Profiles of Scientists, marked whether they were women and if they received the first science PhD
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How to find the relationship between two individuals with a common ancestor.
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Provides bibliographies for over 30,000 authors and information about 350,000 books
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Describes the various tests used in psychology.
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This has not been updated since November, 2006 but still has a lot of information available.
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Archiving original documents. Most of this site is not free. However, there are some free titles available: US Milestone Documents, Project Blue Book (UFO Reports), Pennsylvania Archives, Papers of the Continental Congress, Miscellaneous Papers of the Continental Congress, Constitutional Convention Records, and Copy Books of George Washington's Correspondence.
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Forum 18 believes that religious freedom is a fundamental human right, which is essential for the dignity of humanity and for true freedom. Forum 18 is committed to religious freedom for all on the basis of Article 18 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Article 18 may be summarised as: The right to believe, to worship and witness The right to change one's belief or religion The right to join together and express one's belief.
Accessibility of a great number of online chemistry journals is subjected to a mixed paying policy: the publisher may grant free access to a selected set of volumes (issues) while the admission to the rest of the database may be open just to subscribers or paying visitors. Quite often the information on the availability status is hidden deeply in the publisher's website pages and this complicates finding the free part of content. The Directory makes this task easier by listing the fully and partly free journals that comply with the following criteria: publisher's grading of a journal as peer-reviewed; one-year, at least, free full-text content, or extensive free supplements to printed versions of papers; chemistry or chemistry-related subject coverage; English language of articles (journals in Russian are also listed on a separate page).
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A hypertext on the history of the United States from the colonial period until modern times. Many Primary documents found at this site.
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