ACCVIP: the Computational Chemistry via the Internet Project
A set of web-based teaching modules.

  • Welcome to the ACCVIP Australian Computational Chemistry via the Internet Project

  • This has developed from the Computational Chemistry Project which was funded by the Australian Government in 1995

  • Index on the Web Freely available (Partially via the Internet) about the project presented at conferences Chemistry-related Other pages on this server formerly Medicinal and Agricultural Division of RACI Contact for more information

    Computational Chemistry Resources on the WWW
    Directory of links related to computational chemistry. Offers several tutorials
    for understanding the basics of molecular structure and molecular modeling ...

    International Global Atmospheric Chemistry Project
    Aimed at developing a fundamental understanding of the processes determining
    atmospheric composition, understanding interactions between atmospheric chemical ...

  • Core Project Offices Updated Nov

  • 2004 Atmospheric Properties & Processes A Core Project of the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme () In Cooperation with IAMAS Commission on Atmospheric Chemistry and Global Pollution Web page maintained by the Seattle IGAC office, which is located in NOAA PMEL's Atmospheric Chemistry Program (-)

    ACS Chemistry
    Designed to help students review key concepts through interactive exercises,
    visualization, and other learning tools. Resources are organized by chapter and by ...


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    The Information Retrieval in Chemistry
    A compendium of chemistry resources by field and by topic.

  • This server, located at the, NCSR 'Demokritos', is part of the 'Information Retrieval in Chemistry' Project which was initiated in 1990

    The Biology Project: Biochemistry
    Problem sets, links, and interactive activities.

    The Biology Project
    Excellent tutorials and problem sets for learning Biochemistry, Cell Biology,
    Developmental Biology, Human Biology, Molecular Biology, Mendelian Genetics, ...

    BUBL Information Service
    Catalogue of selected Internet resources covering all academic subject areas.
    All items are selected, evaluated, catalogued and described by experts.

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    The OpenScience Project: Chemistry
    A collection of links for Open Source scientific software projects.

  • Open Babel is a project designed to pick up where Babel left off, as a cross-platform program and library designed to interconvert between many file formats used in molecular modeling and computational chemistry

  • They are developed constantly developed parallel to other projects that make use of them

    Chemistry Hypermedia Project
    On-line educational hypermedia for general chemistry, analytical chemistry,
    instrumental analysis, optics, and electronics.

  • The Chemistry Hypermedia Project On-line resources for students, educators, and scientists

    News articles, periodic tables, educational resources, newsletters, and annotated

  • | Thursday September 21, 2006 | Free weekly e-course! Are you ready for kid-friendly chemistry activities and games? Each newsletter features safe projects, games or quizzes, and links for additional learning

  • | Wednesday September 13, 2006 | Free e-course! Design a winning science fair project, then carry out the project with a great presentation and display

  • When you sign up for this free 3-day e-course, you'll get ideas to help decide on a project idea, insight into judging, and tips for a successful presentation and display

    Linux for Chemistry CD-ROM Project
    Bundles over 1 Gb of chemistry software, pre-built for the Linux operating system.
    Contents, screenshots, and ordering.


    Chemistry Lesson Plans, from the SMILE Project
    About 200 lesson plans.

    The CLIC Consortium Electronic Journal Project
    The aim of the project is to offer an electronic version of Chemical Communications.

    Chemistry Visualization Program at NCSA (ChemViz)
    Chemviz is a program which uses the power of the World Wide Web in combination
    with the power of the SGI supercomputer to generate images of atoms, molecules, ...

    Establishing New Traditions - Revitalizing the Chemistry Curriculum
    A systemic chemistry curricular reform projects funded by the National Science
    Foundation (NSF).

  • Last modified: October 27, 1997 Copyright ©1996, 1997 New Traditions Project

    Journal of Chemical Education Online
    Geared towards those who subscribe to the print version of the Journal, but has
    information, articles and reviews for nonsubscribers as well.

    Handmade Soap - Goat milk handmade soap
    Soap, lip bomb, and perfume sticks.

  • Handmade soap homeschool chemistry project - After making goat milk soap for a home school chemistry project, we quickly realized how drying and harsh commercial soap was to our skin

    BJ Pinchbeck offers science homework help, kids' homework help and ...
    Organized collection of links to help students find the information they need.

  • — Wonderful geology site…it's fun to travel in time — Exciting site to visit — The best volcano site on the web — Excellent review of volcanoes — Virtual field trip about hurricanes, volcanoes, deserts and more…Great! — Elementary level…well done — A real gem…sorry, I couldn't resist — Nice site — Great Geology Information from the US Geological Society — A terrific oceanography site by the Smithsonian…must see — An excellent source for tide data — Very nice Oceanography site…thanks Sparky! — Great site about the Chesapeake Bay — Interesting insect site — Do you need pictures of insects for a science project or paper? — A great site to get information about bacteria, antibodies, DNA, etc

    WWW Virtual Library: Chemistry: University Chemistry Departments
    A collaborative project where each country is indexed by a webmaster in that country.

  • Z ] The aim of this project is to bring together reliable lists of University Chemistry Department websites in each country

  • Are you willing to index your country? Or can you recommend a site in your country? If you want to be involved with this project, please contact us via our

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