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- ANYL Home Page
- CHED Home Page
- FUEL Home Page
- INOR Home Page
- MEDI Home Page
- ORGN Home Page
- POLY Home Page
- IsisCB Explore is a completely open access service made possible by the History of Science Society with support from the University of Oklahoma.
- Beyond CASSI: Have you ever struggled to figure out what the journal abbreviations “C.R.” or “A.” means? If so, help is now available.
- ECHO (Exploring and Collecting History Online) Science and Technology Virtual Center.
- American Physical Society
- Historical Group of the Royal Society of Chemistry
- Royal Society of Chemistry Timeline
- Chemical Heritage Foundation
- Society for the History of Alchemy and Chemistry
- Virtual Library: History of Chemistry
- Virtual Library: Biographies of Famous Chemists
- HYLE: An International Journal for the Philosophy of Chemistry
- Foundations of Chemistry - A Multidisciplinary journal for historical, philosophical and educational aspects of chemistry.
- History of Science Society
- Classic Chemistry - Compiled by Carmen Giunta
- Classic Papers from the History of Chemistry from John Parks' ChemTeam website
- Nobel Prize Official Website
- Colorants Industry History
Websites which link to information on professional genealogies:
- Chemical Genealogy Database at the Univ. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Michigan State University Chemical Genealogy
- The Mathematics Genealogy Project at Minnesota State University, Mankato
- Chemical Genealogy of the NDSU Department of Chemistry created by Seth C. Rasmussen
- Academic Genealogy Project at Notre Dame Chemistry & Biochemistry and Physics Departments
- Biographical Database of the British Chemical Community, 1880-1970 authored by Robin Mackie and Gerrylynn Roberts
- Eric Weisstein's World of Scientific Biography
- Indexes of Biographies at the School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of St Andrews, Scotland
- Stanford Chemistry Department History 1891 to 1976
- Stanford Chemistry Department History 1977 to 2000
- An Archive of Famous Organic Chemists by Michael Smith at the University of Connecticut
- Department of Chemistry Genealogy at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst by David L. Adams
- University of South Florida Department of Chemistry Academic Genealogy
- Academic Genealogy of Chemistry Faculty at the University of Texas at Austin
- Scientific Genealogy Master List by John Andraos at York University (Toronto)
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