Wonderful site from the Lemelson-MIT program. A number of resources are offered, including inventor profiles, an inventor’s handbook, trivia and related links.
From the Tennessee Department of Health, search for statewide restaurant inspection scores.
(On the sidebar, choose Food & Nutrition–Preparation–Modifying Recipes.)
From Extension Infonet, a joint project of University of Missouri Extension and Kansas State University Research and Extension, this site provides links for guidance in modifying recipes to suit various dietary needs, as well as suggesting substitutions for unavailable ingredients. Also on this site–Very useful sections on Food Preparation, Preservation, and Nutrition.
“The Penn World Table provides purchasing power parity and national income accounts converted to international prices for 188 countries for some or all of the years 1950-2004.” Users can compare any statistic (such as gross domestic product, purchasing power, etc.) from any year and any country. Tables can be generated in several formats.
The “Resource Center is a compilation of documents, tools, abstracts and references to help you explore specific fire and fire investigation topics.” Includes sections on fire scene investigation, insurance issues, vacant buildings, trial preparation, and product recalls.
This site, created by the Middle Country Public Library (NY) and funded by the Allstate Foundation, provides numerous resources for disaster preparation. Click on My Home for tip sheets, sample disaster plans, and home safety information. The My Workplace section provides guidance on contigency planning, financial and insurance issues, and sample disaster plans.
The nonprofit Organic Center has a library of online reports and materials related to the “State of Science” in their related fields. Topics include: Antioxidants, Pesticides, Food Safety, Nutritional Quality, and Healthy Development.