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energy education especially for kids from the California Energy Commission. Includes projects, experiments, and descriptions of many types of energy.
http://www.energyquest.ca.gov/
an online project for grades 6-12 to help prepare students for today's workplace. Students become energy consultants and conduct energy audits for their school.
http://www.energynet.net/
discusses energy: what it is, what forms it may take, what processes and devices are used to store it, transport it, and convert it among different forms, and energy resource conservation.
http://www.cpast.org/
devoted to the longest burning light bulb in history, with facts, articles, and web cam.
http://www.centennialbulb.org/
Description of recently patented electroplating technology (REVERUP), how it works, and fuel consumption tests at Southwest Research (ASTM Sequence VI)
http://www.reverup.com/
Provides resources on the history of engineering and the ongoing convergence of science, engineering, and technology.
http://www.creatingtechnology.org/
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/
Sampling of historic feats and oddities, with photographs, maps, and links.
http://www.engineeringsights.org/
Offering information for technical professionals on industry standards and specifications, training materials, software, and more.
http://www.techstreet.com/
features information on the various scientific conferences organized under the espouses of the Aegean Conferences, and held throughout Greece.
http://www.aegeanconferences.org/
database of international medical, biotechnical, and scientific events.
http://www.eventonline.org/
moderated panel addressing a linked series of fundamental questions about science, technology, and society. Columbia University, New York, NY.
http://www.livingwiththegenie.org/
global database of current science events including conferences, meetings, scientific awards, and courses. Covers life, physical, and earth sciences.
http://www.natureevents.com/
featuring pairs of researchers discussing provocative scientific questions. Held at U.C. Berkeley.
http://www.wonderfest.org/
Articles on the art and science of criminal investigation, covering numerous types of evidence including fingerprint, physical, testimonial, and behavioral.
http://www.crimeandclues.com/