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Engineering; General and Reference Works
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TED is a nonprofit devoted to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short, powerful talks (18 minutes or less). TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics, from science to business to global issues, in more than 100 languages. Meanwhile, independently run TEDx events help share ideas in communities around the world. This site makes available the best talks and performances from past TED conferences. As of Jan. 2009, more than 200 talks are available. Also includes a blog.
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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Engineering; Physics and Astronomy
This database is included in the NIST ChemWeb Book. Accurate thermophysical properties are available for several fluids. These data include the following: density, Cp, enthalpy, internal energy, viscosit, Joule-Thomson coefficient, specific volume, Cv, entropy, speed of sound, thermal conductivity, and surface tension (saturation curve only).
Database topics
Engineering
A comprehensive online resource for finding companies and products manufactured in North America where you can: place orders online; view and download millions of computer aided design (CAD) drawings; view thousands of online company catalogs and websites. Search by: Product or service, company name, or, brand name and limit by geographic location.
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Medicine; Engineering; Environmental Studies; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Toxicology and Chemical Safety
  • CCRIS (Chemical carcinogenesis research information system)
  • ChemIDplus Lite (available for name and RN searching without the need for plugins or applets)
  • ChemIDplus Advanced (web based chemical identification and structure search database)
  • DART (Developmental and reproductive toxicology)
  • Gene-Tox (Genetic toxicology)
  • Haz-Map (database linking chemicals, jobs and diseases)
  • Household Products (potential health effects of chemicals in 5,000 common household products)
  • HSDB (hazardous substances data bank)
  • IRIS (Integrated risk information system)
  • ITER (International toxicity estimates for risk)
  • LactMed (database of drugs and other chemicals to which breastfeeding mothers may be exposed)
  • TOXLINE (Toxicology information online)
  • TOXMAP (Environmental health e-maps)
  • TRI (Toxic chemical release inventory).
A computerized system of files oriented to toxicology and related areas. It is managed by the National Library of Medicine's Toxicology and Environmental Health Information Program (TEHIP). TOXNET is an integrated system containing modules for building and reviewing records as well as providing sophisticated search and retrieval features for NLM online users.
Database topics
Engineering; Physics and Astronomy
The Thermophysical properties of matter database (TPMD), contains thermophysical properties of over 5,000 materials with approximately 50,000 data curves. This database is searchable by material, by property, or by partial string (name). For all data curves, the material composition, experimental conditions, raw or smoothed data, and references are given. Dynamic graphing capabilities allow users to compare the same property of multiple materials, change scale ranges, and export and import data.
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Government Information: United States; Engineering; Earth Sciences; Physics and Astronomy; History of Science and Technology; Chemistry and Chemical Engineering
The Technical Report Archive & Image Library (TRAIL) is an initiative of the Center for Research Libraries (CRL) -- in which Stanford Libraries is participating -- to identify, digitize, archive, and provide access to federal technical reports issued prior to 1975. Technical reports communicate research progress in technology and science; they deliver information for technical development to industry and research institutions contributing to the continued growth of science and technology. These highly detailed reports contain valuable information serving specialized audiences of researchers. While availability to more recent (1994́⁰₃current) technical report literature has greatly improved with Internet access via the National Technical Reports Library (NTRL) -- also listed on databases.stanford.edu -- legacy technical report documents remain elusive to researchers. Most large research libraries across the country have sizeable collections of federally funded technical research reportś⁰₄frequently a million or more ranging from several pages to several hundred pages. An example of some report series digitized include: --U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Civil Effects Test Operations (AEC-CEX) --U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Lovelace ------Foundation for Medical Education and Research (AEC-LF) --U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Health and Safety Laboratory (AEC-HASL) --U.S. Atomic Energy Commission, Radiation Instruments Branch (AEC-RIB) --U.S. National Bureau of Standards, Monographs --U.S. Bureau of Mines Bulletin