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- Greatest Engineering Achievements of the Twentieth Century
- National Academy of Engineering : WTOP Radio Series Archive
- Working with WTOP Radio and Federal News Radio, the National Academy of Engineering has created hundreds of radio features that highlight engineering innovations and stories that add technical context to issues in the news.
- Online Ethics Center at the National Academy of Engineering
- The sites mission is to provide engineers, professionals, and students with resources that will help them understand ethical problems that arise in their work or study, and the responsibilities of research.
- provides radioactive waste management professionals with sources via its WasteLink directory. The Choice review states: Since radioactive waste is a hotly debated and emotional issue, the site developers tried to present all facets of the story in nonpartisan fashion. This attempt at nonbiased coverage has earned the respect of a wide range of organizations and institutions representing very diverse views.
- Why Tech Engineering
- A brief outline of the benefits of an engineering degree from Georgia Tech's School of Engineering
- Ultimate Civil Engineering Directory
- Zero Waste America
- an advocacy Web site whose goal is the promotion of a federal waste management plan; as such it contains much that is editorial in nature, but it also presents a considerable amount of useful factual information.
- What You Need to Know about Energy
- Developed by the National Academy of Sciences this site is aimed at the general public and grades 8-12 education institutions. The site is easy to navigate, and the layout is simple and very readable, yet visually pleasing. The information is presented in a way that is understandable to high school students or non-scientists in the general public.