Scientific research on Qigong goes on all the time. Lots of research results here.
What particular aspects of Taiji really interest you most today?
"Only the mind and beyond interest me. Teaching how to bring the body under the control of the mind is my chosen area in which to help people. Personally, as the mind goes deeper towards its source, my interest is gathered in by that process. Health and self defence are very minor interests." - Patrick Kelly, New Zealand
Sober information on Tai Chi, Qigong, Traditional Chinese Medicine (acupunkture og herbs), Taoism, articles & news on scientific research into Qi.
Regardless of the Tai Chi style you practice, the concept of Tensegrity may promote deeper understanding and development. Here an excellent review on the interaction between muscles, tendons, and skeletal structure that serious training reveals to the individual.
Chip Ellis studied with the Tung Family for many years. His website holds useful and interesting info available on Tung Family Tai Chi.
The Classics use terminology from Tai Chi's philosophical roots in Taoism and Traditional Chinese Medicine. The use of these specialized terms may seem difficulty to understand for the beginner. Read for yourself...
A search on Tai Chi at BBC reveals a great number of articles and videoes on this art.
Contains overwhelming many Tai Chi links.