- Center for History of Physics - American Institute of Physics (3)
- Century of Physics, A
Timeline presenting the story of physics in the 20th century: the people, ideas, and things. In celebration of the 100th birthday of the American Physical Society.
- Discovery of the Electron
Experiments by J.J. Thomson in 1897 led to a look inside the atom and the discovery of a fundamental building block of matter.
- Einsteinfest 2005
Paying homage to Einstein's prolific output of 1905 through exhibitions, lectures, film, music, and more.
- Galileo and Einstein
Comprehensive lecture notes examining two revolutions in our perception of the universe.
- Gallery of Electromagnetic Personalities
A vignette history of electromagnetics comprised of biographies and images of important figures and descriptions of their accomplishments.
- General Relativity
Includes a concise history of the developments and collaborations that led Einstein and his contemporaries to discovery of the theory.
- History of Physics Group - Institute of Physics
Works to secure the written, oral, and instrumental record of British physics for posterity.
- Horror Vacui?
Exhibit on the discovery of the weight of air, and the existence of the vacuum. From the Institute and Museum of History of Science.
- Invention of the Laser at Bell Laboratories: 1958-1998
Learn the whole story, what lasers are, and why they are important. Includes biographies of inventors Arthur Schawlow and Charles Townes.
- Physics and Astronomy People and Discoveries
Biographies and narratives from A Science Odyssey.
- Physics in Philately
Physics and physics-related topics on stamps, first day covers, postal cards, aerogrammes, special cancellations, and other postal items.
- Physics Museum - University of Queensland (Australia)
Collection includes instruments, books, and memorabilia.
- X-ray Century, The
Homage to the centennial of the x-ray in the form of a fictitious period newspaper with real photos, diagrams, and excerpts from Roentgen's papers and interviews.