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Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA, USA
A large collection of excellent microscopic images and video's including those using Molecular Probes Quantum Dot dyes.
The British Library, London, UK
The Listen to Nature website from the British Library features recordings of over 400 animals and habitats from all over the world. Users have options of browsing the sounds by location, animal group, or habitat.
Florida State University, USA
The Molecular Expressions website features one of the Web's largest collections of color photographs taken through an optical microscope as well as other images and video.
The MicroscopyU digital image galleries feature over 1,000 images and present a wide spectrum of specimens imaged using the classical illumination techniques of brightfield, differential interference contrast (DIC), fluorescence, Rheinberg, darkfield, reflected light, Hoffman modulation contrast, phase contrast, and polarized light.
Olympus, Center Valley, PN, USA
Olympus Microscopy Resource Center digital image and movie gallery, featuring animated videos of specimens from a library of full-motion and time-lapse videos that includes chemical crystallization and pond life. In addition, there is a wide assortment of beautiful photomicrographs with interesting commentaries.
Shachar and Roy Pessis
A portal that has links to about 500 websites arranged with corporate logos in a wide range of subjects and customized to 6 countries.
Poodwaddle has a wide range of different interesting features and links. Its World Clock has a fascinating list of statistics and it keeps time too!
Internet Archive, San Francisco, USA
The Internet Archive, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Its Wayback Machine allows users to recover old websites and earlier versions of existing websites that are no longer actively posted.
Imaginova Corp., New York, USA chronicles the daily advances and innovations made in science and technology, converting often-complex concepts into "water-cooler science." It not only reports the news, it takes on the misconceptions that often pop up around scientific discoveries and delivers short, provocative explanations with a certain wit and style.
YouTube, San Mateo, CA, USA
Short videos for entertainment.
Imaginova, New York, NY, USA
This site features a rich selection of still images and video clips related to astronomy and space exploration.