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- The ALEPH experiment - a particle detector studying the decays of the Z boson at LEP (CERN)
- The OPAL experiment - also studying Z boson decay at LEP (CERN): Detector, Events
- The ATLAS and CMS Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
- DØ and CDF Physics Summaries - "plain English" summaries of results and publications.
- Neutrino Mass discovered at Super-Kamiokande.
- Discovery of Top Quark Announced
- OnScreen Particle Physics - particle-chamber simulation software for use in the classroom (Mac & Windows 95/NT).
- Event Simulator - a Java applet that simulates the decay of a Z boson under perameters that you specify.
- The Neutrino Mass Toy - a Java applet which allows you to experiment with neutrino mass matrices and mixing scenarios.
- SciTech hands on science center - check out their Quark Machine and Gluon Machine to learn more about these particles and build your own.
- The Fermilabyrinth - An Interactive website featuring educational games about Particle Physics and FermiLab.
- Particle Physics Activities - a set of seven, each with a worksheet and description and teacher info.
- Top Quark Activity Introduction - an exercise showing you how to use conservation of momentum and energy to calculate the mass of the Top quark.
- QuarkDance.org! - See adorable, cute, quarks shake their bottoms as they bounce around to some fun, mind-numbingly cool music.
- If you know of other humorous particle physics websites, let us know!
- Physics Central - Learn how your world works. The American Physical Society's site for the public.
- IPPEX - interactive pages on fusion, matter, energy, magnetism, and energy.
- The ABC's of Nuclear Science - a brief introduction to Nuclear Science, looking at Antimatter, Beta rays, Cosmic connection and much more.
- PhysicsWeb: The Internet Guide To Physics - an excellent site with expansive links.
- University of Oregon Virtual Laboratory - a library of Java applets which illustrate different fields of physics, including Mechanics, Energy and the Environment, Astrophysics, and Thermodynamics.
- Exploring Gravity - a good tutorial including history and three tracks for all levels of curiosity.
- Cambridge Relativity - focuses on different known and theoretical characteristics of our cosmos, plus a section on quantum gravity.
- American Physical Society Education Programs - general info on their committees and academic activities.
- American Institute of Physics Education Newsletter - "summarizes information on resources, national initiatives, outreach programs, grants, professional development opportunities, and publications related to physics and science education." (AIP) Also check out their Physics News Update, an archived weekly account of new discoveries.
- Physical Science Resource Center - sponsored by the American Association of Physics Teachers.
- Hands on Universe - pictures from optical and radio telescopes, taken by student request.
- Nobel Laureates in Physics 1901-present - descriptions of the discoveries and the people that won the award.
- Albert Einstein Online - everything you ever wanted to know about one of the world's foremost physicists.
- The Laws List - laws, rules, principles, effects, paradoxes, limits, constants, & experiments.
- DiscoverySchool.com - projects, programs, and television shows which often deal with science and physics.
- Computer Simulation Methods - a forum for the use of computers for understanding physics.
- East Bay (California) Physics Alliance - supports interaction between teachers in K-12 and teachers/researchers at higher levels.
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