**Leonhard Euler**

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- The Euler Archive: The Works of Leonhard EulerThe Euler Archive is an online resource for Leonhard Euler's original works and modern Euler scholarship. This dynamic library and database provides access to original publications, and references to available translations and current research. The Archive is built around "E-pages." There is one of these pages for each of work written by Leonhard Euler (all 866 of them!).
- History of MathematicsProvides access to a plethora of historical information for mathematics. Site includes links to other web resources, a chronology, bibliographies, and timelines that connect to pages about mathematicians.
- Women Mathematicians (Agnes Scott College)Biographical essays or comments on women mathematicians (with some illustrations). Also includes prizes, awards and honors for women mathematicians.

- DLMF: NIST Digital Library of Mathematical FunctionsNIST Digital Library of Mathematical Functions
- Centre for Innovation in Mathematics TeachingThe Center focuses on progressing the research and curriculum development in mathematics teaching and learning. It includes a dictionary of units, math topics, puzzles, pastimes& competition, electronic access to the International Journal of Mathematics Teaching and Learning, and other mathematics resources.
- Applied Math and Science Education RepositoryAMSER (Applied Math & Science Education Repository) is a portal for educational resources, and resources range from science & math to arts & social studies.

- Number Theory WebThe Number Theory Web is a collection of links to online information of interest to number theorists. Number theorists are encouraged to supply links to their homepages (which should contain an email address), online lecture notes and talks, surveys, number theory computer programs and any other items of potential interest.
- Official String Theory Web SiteCovers the basics of string theory and explains it in laymen's terms. It also covers some of the history of string theory to select current research.