- Animations and Models
- Absolute Zero
- Companion to NOVA special about
the story of the harnessing of cold and the race to reach the lowest temperature possible. Also includes information about the hottest temperatures.
- Amusement Park Physics
- Shows how the laws of physics affect amusement park ride design.
- Atmospheric Optics
Light playing on water drops, dust or ice crystals in the atmosphere produces a host of visual spectacles...Find out where to see them and how they form.
- Bad Physics
- Build an Atom
- Simple graphical tool showing the increasing complexity of atoms as one moves through the periodic table.
- CK12 Flexbooks: Physics
- Free online supplemental physics textbooks funded by the state of Virginia for its schools.
- Contemporary Physics Education Project
- Information about particle physics, plasma physics, and nuclear science.
- E=mc2 Explained (audio)
- NOVA asks,
How would 10 top physicists—two Nobel Prize winners among them—describe Einstein's equation to curious non-physicists?
- Einstein for Non-Geniuses (video)
- Short streaming video from National Geographic explains Einstein for non-scientists. (Prefaced by brief National Geographic Channel commercial.)
- Einstein Light
- Online learning modules give a short introduction to the theory of relativity. Includes links to further information.
- The Elegant Universe
- Companion to the PBS NOVA special about string theory.
- The Fabric of the Cosmos (video)
A four-hour series based on the book by renowned physicist and author Brian Greene, takes us to the frontiers of physics to see how scientists are piecing together the most complete picture yet of space, time, and the universe.
- Inquiring Minds
- Articles about particle physics and its study from Fermilab.
- iPod Physics / YouTube: iPod Physics
- Equations, examples, and explanations of various physics concepts; the associated YouTube channel has hundreds of videos.
- The Large Hadron Collider
- CERN explains what its LHC is all about, the experiments that are done there, and other facts and figures.
- Learn AP Physics - Physics B
This non-calculus, college-level physics curriculum includes Newtonian mechanics, thermodynamics, waves, sound, optics, electricity, magnetism, atomic physics, nuclear physics, and relativity.
- Learn AP Physics - Physics C
- An AP Physics C course in two parts - one covering Mechanics (motion, work, energy) and one convering Electricity (with magnetism circuits, electromagnetism).
- Learn Physics Today
- An interactive page from ThinkQuest about mechanics, light and waves, and electricity.
- Light and Matter.com
- Free online introductory textbooks.
- MagLab U.
This is one-stop shopping for nearly anything you might want to know about electricity and magnetism. Their associated YouTube channel includes stories, lectures, and demonstrations, ranging from under a minute to over an hour long.
- Minute Physics (video)
- YouTube channel featuring
cool physics and other sweet science.
- MIT OpenCourseware: Physics
- Online material for introductory college-level physics classes. Check out the video lectures for some dymanic demonstrations!
- Modern Physics: A Complete Introduction (video)
- Six-part video series from Stanford offering
a comprehensive tour of modern physics.
- Motion Mountain: The Physics Textbook
- Free online physics textbook.
With little mathematics, starting from observations of everyday life, the text explores the most fascinating parts of mechanics, thermodynamics, special and general relativity, electrodynamics, quantum theory and modern attempts at unification.
- Information and links about nanotechnology.
- Official String Theory Web Site
- From the basics of string theory for laypeople, to the advanced mathematics involved in it, to the people who have contributed to the field, this site covers all aspects of its topic. Includes animations, links, and a discussion forum.
- Periodic Tables of the Elements
- Links to versions of the periodic table and information on the elements. From the SCC Library Chemistry page.
- Physics Central
- News, articles, experiments, and more from the American Physical Society.
- The Physics Classroom
An online physics tutorial written for high school physics students.... The Tutorial covers basic physics topics using informative graphics and an easy-to-understand language. Well-organized and thorough.
The best physics resources, all in one place. Use our search technology to match your question, age and knowledge profile to the handpicked and refereed physics websites. Nicely done and easy to navigate.
- Physics for the 21st Century (video)
Explore the frontiers of physics research with the scientists on the front lines in this 11-unit course in modern physics for high school physics teachers, undergraduate students, and science enthusiasts.
- The Physics of Baseball
- Extensive set of articles and links from a professor of physics.
- Physics to Go
An online monthly mini-magazine and a collection of more than 1000 websites with physics images, activites, and info.
- Quantum Physics Made Relatively Simple
- Quicktime videos of three lectures by renowned physicist Hans Bethe.
The presentation makes use of limited mathematics while focusing on the personal and historical perspectives of one of the principal architects of quantum theory whose career in physics spans 75 years.
- Radiation Dose Chart
This is a chart of the ionizing radiation dose a person can absorb from various sources.
- Richard Feynman: The Douglas Robb Memorial Lectures (video)
A set of four priceless archival recordings from the University of Auckland (New Zealand) of the outstanding Nobel prize-winning physicist Richard Feynman - arguably the greatest science lecturer ever.
- The Science of Baseball
- Set of articles from Scientific American which
take a look at green stadiums, the physics of baseball, and other scientific underpinnings of the U.S. national pastime.
- Sixty Symbols (video)
Videos about the symbols of physics and astronomy.
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this page last updated June 16, 2014