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This web site by the U.S. Department of Education contains information on everything from learning resources to financial aid.
The Physics 2000 site is a product of the University of Colorado. This site provides interactive information on a number of subjects of interest to NDT students, including atoms, electromagnetic waves, isotopes and radioactivity, and the Periodic Table.
This site provided by Radiology Centennial, Inc.walks you through a century of radiology with information on X-rays past and present.
This site by Tokai University provides some interesting information on the development of industrial application of radiation in Japan.
This site provides basic information on metals, polymers, ceramics, composites and more. The scientific principles section is particularly useful. The materials at this site were prepared by the Materials Science and Engineering department at the University of Illinois, Urbana/Champaign by the National Science Foundation.
The Medical Radiography Home Page is an Internet resource for radiologic science professionals but also contains information that NDT students will find useful.

This site by the National Taiwan Normal University provides information on the basic function of an oscilloscope.

Exploratorium Science Snacks presents a number of experiments that that demonstrate basic scientific principles. This link will take you to the page on Magnetism.
Free-ed.net provides links to a number of good sites for on-line learning. Not all sections are fuctional.
The Physics Classroom site is an online physics tutorial written for high school physics students. This link has some good information about sound and light waves.
This ScienceMaster web page includes links to a number of Science Dictionaries and Glossaries.
How Many? is a Dictionary of Units of Measurement. For information on a specific unit, click on the first letter of its name."