Websites Regarding Linus Pauling
Listed here are a few of the many websites with content about or related to Linus Pauling and about molecular structure.
Linus Pauling Online - a portal to all of OSU's Pauling digital resources.
Homepage for the Ava Helen and Linus Pauling Papers.
The Pauling Chronology
La Cronologia de Pauling
Linus Pauling and the Race for DNA: A Documentary History
Linus Pauling and The Nature of the Chemical Bond: A Documentary History
Linus Pauling and the International Peace Movement: A Documentary History
It's in the Blood! A Documentary History of Linus Pauling, Hemoglobin, and Sickle Cell Anemia
The Scientific War Work of Linus C. Pauling: A Documentary History
Linus Pauling and the Structure of Proteins: A Documentary History
Linus Pauling's Awards, Honors and Medals
Linus Pauling's Research Notebooks
Online exhibit created in conjunction with the Linus Pauling Centenary Celebration (2001)
Transcribed video of the conference "The Life and Work of Linus Pauling (1901-1994): A Discourse on the Art of Biography" (1995)
Transcribed video of the conference "The Scientist as Educator and Public Citizen: Linus Pauling and His Era" (2007)
Websites Created by OSU Libraries Special Collections
The Linus Pauling Institute website.
The Publications of Professor Linus Pauling; searchable PDF bibliography by Zelek S. Herman and Dorothy B. Munro
A 1990 interview with Pauling at his home in Big Sur, California.
Brief biographical material with links to information on other Nobel Laureates in Chemistry.
Brief biographical material with links to information on other Nobel Peace Prize Laureates
"Linus Pauling (1901-1994)" by M.F. Perutz; journal article written on the occasion of Pauling’s death by a major European chemist who knew Pauling and his work.
For molecular structures viewable via applets. Static graphics of common molecules include vitamins.
Has animated GIF of Immunoglobulin domains which mimics Rasmol 3-D views.
Websites from Other Sources
Table of Contents
- Ways to Approach the Curriculum
- Using Archival Materials in Special Collections
- Early Years: Education, Teaching and the Chemical Bond
- Middle Years: War Work, Peace Work and Protein Structure
- Later Years: Molecular Disease and Orthomolecular Medicine
- Topical Readings
- Websites Regarding Linus Pauling
- Appendix: General Guidelines for Use of Special Collections Materials