Sunday, April 23, 2006


The Internet pilot to physics: - Aspects of Physics, such as online tutorials, databases.

Virtual Physics: - Basic physics, force, tension and momentum.

Medical radiation Physics: - Rolf Sievert, the man and the unit, life and works of Rolf Sievert, focusing on his contributions the field of clinical Physics and the study of radiation.

Inertia: - Concept of inertia, with images, diagrams and online experiment.

Refraction and the ray model of light: - Six lessons on the topic of refraction of light.

Projectile motion: - Projectile motion together with illustrations explaining the concept in further detail.

Reflection and the ray model of light: - offers four lessons on the topic of reflection, including information on concave and

Momentum and its conservation: - Offers information on theories related to momentum.

The basics of Biometrics: - Explains the concept of Biometrics.

Tsunami: - a survey of past Tsunamis,

Newton's laws in action: - Teaches Newton's laws of motion from an application view point.

The wonderful world of atoms and nuclei: - (GSI) presents a history of the study of heavy ion elements and discusses their creation.

Galaxies: - Formation and types of galaxies

The death of a star: - White Dwarfs and Supernovae, Offers a tutorial on dramatic changes that can happen at the end of a stars life.

About Temperature: - Concept of temperature, thermometers, temperature scales, heat

The particle adventure: - Information on atomic structure

The exploration of the Earths magnetosphere: - Provides an overview of Earths magnetosphere and the missions

Radiation Belts: - Introduction to radiation belts

Magnetism; - Introduction to magnetism

Small comet: - latest news on account of their discovery

The discovery of the electron: - An online exhibit on British Physicist Sir Joseph John Thomson and the discovery of electron.

The Celestial sphere: - Introduction to the Celestial Sphere

Life, the universe and the electron: - Describing the discovery of the electron a century ago.

Why is the sky dark at night? : - Explanations of the physics and simple interactive experiments

A,B,C´s of Nuclear Science: - Principles of Nuclear Physics

Vectors: - teaches vectors using the trajectory of falling objects.

Potential Energy: - Basic introduction to the concept of Potential energy.

Kinetic Energy: - Basic introduction to the concept of Kinetic Energy.

Traffic light system: - Interactive simulation on traffic flow

Visual Quantum mechanics: - Quantum physics to schools and non- science students

World’s largest Optical telescopes: - The largest telescopes that are currently in operation around the world.

Searching for extra solar planets: - Solar system including recent news.

Exponentials: - Explaining exponential functions and providing exercises for additional study.

Avalanche (NOVA online): - Programme about the causes, physics and control of avalanches.

Marie and Pierre: - The discovery of Polonium and Radium

An illusion to the eye: - The aberration effect, images diagrams and video clips explain the concept of distortion and aberration of light.

National space science data center: - Astrophysics, space physics, solar physics, lunar and planetary data from NASA.

A walk through time: - The evolution of time measurements, including images.

Baryons: - Presents a wide range of information about baryons including properties and types.

Hadrons: - Presents a wide range of information about hadrons, including properties and types.,html

Exploring Gravity: - Set of physics tutorials, suitable for students in their final two years at school or first year at university.

Super strings: - The theory of super strings.

Worlds largest optical Telescopes: - guide to some of the largest optical telescopes that are currently in operation or are under construction.

From stargazers to star ships: - Explores the Earth's motion in space, Newtonian mechanics and the physics of space flight.

The soundry: - Many aspects of sound and acoustics, including the functions of the ear, the physics of sound.

Cassiopeia: - Images about Cassiopeia.

Art Ludwig's sound page: - Description of sound waves, information on soundproofing, music and human hearing, room acoustics.

Moving Targets: - The effects in physics known as the Doppler effect.

Skateboard science: - Physics of some skate boarding tricks by analysing image examples.