The Analytical Chemistry Springboard
Other Information Resources
- Analytical Chemistry and Chemometrics Index
An index to some analytical chemistry and chemometrics informations resources on the web.
- Analytical Consumer
A monthly newsletter covering equipment, instruments, consumables, LIMS, robotics - everything used by the analytical lab. No advertising - a "consumers' report for labs".
- Analytical Methods, Products and Services
A listing of analytical methods, instruments, products and services, part of the World Wide Web Virtual Library on chemical and process engineering.
- Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biophysics
This part of the World Wide Web Virtual Library contains listings of resources on biochemistry and molecular biology, such as: A complete list of biomedical WWW sites, Biological Molecules, Biological Journals, Current Awareness Services and Conferences, Chemistry, Resources and Computer programmes for Crystallography, and Biology Internet Resources listed by topic.
- Biological Data Transport
Allows you to search for life sciences companies, reagents, supplies, equipment, bioinformatics resources, journals, references, organizations, and more!
- Biomolecular and Biosequence Databases
The table of contents of this part of the World Wide Web Virtual Library reads: Access to Multiple Databases, DNA & RNA Sequences, Protein Sequences, Protein Motifs & Patterns, Specialized Sequence Collections, 3D Structures, 2D Protein Gels, Codon Usage Tables, Metabolic Compound & Pathway Databases, Micellaneous Biochemical Databases, etc.
A huge, well maintained, and briefly annotated hierarchial index, based at University of Sheffield, UK.
- ChemEd - Chemistry Education Resources
This is an extensive list of chemistry education resources on the web. Contains sections on: Courses and Topics, Chemical Images and Databases, Chemical Safety, Periodicals and Presentations, Software, Educational Organizations, History of Chemistry, Material Sciences, plus A Science Reference Desk.
- Chemical Engineering
This part of the World Wide Web Virtual Library is very extensive! It contains links to a large number of subtoipcs, including Analytical Chemistry, Materials and Properties and Process Control, just to name a few. This is a great site for getting the information you need fast!
- Chemical Engineering Digest
The ChE Electronic Newsletter is an FTP archive of the Chemical Engineering Digest, an "FAQ-list" in Chemical Engineering, produced by Dr. Martyn Ray at Curtin University, Australia. It is certainly not easy to navigate, but may contain material of interest to some readers.
This site contains links to WWW Chemistry sites as well as FTP and Gopher servers for chemistry and chemistry-related fields. Maintained by Joey Santos, La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia.
- Chemistry Information on the Internet
Yet another annotation-free index, this one maintained at Northern Illinois University.
- Chemistry Information on the Internet
An extensive, unannotated listing of various chemistry resources on the web. This site has a search engine, so that you can perform a free text search in all sections.
- Chemistry Resources
Chemistry resources are arranged under the following headings: General Chemistry, Chromatography, Computational Chemistry, Corrosion Science, Energy / Electrochemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Fusion, Molecular Modelling, and Physical Chemistry. Also includes a section on Literature: Submission guidelines, preprints, articles and reference tools, and Conference Listings.
- Galaxy Chemistry Page
Some annotation-free links to chemistry resources, maintained by EINET.
- Internet Chemistry Index
A hierarchical index list maintained at Freie Universitšt Berlin.
- Indiana University, Directory of Biotechnology Resources
A hybrid biology/chemistry educational resource and research tool on the World Wide Web. BioTech is intended to be a learning tool that will attract students and enrich the public's knowledge of biology issues in the world today. At the same time, BioTech is also a research tool for those already involved in the broad subject of biology. By providing information about resources, as well as avenues for further exploration, we intend to open the doors of biology resources to post-secondary students, researchers, and faculty.
- Internet Chemistry Resources
This annotated hierarchial index at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY is clearly one of the more useful of the wide-spanning indices available.
- Library Related Resources, Electronic Documents & Reference
This list, based at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, contains links to a vast number of different but useful resources on the web.
- NIST Home Page
The main entrance to the National Institute of Standards & Technology [USA]. Links to departments and a search engine for NIST documents.
Your magnetic resonance internet resource guide.
- Pharmaceutical Links
Extensive list containing links to Regulatory Authorities, Health Authorities, European Union, European Medicines Evaluation Agency, Pharmaceutical Associations, Regulatory Information, Information Resources, Journals, Pharmaceutical Companies, Universities - Japan and Pharmaceutical/Medical Research.
- Reference Resources via the World Wide Web
Links to various more or (often) less useful information, such as phone numbers, area codes, subway traveller information.... You name it!
- Scitrak Buyers Guide
Scitrak offers a free, comprehensive buyers guide of scientific laboratory instrumentation, equipment, products, services, suppliers and information. The site includes scientific discussion, scientific chat room, scientific conference events schedule and poster sessions.
- Sean Morgan's Nanotech Pages
Contains links to Molecular Nanotechnology, Scanning Probe Microscopy, Molecular Modeling, Nanoelectronics and Micromachining, Nanotechnology Mailing Lists, and Macintosh Applications and Hypercard Stacks Related to Nanotechnology.
- TIPTOP - The Internet Pilot to Physics
This is the Yahooof physics. Tens of thousands of links to physics related web resources. Also a number of bulletin board for conferences, jobs, new books, and soon a comprehensive software database.
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
The main entrance to EPA. From here you'll be able to navigate to spots like "Rules, Regulations, and Legislation", "Environmental Test Methods and Guidelines", and "EPA Publications", just to name a few.
- U.S. Occpational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Another important front door. You'll find links to OSHA Statistics & Data, Standards, etc.
- WWW Links for Chemists
Links to various areas of chemistry.
The chemistry section of a great site that also seems to advocate the use of laser protection goggles , or...?
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