This web page provides the lecture notes for an overview of Kepler’s laws. It includes historical notes and related classroom resources such as applications, problems, and teacher’s resources. The page is keyed and linked to appropriate sections of “From Stargazers to Starships,” an extensive site for physics and astronomy education.
The University of Idaho hosts this outstanding collection of educational materials and laboratories related to transportation engineering. The topics introduced on the site are intended to supplement a junior-level course on the subject and are commonly viewed as “the most important ones that civil engineering graduates need to understand.” Each chapter of the lab manual contains detailed theory and example problems. The lab exercises, however, will probably only serve to emphasize the most important concepts for students whose teachers are not directly incorporating them into the curricula.
Figure 1: Homology model of the human B0AT1 transporter. Legend: The homology model was created using the Swiss-Model web server (54). Subsequently, the substrate and Na+ ion were reintroduced at the original coordinates. The figure was generated using PyMOL (DeLano Scientific). A: the view from the side (extracellular side top). B: the transporter from top. Helix 1 is depicted in yellow, and helix 6 is depicted in blue. Putative regions with ?-sheet conformation are also depicted in yellow. The backbone of the protein is highlighted.