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Nikola Tesla, Wood Engraving. 1906.
TESLA, NIKOLA. Wood engraving. Photographed by Sarony; engraved by T. Johnson. [1906?], from Famous People: Selected Portraits From the Collections of the Library of Congress

Science Subject Guide

African Americans in Medicine: Selected Titles (Science Reference Guide)

African Americans in Science and Technology: Selected Titles(Science Reference Guide)

African Americans in Science, Selected Exhibit Reading List (Science Reference Guide)

African-American Science Books for Young Readers (Science Tracer Bullet)

African Americans in Science and Technology (Selected Internet Resources)

African American Women in the Military and at War: Selected Reading List (Science Reference Guide)

African American Women in the Sciences and Related Disciplines (Science Tracer Bullet)

Astronomy, Women in: A Comprehensive Bibliography (Bibliography)

Biographical Sources in the Sciences -- General Works and National Sources (Science Tracer Bullet)

Biographical Sources in the Sciences -- Life, Earth and Physical Science (1989-2006) (Science Tracer Bullet)

Biography (Selected Internet Resources)

Biography of Women Scientists: For Girls and Young Women (Science Reference Guide)

Blacks in the Sciences and Related Disciplines (Science Tracer Bullet)

"Charles Darwin, Geologist", a presentation by Sandra Herbert, one of the world's leading authorities on Darwin, discussing her book in which she explores how geology changed Darwin and how he changed science (Webcast)

Galileo: 400 Years of the Telescope, a presentation by Dr. Michelle Thaller, NASA, on the real Galileo, his intriguing daughter Virginia, and the personalities and politics that led to his imprisonment (Webcast)

Index to Scientist & Engineers (Biographical File)

Islam and Science (Science Reference Guide)

Latinos in Math & Science: Resources for kids, young adults and teachers (Science Reference Guide)

National Hispanic Heritage Month 2005: Hispanic Americans in Science and Technology (Science Reference Guide)

Quotations in the Sciences, Sources for (Science Reference Guide)

Rachel Carson: Selected Reading List (Science Reference Guide)

Science and Technology in the 18th Century (Science Tracer Bullet)

Women and Minorities in Science and Technology: A Guide to Selected Resources (Science Reference Guide)

Women in Astronomy: A Comprehensive Bibliography (Bibliography)

Women in Horticulture (Selected Exhibit Reading List)

Women in Science, Technology and Medicine (Selected Internet Resources)

Women in Science and Technology (Science Tracer Bullet)

Women of Invention: Women Inventors and Patent Holders (Science Reference Guide)

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