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1. Hauptseite - Department Of Physics, ETH Zurich
Contains links to the various departments and an organization chart. Contains limited English.
http://www.phys.ethz.ch/

2. DC Circuits
DC CIRCUITS © Department of physics, University of Guelph. Exit tophysics Tutorial Menu Understanding Electricity Program Our
http://www.physics.uoguelph.ca/tutorials/ohm/Q.ohm.html

3. Howstuffworks "How Boomerangs Work"
Illustrated tutorial explains the physics behind the propellerlike flight of the boomerang.
http://www.howstuffworks.com/boomerang.htm

Extractions: Table of Contents Introduction to How Boomerangs Work What is It? Why Does It Fly? Why Does It Come Back? How Do I Throw One? How Was It Invented? Lots More Information When most of us think of boomerangs , we imagine somebody (quite possibly a cartoon character) throwing a banana-shaped stick that eventually turns around and comes right back to the thrower's hand (possibly after hitting another cartoon character in the head). This idea is simply amazing, and as children, our first reaction to such a device was: This stick is obviously possessed with magical powers! Of course, the person or people who discovered the boomerang hadn't actually found a magical stick, but they had come upon an amazing application of some complex laws of physics. In this edition of HowStuffWorks , we'll break down the physical principles that make boomerangs work, see what happens as a boomerang flies through the air and find out the proper way to throw a boomerang so that it comes back to you. We'll also delve a little into the history of boomerangs to see how they came about in the first place. Boomeranging is an amazing demonstration of scientific principles as well as a terrific sport you can enjoy all by yourself.

4. PhysicsWeb - Resources
physicsWeb physics news, jobs and resources, IoP. HOME NEWS physicsWORLD physics JOBS RESOURCES EVENTS BEST OF physicsWEB BUYER S GUIDE.
http://physicsweb.org/resources/home

5. Living State Physics
SQUID magnetometry, cardiac electrodynamics, cellular biophysics, and biomagnetic measurements research at Vanderbilt University.
http://www.vanderbilt.edu/lsp/

Extractions: Corrosion - Martian meteorite At Vanderbilt University , Living State Physics merges research at the forefront of physics with exciting and significant biomedical investigations. It is an interdisciplinary field that draws upon the tools, methods, and theories of physics, biology, engineering, and medicine, as well as computational physics and non-linear dynamics, to increase our understanding of biological systems and phenomena. Physicists have already made significant contributions to medicine and biology, primarily in medical physics, which emphasizes the application of radiation to diagnosis, imaging, and therapy; and in biophysics, which is concerned largely with the properties and behavior of biological molecules. There are, however, innumerable, unexplored biomedical applications of physics. Hence, the term Living State Physics is both an excellent name for this broad field and an appropriate parallel to the more familiar field of solid state physics, which applies numerous techniques and theories to study solids. Living State Physics elucidates, as no other discipline does, living functions and mechanisms, biological states, and pathological conditions.

6. The NIST Reference On Constants, Units, And Uncertainty
The NIST Reference on Constants, Units and Uncertainty, Information at the foundationof modern science and technology from the physics Laboratory of NIST,
http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/

7. Imaging Physics Laboratory
Limited staff and research information.

Extractions: Please click here to learn about the projects currently under investigation. The image on the left is a coronary arteriograph of a pig. It was taken during one of our animal experiment where contrast was injected into the coronary artery. The image above is the 3D reconstruction of a pig's coronary artery. The information was reconstructed from CT scans of a cast of the coronary tree.

8. International System Of Units From NIST
The NIST Reference on Constants, Units and Uncertainty, Information at the foundationof modern science and technology from the physics Laboratory of NIST.
http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Units/

9. Material Science Homepage, HKBU
Materials science learning resources for students and the public, including java applets illustrating some fundamental concepts.
http://www.hkbu.edu.hk/~matsci/

10. Introduction To The UCL Centre For Cosmic Chemistry And Physics
University College London. Research into the chemistry which occurs throughout the universe in interstellar space.
http://www.chem.ucl.ac.uk/cosmicdust/

Extractions: Webpages designed and maintained by Angela Wolff 4th June 2003 A report on the UCL meeting "Laboratory Studies of Astrochemical Processes" About the Centre " " Experimental Activities " " Theoretical Activities " " Resources People " " Contact " " Publications The purpose of the Centre is to apply research to fundamental chemical processes which are believed to occur throughout the universe. Using a unique combination of theoretical and experimental techniques, such processes are investigated in the laboratory. Comparison of these results with astronomical observations serves to increase our knowledge and understanding of the cosmos. Our first major project concerns the formation of hydrogen molecules on surfaces of interstellar dust grains and the second expands upon this to study the formation of more complex molecules such as methane. You can view a pdf document explaining the motivations and experimental activities of the centre here There are a number of academics now associated with the UCL centre and these can divided into members from the Department of Chemistry Department of Physics and Astronomy Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and past members of the group.:

11. 2004 CEDAR Workshop
Annual CEDAR (Coupling, Energetics and Dynamics of Atmospheric Regions) workshop on the physics of the upper atmosphere.
http://cedarweb.hao.ucar.edu/wkshp/

Extractions: Summary plans for the 2004 CEDAR Workshop have been written and are now available in the Spring 2004 CEDAR Post. The 2004 CEDAR Workshop will take place starting Sunday June 27, 2004 with the Student Workshop. (Please contact the CEDAR student representatives, Stan Briczinski (sjb144@psu.edu) and Lars Dyrud (ldyrud@bu.edu).) The regular workshop will be Monday through Friday, June 28 - July 2, at the Eldorado Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The 2003 CEDAR Workshop was held in Longmont, Colorado. The CEDAR Science Steering Committee , and Barbara Emery ( emery@ucar.edu ) are in charge of planning the workshop. Draft Agenda (May 31, 2004)

12. Technische Universität Graz - Erzherzog-Johann-Universität
Public engineering school, also known as the Erzherzog Johann University. Fields of study offered include civil, chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering, telematics, architecture, chemistry, physics, geodesy, and mathematics.
http://www.tugraz.at/en/

13. Superconductors - Physics - 11/17/98
A look at what makes some conductors super, from About.com

14. Radiation Physics, Inc. - Medical Physics Consultants In South Florida
Medical Specialists supplying commissioning, planning and software services. (Miramar, FL)

Extractions: Welcome to Radiation Physics, Inc. We are a group of Board-certified Radiological Physicists , Licensed to practice Therapeutic Radiology Physics in the State of Florida. cancer oncology radiotherapy medical physics consultants seeds prostate brachytherapy IMRT linear accelerator linac LDR HDR commissioning QA charts dosimetry dose We at Radiation Physics, Inc . strive to provide patients and clinicians in the Southeast, Caribbean and Latin America with radiological physics services of the highest standards. General Information: brennan@radphysinc.com

15. Northeastern State University (NSU)
http://www.nsuok.edu/departments/physics/

16. INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MEDICAL PHYSICS(IOMP)
Organizes international cooperation in medical physics and allied subjects, and contributes to its advancement, especially in developing countries.
http://www.medphysics.wisc.edu/~empw/iomp.html

Extractions: The objectives of the International Organization for Medical Physics are to organize international cooperation in medical physics and allied subjects; to contribute to the advancement of medical physics in all its aspects, especially in developing countries; and to encourage and advise on the formation of national organizations of medical physics in those countries which lack such organizations. Membership Classifications

17. Bridgewater College: Physics Department
of physics Info Department Home Courses Offered Majors Curriculum Dr. RichardBowman, chair Dr. Philip Spickler Interactive Science Activities on the Web
http://www.bridgewater.edu/departments/physics/

Extractions: 3-2 Engineering Agreements Completed - Last year, Bridgewater College signed dual-degree agreements with Virginia Tech and with the George Washington University. These allow Bridgewater students to earn a BS or BA from Bridgewater and a BS in engineering from the other institution. Applied Physics Major Added - Also, during the 2002-03 academic year, the applied physics major designed by the Department of Physics was approved by the Bridgewater faculty. More details ©2003 Bridgewater College

18. Amolf
A national research institute at the front end of the knowledge chain from fundamental result to application in society.
http://www.amolf.nl/