YouNoodle develops innovative ways to bring together the information, people and technology that help startups succeed.


  • yovisto

    yovisto is an new video search engine for educational video content and will be helpful for students or common interested peoples to looking for online lectures and educational staff. yovisto allows searching within videos. Furthermore, there are many other features like: tagging, adding comments, discussing, interaction with other users, uploading videos and organising your videos, etc.


  • ZapMeta - A meta-search engine

    A meta-search engine is a search tool that searches the databases of other search engines and/or directories. ZapMeta is one such meta-search engine and it is a tool to simultaneously search multiple search engines under one interface. Along with web search, ZapMeta currently offer a directory based on data from The Open Directory Project and Product Search powered by Pricegrabber. ZapMeta supports basic Boolean expressions and operators, phrase, truncation, proximity and advanced field-specific searches. Help is available for searching.


  • ZDNet

    ZDNet delivers the best tech news, and resources for IT hardware, software, networking and services. It's the top site for IT managers and tech-savvy business people.


  • Zentralblatt MATH Preprints

    Zentralblatt MATH is an extensive database containing abstracts of reviewed articles in pure and applied mathematics. The database contains over two million entries drawn from more than 2,300 serials and journals. The publication dates for the articles begin in 1868 and continue into the present. The search function is flexible, allowing visitors to search the database by numerous criteria such as author, title, keyword, source, or classification code. The abstract entry includes links to abstracts of articles on related topics. Only abstracts and issue table of contents are available free of charge, and access to the full articles is only available by paid subscription.


  • Zoho

    Zoho brings full-featured office apps online. Along with the standard word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation programs, the suite also gives users tools for note taking, wiki creating, project management, and more.


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