Louis L. Manderino Library
Films on Demand offers hundreds of video programs and segments to help you to visualize complex Physics topics! Select Science & Mathematics, then Physics to browse through all the videos.
Films on Demand: Digital Educational Video
This video collection offers thousands of full-length programs and tens of thousands of video segments! Topics include: humanities, sciences, medicine, business, social sciences, and more!
These are free websites that you can use even if you aren't a Cal student, staff, or faculty member. Feel free to add a comment if you'd like to see your favorite site listed here!
Conversion of Units
Unit and temperature converter, from the Institute for Chemistry and Biochemistry at Freie Universitaet Berlin (the Free University of Berlin).
Einstein's theory of relativity in animated videos and film clips, brought to you by the University of New South Wales' School of Physics.
Energy Citations Database
Made possible by the Department of Energy, this database provides access to over 200,000 articles and millions of science research citations from 1943 to the present day.
Physical Reference Data
Online databases provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System
Three bibliographic databases for researchers in Astronomy and Physics, provided by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) and NASA.
Wolfram|Alpha: Computational Intelligence
Wolfram|Alpha is a "computational knowledge engine." It generates output by doing computations from its internal knowledge base, instead of searching the Web and returning links. Great for factual, statistical, and numerical information.
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