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74 APPENDIX A WEBSITES Chemical Heritage Foundation www.chemheritage.org Community Based Environmental Monitoring Network www.envnetwork.smu.ca/ Exploratorium www.exploratorium.edu/ Felice Frankel www.felicefrankel.com/ Forgotten Genius www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/julian/ Theodore Gray www.theodoregray.com/ The History Makers www.thehistorymakers.com/ Roald Hoffman www.roaldhoffmann.com/ Informal Science www.informalscience.org International Year of Chemistry 2011 www.chemistry2011.org Molecularium www.moleculestothemax.com/ Marvelous Molecules www.nyhallsci.org/marvelousmolecules/ Nanoscale Informal Science Education www.nisenet.org/ Periodic Table of Videos www.periodicvideos.com/ Science and Entertainment Exchange www.scienceandentertainmentexchange.org/ Science Cafés www.sciencecafes.org/ Science Cheerleader www.sciencecheerleader.com/ Science is Fun www.scifun.org/ World Water Monitoring Day www.worldwatermonitoringday.org/