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a collection of chemistry resources, including problems for general and organic chemistry, and NMR and crystallographic resources.
http://wulfenite.fandm.edu/
provides research on cognition, language learning, and computing.
http://www.cognitionresearch.org.uk/
aims to collect and disseminate online complexity science related information to anybody interested in the topic.
http://www.comdig.org/
provides a focal point for people in the U.K. interested in complex systems theory and its application in organizations. For people in business, science, education, and government.
http://www.complexity-society.com/
interdisciplinary research project on the mutual influence between information technology and biology in order to study and exploit emergent mechanisms in organic and engineered systems.
http://www.evalife.dk/
http://www.gmdh.net/
news and information on multiagent systems research and applications.
http://www.multiagent.com/
features invited and contributed technical papers on theoretical and applied issues associated with the organization, modeling, analysis, simulation, control, and evaluation of systems. March 18-19, 2002 at the University of Alabama at Huntsville.
http://www.ssst-usa.org/
provides resources for professors and trainers to help improve the quality and content of IS education throughout the world.
http://gise.org/
provides information about their television programs, monthly essays, gardening tips, and eco-friendly products.
http://www.ecology.com/
Annotated links to multimedia science gems sorted by subtopic and grade level.
http://www.sciencegems.com/
Includes a searchable directory of links, quizzes, message board, and trivia.
http://www.internetgeographer.co.uk/
the top twenty achievements in terms of their impact on the quality of life, chosen by the National Academy of Engineering and its collaborators.
http://www.greatachievements.org/
features births, deaths, and events in the history of science, invention, and technology.
http://www.todayinsci.com/
providing coverage of unusual science and engineering topics, projects, and a CD-ROM of scanned vintage science books.
http://www.lateralscience.co.uk/