These are just a few of the many links to materials about on the history of Victorian sciences:
The writings of Charles Darwin on the web. Most of the works of Darwin as well as correspondence and illustrations with full pagination and bibliographical details.
Cell Biology (Scitable site)
Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical "The aim of the project is to identify and analyse the representation of science, technology and medicine, as well as the inter-penetration of science and literature, in the general periodical press in Britain between 1800 and 1900. Employing a highly interdisciplinary approach, it addresses not only the reception of scientific ideas in the general press, but also examines the creation of non-specialist forms of scientific discourse within a periodical format, and the ways in which they interact with the miscellany of other kinds of articles found in nineteenth-century periodicals."
Johnstonia Large collection of primary and secondary texts on the history of science by Ian Johnston.
Lefalophodon: History of Evolutionary Biology An informal and incomplete guide to the history of evolutionary biology 1800-1950 by John Alroy.
Early Classics in Biogeography, Distribution and Diversity Studies to 1950 by Charles H. Smith.
Karl Pearson, by John Aldrich.
The history of statistics by Peter Lee.
of mathematics by David Wilkins.
Francis Galton, by Gavan Tredoux.
Victorian medicine, by Henry Hattemer.
History of Mathematics by Earl Fife & Larry Husch.
A romantic natural history by Ashton Nichols.
Voice of the Shuttle, at the University of California at Santa Barbara.
Victorian Web Sites by Mitsuharu Matsuoka. One of the largest and indexes for Victorian information on the internet.
Historical Text Archive by Don Marby.
Echo: Exploring & collecting history online: Science & technology. a full collection of links to history of science on the web.
Medical History on the Internet. maintained by A.J. Wright, University of Alabama at Birmingham. A comprehensive index of sites.
History of science reference sources, by Doug Stewart.
Victorian Studies on the Web.
H-Sci-Med-Tech Email list for discussion of the history of science, medicine, and technology.
Last modified 26 July 2012