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Listed alphabetically where reasonable, within major groupings such as nation, region, or specialty. Facilities named after individuals will be last-name-first ordered.
See also the Academics Page.

United States National Laboratories
United States Patent and Trademark Office.
Argonne National Laboratory.
Magnetohydrodynamics Page.
(This page appears to have disappeared. Tantalizing clues are to be seen at
Technology Development Division.
Lawrence Berkely National Laboratory.
Brookhaven National Laboratories.
Alternating Gradient Synchrotron Department.
Department of Advanced Technology. "The multidisciplinary activities of the Department include theoretical and experimental studies on the safety of commercial nuclear power plants, evaluation of advanced nuclear power plants, development of improved methods for safeguarding nuclear material, nuclear waste management studies, compilation and evaluation of nuclear data required for users throughout the world, and providing assistance to the international community, especially Russia and the Ukraine, in the form of training and technology improvements in reactor safety and nuclear material safeguards."
Main Public Server. Lots of neat things are here.
National Synchrotron Light Source.
Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider.
The Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory has even more links to High Energy Physics.
Geophysics Directorate, Phillips Laboratory (US Air Force).
US Navy Laboratory for Computational Physics and Fluid Dynamics.
Geophysics Fluid Dynamics Laboratory. See also the Earth Page.
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility.
Free Electron Lasers.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Laser Programs.
Los Alamos National Laboratories.
Projects and Information about the Laboratory.
National Institutes of Science and Technology (NIST). This is a great "little" site. There's a lot of brainpower associated with this organization, and all of it doing it for love and getting grossly underpaid and supplied with the latest tools of the state of the art, which they largely help define.
Boulder Labs. Lots of subdivisions at this site!
Materials Science and Engineering Laboratory.
Research Reactor and the Cold Neutron Research Facility.
Superconductivity - Electromagnetics Technology Division.
Naval Research Laboratory. The Navy wants to be very modern, in fact, it wants to be Tomorrow's Navy today. These are some of the folks who are making it happen.
Sandia National Laboratories.
Savannah River Site (US Federal Government). They do all sorts of mysterious things related to nuclear power generation.
United States Department of Energy.
Albuquerque US Department of Energy - Accelerator Production of Tritium.
Ames Laboratory.
Federal Office of Scientific and Technical Information
Office of Energy Research.

American Academia, Physics
Academy of Natural Sciences.
American Association for the Advancement of Science. This is a good jump-off point.
American Center for Physics. One of your better all-around science links!
American Institute of Physics. Promotes the advancement and diffusion of knowledge of physics and its application to human welfare.
American Physical Society. I believe that this is yet another organization dedicated to people who, unlike myself, can not only do math but enjoy it. In truth, these are the people who are quite involved in discovering things that most of us will never quite understand. Someone's got to do it.
American Nuclear Society, more of the same. I once dreamed of doing what these guys are trying to do. I guess I wish I had studied more.
Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy.
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory. Home of the Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor. Try following this link to see how they're doing.

Central and South America
Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica, Argentina. En Espanol.

European Center for Particle Physics (CERN). One of the leading lights of high-energy physics on this planet.
European Physical Society.
EuroPhysNet. An invaluable resource.
European Synchrotron Radiation Facility. The most intense source of synchrotron X-radiation in the world! Lots of links to other high-energy physics sites.
Deutscheland (Germany)
Fraunhofer Gesellschaft, Deutscheland. With 47 Institutes, it is the leading organization of applied research in Germany. Also see Fraunhofer USA, their American Division. They are really quite the leading edge company! Check out their Applied Materials Research page. If you need rapid prototypes, perhaps you should talk to them.
Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Lots of links to science in France and elsewhere.
INPT - Institue National Polytechnique de Toulouse.
IRIT - Institut Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse
Laboratoire de Physique et Mécanique des Milieux Hétérogènes Homepage (Unified Physics and Mechanics Page).
Physics Department, Warsaw University
Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics, State Research Center of Russian Federation, Novosibirsk Siberia.
Kurchatov Institute, Russian National Research Centre. Russia's foremost research institute into peaceful uses of atomic energy.
Russian Science on the World Wide Web. A very helpful index!
Academic and Research Network of Slovenia.
Turkiye (Turkey)
Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK).
Free Electron Lasers. This page is maintained by the Naval Postgraduate School.
Free Electron Lasers. This page is from the Thomas Jefferson National Laboratory.
Laser Institute of America.
Laser Links.

High Energy Physics
High-Energy Nuclear Physics (US Department of Energy).
High-Energy Physics Information Center. Their links to information concerning the Superconducting SuperCollider are invaluable.

Nuclear Fusion
Nuclear Regulatory Commission (US).
Cold Fusion.
Cold Fusion Page.
Focus Fusion Society
Try looking at the General Atomics Fusion Links Page.
Inertial Confinement Fusion - National Ignition Facility - US Department of Energy Defense Programs.
Informative Fusion Sites.
Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor, at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.
US Fusion Energy Sciences Program Homepage.

Historical & Background
Varian Semiconductor. Core technology for semiconductor manufacture. Read their history page.

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