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         Scientists Biographies Specific:     more books (83)
  1. Life Among the Scientists: An Anthropological Study of an Australian Scientific Community by Max Charlesworth, Lyndsay Farrall, et all 1990-02-15
  2. Helicobacter Pioneers: Firsthand Accounts from the Scientists who Discovered Helicobacters 1892 - 1982
  3. A Dame Full of Vim and Vigor: A Biography of Alice Middleton Boring: Biologist in China (Women in Science) by OGILVIE, 1999-06-01
  4. Justus von Liebig: The Chemical Gatekeeper (Cambridge Science Biographies) by William H. Brock, 1997-07-13
  5. Reentry Programs for Female Scientists by Alma E. Lantz, Marna C. Whittington, 1980-04-15
  6. Hugh Miller: Stonemason, Geologist, Writer by Michael Taylor, 2007-09-25
  7. I Am Not What I Am: APsychologist's Memoir Notes on Managing Personal Misfortune by Thomas F. Linde, 2001-09
  8. Not Much of an Engineer: An Autobiography/R 12 by Stanley, Sir Hooker, 1991-12
  9. Where to Go, What to Do, When You Are Bern Porter: A Personal Biography by James Schevill, 1993-01
  10. Strange Blooms: The Curious Lives and Adventures of the John Tradescants by Jennifer Potter, 2008-04-10
  11. Call Me Crazy: Stories from the Mad Movement by Irit Shimrat, 1997-05
  12. Advances in Motivation and Achievement: Women in Science (Advances in Motivation and Achievement)
  13. Atomic Bomb Scientists: Memoirs, 1939-1945
  14. The Magus of Freemasonry: The Mysterious Life of Elias Ashmole--Scientist, Alchemist, and Founder of the Royal Society by Tobias Churton, 2006-06-27

1. Specific Titles Biographies Books Publications Shopping English
? Life Stories http// (Biographies Specific Titles) - Scientists' personal - as well as professional - reflections on

2. Scientists - Books - Magic Bean Dip
books by category Subjects Biographies Memoirs - Professionals Academics - Scientists Subjects - Biographies Memoirs - Specific

3. Social Scientists Psychologists - Books - Magic Bean Dip
Biographies Memoirs General Subjects - Biographies Memoirs - Professionals Academics - Scientists Subjects - Biographies

4. Biographies Homework
The Presidents. Presidents of the United States top Scientists Inventors Astronaut Biographies

5. Shopping Publications Books Biographies
Biographies 58 site(s) Life Stories - Scientists' personal - as well as professional - reflections on the Earth's planetary life-support

6. Shopping Publications Books Biographies
Armed Forces Network Shopping Publications Books Biographies Life Stories Scientists' personal as well as professional - reflections on

7. Keith A. Nier. The Papers Of Thomas A. Edison Research -
Memoirs Biographies of Famous People Celebrities Browsing books in Famous Scientists / Page 19

8. National Agricultural Library Kids' Science Page
Lists of books, articles, and websites on specific agricultural subjects. Also includes related science fair projects, biographies of leading scientists, and 4H projects.
Learn About NAL
Kids' Science Page
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Find Info On... 4-H Projects Basics of Scientific Research Beginning A Science Project Biographies of Scientists ... Videocassettes
Hey kids! Do you like to eat ? What's your nutrition IQ? Do you really enjoy animals Insects too? Do you like veterinary medicine ? Is engineering what you want to do? Interested in plants or ecology ? Does chemistry excite you? These are all part of the food and agricultural sciences . If you have a special interest in any of these, maybe you are headed for a career in agriculture . Welcome aboard! Agriculture Kids, parents and teachers often contact us to ask about kids' books on agricultural topics or science fair projects. So, we created this Kids' Science Page containing lists of children's books and articles on specific agricultural subjects, science fair projects and supplies, careers and biographies of leading scientists, and "learn by doing" 4-H youth projects. Discover more ideas at these U.S. Department of Agriculture sites:

9. A Recipe For Invention: Scientist Biographies - Case Study Collection - National
A Recipe for Invention Scientist biographies, by Traci E. Morris and Susannah There are many scientists that do not have a specific website completely
A Recipe for Invention:
Scientist Biographies
Traci E. Morris and Susannah Gal
Department of Biological Sciences, Binghamton University Editor's Note: This case has an unusual format in that what follows are the teaching notes with information on suggested activities, student instructions, and lists of scientists for biographical research and study. There is no "student version" of this case. Instructors interested in adopting this exercise for use in their own classrooms are encouraged to create their own version of a case for their students from the materials provided in these notes.
Case Purpose and Synopsis
The general public, including students, have many misconceptions about basic scientific facts as well as about the people who do scientific research. In an early study, Mead and Metraux (1957) developed a composite image of a scientist from high school students. The perception of a scientist was that they were most often a man, bald but with facial hair, working in a laboratory for long hours with little or no interests outside of science. This is supported by Chambers (1983) , who developed a "Draw-A-Scientist" test that showed these stereotypes begin appearing by 2nd or 3rd grade. To most people, science is a foreign world, with a different language and highly unique customs, run by people with little outside contact.

10. African American Scientists
Web Sites General, Web Sites specific People, Books, Audio/Visual biographies of Minority scientists. http//
AFRICAN AMERICAN SCIENTISTS BIBLIOGRAPHY California Academy of Sciences Library Web Sites:
Web Sites:
Specific People
... Audio/Visual WORLD WIDE WEB - General African Americans in History A site hosted by The Institute for African American Studies listing brief biographical sketches of several key figures in African American history. African American Odyssey The exhibition "The African American Odyssey: A Quest for Full Citizenship," showcases the incomparable African American collections of the Library of Congress. African American Scientists A site that compiles the biographies of several African American scientists. African American Women The On-line Archival Collections from the Special Collections Library at Duke University featuring the major players in the history of African American women. African-American Women Inventors

11. Science Super Stars
a poster display that conveys information about a specific area that you I have a collection of high quality biographies of scientists at varying

12. Women Of Science Seminar
We begin with biographies about several women scientists through Sharon Bertsch Six of the journal entries evaluated will be in response to specific
Women of Science Seminar (Univ 197d) Fall Semester 2001 Class meets 2-3:50 p.m. TTh, Julian 307 Final Exam is Friday December 14, 2001 8:30-11:30 a.m. in JSMC 307 Professor Bridget L. Gourley Email Office Julian Science Center Room 310 Phone ex4607 Office Hours: by appointment or by chance (my schedule is posted outside my office door each week) Course Description (you’ve seen this before) Course Objective The goals of this course include developing the ability to: • appreciate the history of women in science • learn about the lives and work of a number of interesting women • analyze your own personal experiences in the sciences • understand future goals, challenges and needs for individuals in science • critically read literature about women of science • effectively summarize this literature in clear, concise oral and written formats • listen efficiently and reflectively to presentations and discussions • contribute effectively to a discussion through inquiry and interpretation • reflect, in written form, on the readings, films, discussions and other resources considered during the course

13. Documents For An Access Point
+Copy specific Information biographiesscientists 2. SCIENCE-REFLECTIONS OFSCIENTI 3. scientists-biographies. Item Type, Book

14. Library And Information Services Link To Default Screen Version
Reference sources include subject specific dictionaries and encyclopedias,collected quotations, biographies of prominent scientists and mathematicians,

15. JumpStart: Subject Page
Then use Resources by Title for a direct route to a specific article database orlibrary Science biographies, biographies of prominent scientists and
Looking for your favorite database? Then use Resources by Title for a direct route to a specific article database or library online resource. Simply use the menu to select a resource, or scroll down the page to read database descriptions. Quick list:
Academic Search Premier (EbscoHost) AccessScience ACM Digital Library AH Search (FirstSearch) Alternative Press Index (FirstSearch) Alternative Press Index Archive (FirstSearch) America: History and Life Basic BIOSIS (FirstSearch) Biography Resource Center (InfoTrac) Biology Digest (FirstSearch) Books In Print (BIP) Business and Company Resource Center (InfoTrac) Business Source Premier (EbscoHost) Cabell's Directories CCH Internet Human Resources Research Network CCH Internet Tax Research Network Choice CINAHL (OvidWeb) CLASE and Periodica (FirstSearch) Clinical Pharmacology (EbscoHost) Computer Database (InfoTrac) Conference Board Contemporary Authors (InfoTrac) Contemporary Women’s Issues (FirstSearch) Corporate Affiliations CQ Researcher Criminal Justice Abstracts Dissertation Abstracts (FirstSearch) EbscoHost EconLit (FirstSearch) Encyclopedia Britannica Online ERIC (CSA) ERIC database Ethnic NewsWatch Expanded Academic ASAP (InfoTrac) Fact book FactSearch (FirstSearch) FirstSearch Forrester Gartner Group General Business File ASAP (InfoTrac) General Reference Center Gold (InfoTrac) General Science Full Text (HW Wilson) GEOBASE (FirstSearch) GLBT Life (EbscoHost) Good Quotes for Speakers Health and Wellness Center (InfoTrac) Health Reference Center Academic (InfoTrac)

16. Women In Science
specific biographies To find information about women scientists in particularfields Anthropology Margaret Mead, A Life GN21.M36H691985X STX
Booth Library
Eastern Illinois University
Women in Science A Selected List of Resources
To Use the Online Catalog
(Illinet Online)
Try the Following Subject Headings for Materials about Women in Science:

See also other headings
beginning WOMEN:
See also other headings
beginning WOMEN IN:

To Find Books Browse the Shelves in these Call Numbers for the following Subject Areas:
  • R692-Women in Medicine
  • Q130-Women in Science

To Define Your Topic and Begin Your Research use: ENCYCLOPEDIAS and DICTIONARIES
    -Black Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia (2 vols. with classified list of biographical entries) E185.86.B5421993 REF E185.86.B5421993b STX -Encyclopedia of World Biography (2nd ed., 17 vols.) -Jewish Women in America: An Historical Encyclopedia (2 vols with classified list of biographical entries) -The McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of World Biography (12 vols.)

17. Brown SEL Resources: Scientific Biography
Includes over 20000 biographies, many of them nonscientists. Use the searchterm biography (with or without specific other qualifiers) to locate

Brown Library Home
General Information Resources Engineer's Library Blueprint ... Satellite Libraries
Scientific and Engineering Biographies
Subject Librarian: Fred O'Bryant I'd like to schedule a Research Tutorial
  • 100 Distinguished European Chemists from the Chemical Revolution to the 21st Century
    The Federation of European Chemical Societies initiated, as a Millennium Project, the celebration of Distinguished European Chemists spanning a period of over two hundred years. Member societies and individuals were invited to submit their nominations of distinguished European chemists from the end of the 18th century until the present day. In addition to Nobel Prize winners, there were nominations of many others from Europe who have, over more than two centuries, transformed the science and influenced science, industry or society worldwide.
  • Science Biography: Guide to Reference Sources
    A large annotated list of printed reference sources arranged by discipline. Gives LC call numbers which may or may not correspond to ones here at UVA. Check VIRGO to see if the library owns the book. No links to other Web resources.
  • African-American Mathematicians
    A compilation of information on African-American mathematicians from the "Ask Dr. Math" web site.
  • 18. BUBL LINK: Scientists
    Also includes short biographies of over 150 other Canadian scientists. information about scientists, including individuals and those in specific subject
    BUBL LINK Catalogue of Internet Resources Home Search Subject Menus Countries ... Z
    Titles Descriptions
  • Albert Einstein Online American Association for the Advancement of Science Anders Celsius (1701-1744) As We May Think ... Voices from the Archive
  • Comments:
    Albert Einstein Online
    Extensive collection of links to biographies, papers, quotations and pictures of Albert Einstein.
    Author: Friedman, S. Morgan
    Subjects: cosmology, physics education, relativity, scientists
    Resource type: biography, index
    American Association for the Advancement of Science
    Society to promote public understanding of science. Offers details of membership, events, news, programmes and information about society's journal, Science.
    Author: AAAS
    Subjects: science education usa, scientists
    Resource type: institution
    Anders Celsius (1701-1744)
    Short biography of the scientist Anders Celsius, which describes his education, his construction of the Celsius thermometer, and discovery of the cause of the aurora phenomenon.
    Author: Uppsala University
    Subjects: scientists DeweyClass: Resource type: biography
    As We May Think
    Influential 1945 article published in Atlantic Monthly which urged that scientists should attempt to make more accessible their 'bewildering store of knowledge', to give them 'access to and command over the inherited knowledge of the ages', including a proposal for what is now known as hypertext.

    19. Reference * Encyclopaedias The Information Contained Within The
    In reference to the biographies on scientists, each entry provides the correct The table is, as are the historical overviews, divided into specific
    Reference Encyclopaedias The information contained within the biographies of scientists from multicultural backgrounds was gathered through the use of three encyclopaedias - The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, Encyclopaedia Americana and Encyclopaedia International, as well as one textbook entitled, Science In The Multicultural Classroom. The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, published in 1994 (15th edition) by the Peter B. Norton Publishing Group, relies upon editorial advice from committee members from numerous university faculties from Australia, Canada, England, Scotland, Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France and the Netherlands, for the information contained within its volumes. The index is arranged alphabetically and if the scientists are known by other names, which was quite common during the early and medieval periods, then all known names are stated in the index entry. Also appearing in the index entry after the name are the scientists' nationality and vocation in brackets. Listed under each name, the index entry provides cross-references as well as stating the specific subject in conjunction with the scientists to which reference is being made. The entries in the encyclopaedia volumes begin by stating, in full, the name of the scientists and in brackets the year of birth (sometimes an approximation) and the year of death (if applicable) as well as the date and place of birth and death, if known. If the name of a city or region has changed, then the new names are stated in brackets.

    20. University Libraries
    Also includes brief biographies on one hundred prominent scientists in history . Applied Science and Technology Abstracts Subjectspecific database
    breadCrumbs("",">","index.html","crumbtext","crumbtext","crumbtext","0"); Research Resources About the CAS Library Library Newsletter
    QuickSEARCH Library Web Site Library Catalog QuickLINKS University Libraries Library Catalog Article Resources Subject Resources ... InfoCAS Newsletter
    Composition 102 Handouts (PDF files) REMEMBER: If you are performing library research from any location not on the UC campus, you need to login to the proxy server for Off Campus Access . Most resources on the library's website are only licensed for authorized UC users. Use the resources below to help you find a profile or paper topic. If you already know your topic, use these to find related keywords and key phrases.
    Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center
    One-stop source for information on social issues. Includes viewpoint articles, topic overviews, statistics, primary documents, links to web sites, and full-text magazine and newspaper articles.

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