- North Carolina State University has a well-organized list of physics demonstrations with descriptions, photographs, and videos at http://demoroom.physics.ncsu.edu/html/.
- An excellent set of science and engineering student resources for technical presentations, correspondence, and other written documents can be found at http://www.writing.engr.psu.edu/.
- NASA has a webpage at http://www.nasa.gov/audience/foreducators/postsecondary/index.html devoted to higher education.
- A discussion of the ancient Antikythera astronomical clock and working replicas of it are online at http://www.universetoday.com/95733/the-antikythera-time-machine/.
- NaRiKa corporation specializes in Genecon (hand-cranked generator) electrostatic experiments and has many videos of them starting at http://global.narika.jp/product.
- The Physics Front is a large collection of resources for teaching middle and high school physical science at http://www.thephysicsfront.org/.
- A blog related to STEM issues is available at http://blogs.heacademy.ac.uk/stem/.
- If you are not part of the PHYS-L listserver community, I highly recommend it. It has moved to a new address on the web at http://www.phys-l.org/.
- Undergraduate physics students at the University of Leicester publish articles in their online Physics Special Topics journal at https://physics.le.ac.uk/journals/index.php/pst/.
- The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, CO describes their educational programs at http://www.nrel.gov/ education/.
- A middle-school physics student wanted to share with you a page he found about why our ears pop when we fly at http://www.cheapflights.com/promos/in-flight-barotrauma/.
- You may enjoying browsing the webpages of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science at www.mpiwg-berlin.mpg.de/en/ resources/.
- The Math and Science Partnership Network is supported by NSF to assist with No Child Left Behind efforts in K-12 technical education at http://hub.mspnet.org/.
- The Nuffield Foundation for Science and Mathematics Education and the IOP have a website called Practical Physics at http://www.nuffieldfoundation.org/practical-physics for secondary and college physics experiments.
- These days one hears a lot about cloud applications. A project library for image processing is at http://pointclouds.org/.
- A reader of this column drew my attention to the list of resources devoted to spaceflight and geomagnetism at http://www.phy6.org/ readfirst.htm.
Carl Mungan is an Associate Professor of Physics at the United States Naval Academy.
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