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(Stars reflect Editor's rating of the quality of the source [4* scale].)
We appreciate hearing about other links.
- Dictionary of Scientific Biography**** -- perhaps the most authoritative general source, with entries composed by expert historians. Owned by many library reference sections (14 volumes).
- Sci-Philately -- scientists portrayed on stamps.
- Classic Papers -- although primarily devoted to posting original works, links to biographical information are frequent
- ChemTeam's Photo Gallery
Biology (incl. Medicine)
Earth Sciences (Geology, Astronomy, Meteorology, Oceanography)
Other Sciences (incl. Psychology)
- 4,000 Years of Women in Science (which here means mostly before 1900!?) — biographies, photos and references. Quality and depth are inconsistent, but the site has promise for future growth (**)
- photos [only] of Cambridge University graduates (scientists not labeled as a group): Carol Vorderman, Penelope Leach, Alice Stewart, Wendy Savage, Julia Shelton, Sarah Springman, Olga Kennard, Jane Goodall, Anne Campbell, Alison Brown, Margaret Bray and Jocelyn Bell Burnell
- see also African-American Women of Science
NACNAS Biography Project -- mostly interviews of current scientists. (The general theme is role models and recruitment.) [The Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americansin Science]