Nanowerk Nanotechnology Portal (nanowerk.com) is a site for comprehensive nanoscience and nanotechnology resources. For the uninformed, you can start your nanowerk journey via the extensive Introduction to Nanomaterials tutorial.
Contains 1,417 nanoparticles from 102 suppliers
100's of nanotechnology-related resources to universities, research labs and institutes, individual researcher's groups, associations, networks and initiatives worldwide
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ASLI (Atmospheric Science Librarians International) is a group of information professionals that confer annually at the American Meteorological Society meeting and vote on the previous year's book releases in the atmospheric, geophysics and oceanic sciences subject areas. Note: at least one of your Boulder Labs Librarians proudly participates in this process!
Here are 2006's winners, also available on the ASLI website
Scientific and Technical Category:
Atmospheric chemistry and physics: from air pollution to climate change
John H. Seinfeld, Spyros N. Pandis. Wiley. 2nd ed.
ASLI Choice for thorough treatment and significant update to a timely topic
Callendar Effect: the life and times of Guy Stewart Callendar, the scientist who established the carbon dioxide theory of climate change
James Rodger Fleming. American Meteorological Society.
ASLI Choice for a comprehensive biography of a climate change scientist
Atmospheric Halos and the Search for Angle X
Walter Tape and Jarmo Moilanen. American Geophysical Union
Honorable Mention for nicely illustrated update to a niche topic
An inconvenient truth: the planetary emergency of global warming and what we can do about it.
Al Gore. Rodale Press
Honorable Mention for public awareness and imagery
Railroads and Weather : from fogs to floods and heat to hurricanes, the impacts of weather and climate on American railroading
Stanley A. Changnon. American Meteorological Society
Honorable Mention for unique topic in American meteorological history
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Launched in 1999, AERADE (aerade.cranfield.ac.uk) began as a gateway to quality online aerospace and defense information sources
Aerospace and Defense Resources
Over 5,000 free quality assessed resources that are evaluated and monitored by information specialists. It also contains records over 1,700 full text technical reports from the NASA Langley Technical Reports Server.
The defense Virtual Information Service is a collection of quality military and defense resources that focus on the information needs of the armed forces. It's a subset of the aerospace and defense resources database.
EDSU (Engineering Science Data Unit) provides over 1,600 abstracts to authoritative design data and methods for aerospace, chemical, mechanical, process and structural engineering.
Historical collection of over 10,000 full text significant technical papers and reports produced by the Aeronautical Research Council (ARC) and the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA).
A bibliographic subject index to articles on military science, technology, management, defense policy, strategic studies, and international affairs journals. It provides abstracts of articles and access to the full text online where possible.
Provides notification of upcoming conferences and events in the areas of aerospace and defense.
Access news stories in the areas of aerospace and defense. The links provided in NewsBrief invoke news feeds from the Moreover news service. A range of topics are covered and new links are created by the NewsBrief editor when an important story breaks.