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Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics Biographies, historical documents and resources relating to significant female physicists from 1900 to 1976.
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Physics 2000: an interactive journey through modern physics From the University of Colorado, this site utilizes applets to illustrate scientific concepts.
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