Here you will find external links to some freely available resources on the web.

## Ultracold gases

- Mueller Research Group: Ultracold atom theory at Cornell
- Cooper Research Group: Many-body quantum theory at Cambridge
- Ultracold Atom News: Tracking activity in the field of neutral quantum degenerate gases
- arXiv: Daily research articles on quantum gases
- Nobel Lecture (pdf) by Eric Cornell and Carl Wieman on Bose-Einstein condensation in a dilute gas
- Newton Lecture (video) by Debbie Jin on ultracold gases

## Physics education

- PhET Simulations: Interactive simulations for science and math
- ComPADRE: Resources for Physics and Astronomy education
- PhysPort: Teaching resources based on physics education research
- CPERL: Physics Education Research at Cornell
- Demonstrations: A compilation of physics demos, with problems and puzzles
- Practical Physics: A collection of experiments which demonstrate physical concepts
- Quantum Physics: A “thematic” approach to learning quantum mechanics
- Feynman Lectures on Physics and Exercises
- Lecture notes on Condensed-matter physics from graduate courses at Cornell
- Lecture notes on Condensed-matter physics from courses at TCM
- MIT OpenCourseware: Lecture notes, exams, and videos from MIT
- edX: Free online courses on a variety of subjects
- Piazza: Free Q&A platform to aid learning
- YouTube channels: minutephysics, Veritasium, Vihart, Vsauce, TED-Ed, 3Blue1Brown
- TED Talks: A collection of TED Talks (and more) on teaching
- Duke Physics Challenges: Fun physics problems (contains links to more resources)
- Harvard Problem of the Week: More problems and puzzles
- Solving Problems in Physics: Tips for honing problem-solving skills

To find exercise problems, animations, and notes prepared by me, visit my Teaching page.

## Softwares and Computing

- Wolfram: Computation resource
- Texmaker: Cross-platform open source LaTeX editor
- CTAN: Comprehensive TeX Archive Network
- StackExchange: Useful Q&A sites on a variety of topics, including Mathematica and TeX.
- LaTeXiT: Graphical interface to insert LaTeX equations into presentation slides
- MaTeX: LaTeX typesetting in Mathematica
- TeX for Gmail for inserting LaTeX equations in Gmail
- Cornell IT — Software Licensing at reduced price for students and faculty
- PECF: Physics Educational Computing Facility at Cornell
- TCM Computing: Computing Resources and softwares at TCM and Cambridge

## Essays and Articles

- The Value of Science — Feynman
- Plenty of Room at the Bottom — Feynman
- The Meaning of It All — Feynman
- Do not remain nameless to yourself — Feynman
- What is Life — Schrodinger
- Life at low Reynolds number — Purcell
- The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences — Wigner
- The Relation between Mathematics and Physics — Dirac
- A Mathematician’s Apology — Hardy
- On Being the Right Size — Haldane
- Essays by Steven Strogatz on the beauty of math
- Bigyan: A Bengali popular science magazine “for those who love, or fear, science”
- Physics: Highlights from Physical Review and Physical Review Letters for non-experts
- More popular science magazines: Scientific American, Discover, NatGeo, Physics Today
- arXiv: Repository of electronic preprints of scientific papers
- PRL Collections: Free-to-read influential papers from Physical Review Letters
- The Net Advance of Physics: Review articles and tutorials in an encyclopedic format

## Podcasts

- The Infinite Monkey Cage: Scientists and comedians discuss science and pseudoscience
- In Our Time: BBC Radio 4 discussion series exploring the history of ideas
- BBC podcasts on Science and Nature
- A list of “20 best science podcasts on the internet”

## Collected works

#### Science

- Richard Feynman — There are numerous great resources on the web, e.g., visit richard-feynman.net and follow the links, read his Nobel Lecture, or explore videos on YouTube
- Albert Einstein — The Collected Papers, Einstein Archives Online, and more resources
- Issac Newton — The Newton Project, Newton Papers
- James Clerk Maxwell — The Scientific Papers, James Clerk Maxwell Foundation
- Michael Faraday — His Life and Work, The Chemical History of a Candle
- Satyendra Nath Bose — Collected Scientific Papers, The Quantum Indians
- Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman — C.V. Raman and his work
- Charles Darwin — Darwin Online, Darwin Correspondence Project
- Leonhard Euler — The Euler Archive
- Srinivasa Ramanujan — Papers and Notebooks, The Mathematician and His Legacy

#### Humanities

- Rabindranath Tagore — The Complete Works, Rabindra Rachanabali, Documentary
- Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay — Sarat Rachanabali
- Sukumar Ray — Complete works, Documentary
- William Shakespeare — The Complete Works, Open Source Shakespeare
- Charles Dickens — The Complete Works
- Oscar Wilde — The Oscar Wilde Collection, Complete Works
- Lewis Carroll — The Complete Works
- Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi — Gandhi Heritage Portal

## Miscellaneous

- Personal and Historical Perspectives of Hans Bethe: Conversations and lectures
- Chandrasekhar Centennial Symposium: Talks on the legacy of Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar
- CornellCast: Video and audio recordings of lectures, discussions, and performances at Cornell
- World Science Festival: Panel discussions on a variety of interesting topics
- Internet Archive: Free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more
- Project Gutenberg: Free ebooks
- Cornell University Library and Passkey bookmarklet for off-campus access
- Cambridge University Library and Lean library extension for off-campus access
- 13 best science books for the general reader according to Steven Weinberg
- Big Think, Web of Stories, and Edge: Stimulating interviews
- Gapminder: Illuminating graphics to promote a fact-based world view