There are many resources available on the Internet. The websites listed below are only an example and not meant to be an exhaustive list. At the time of this writing all of the websites listed are currently active, however due to the transitory nature of the Internet; this may not be the case at any future date. Additionally, information from the Internet needs to be evaluated critically, with attention to origin, author, motive, bias, and age.
"Chladni III" by Carlos Andres Reyes/Flickr.com CC BY 2.0
American Meteorological Association
Promotes the development, dissemination, information and education on the atmospheric and related oceanic and hydrologic sciences.
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory offical website.
Large Hadron Collider
the official website of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
Published by AIP, this free site contains latest updates on research, news, politics and policy, jobs and events calendar in Physics.
Physics and Astronomy Online. A website for students (undergrad and grad) of physics with general information, special topics, advice, web directories and more.
Produced by the IOP a physics community website with current news, blogs, videos , and in depth features.
Images from the James Webb Space Telescope GSFC/NASA
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