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Royal Society Online Releases 60 Historic Papers

The Royal Society, a British scientific society that turns 350 years old next year, is starting its birthday celebrations a little early. The Society launched an interactive timeline called “Trailblazing,” which showcases online the original texts of 60 of its most significant papers.

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Website: Engineers’ Greatest Achievements

Ranging from electrification to laser and fiber optics, refrigeration, the Internet, and spacecraft, the Greatest Engineering Achievements website of the National Academy of Engineering celebrates 20 major engineering accomplishments of the 20th century. It offers detailed historical information, timelines, and personal essays by key innovators for each accomplishment, and can serve as helpful resource material for class projects.

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