The Green Car Congress’ “mission is to provide timely, high-quality editorial about the full spectrum of energy options, technologies, products, issues and policies related to sustainable mobility.” This link leads to the topics page where users can browse topics within several subject headings: Vehicles, Fuels, Emissions, Energy, Business & Policy, and Geographic Region.
A thorough compedium of resources for math students and educators. Click on “Home” to see resources available for other subjects.
According to the site, the “Encyclopedia of Life is a collaborative scientific effort led by the Field Museum of Natural History, Harvard University, Marine Biological Laboratory, Missouri Botanical Garden, Smithsonian Institution, and Biodiversity Heritage Library, a consortium including the core institutions and also the American Museum of Natural History (New York), Natural History Museum (London), New York Botanical Garden, and Royal Botanic Gardens (Kew). Ultimately, the Encyclopedia of Life will provide an online database for all 1.8 million species now known to live on Earth. When completed, [it] will serve as a global biodiversity tool, providing scientists, policymakers, students, and citizens information they need to discover and protect the planet and encourage learning and conservation.”
The Encyclopedia of Earth
According to the site, this is “a new electronic reference about the Earth, its natural environments, and their interaction with society.” Use the Browse the EOE box on the right hand side of the page for navigation.
A course offered by MIT, it is now available to the public via MIT’s OpenCourseWare. Visitors to the site can check out the syllabus, view assignments and find links to related resources and readings. Some recipes are offered as well.
A resource guide from Virginia Commonwealth University, this guide provides links to online resources on a variety of topics: African-American Nurses, Men in Nursing, Military Nursing, along with biographies.
This index, from Logo Orange (a logo and branding firm), shows the history and design of famous logos.
Winner of a 2007 Webby Award, HubbleSite features a gallery of images taken from the Hubble Telescope, as well as information on Hubble discoveries, the telescope itself, and general astronomy.