Links about Bohmian Mechanics
Research Groups

John Bell Institute for the Foundations of Physics
An institute that bundles many of the activities of people involved in the research on Bohmian Mechanics and foundations of quantum mechanics in general. 
Workgroup Mathematical Foundations of Physics at LMU Munich
The Workgroup Mathematical Foundations of Physics at the Department of Mathematics of the LMU Munich is a very large and active group of mathematicians and physicists working on Bohmian Mechanics and mathematical physics in general. It is headed by Prof. Detlef Dürr and Prof. Peter Pickl. 
Mathematical physics at University of Tübingen
The research group on mathematical physics at the Mathematical Institute of the University of Tübingen is headed by Prof. Stefan Teufel. Bohmian Mechanics is among their research topics. 
Bohmian Mechanics group at the University of Innsbruck
The Institute for Theoretical Physics at the University of Innsbruck, Austria, has a group of researchers working on Bohmian Mechanics, headed by Prof. Gebhard Grübl. Their homepage contains impressive pictures of numerical simulations. 
COST Action MP1006: Fundamental Problems in Quantum Physics
A European network on foundations of quantum mechanics (running from 2011  2015). The workgroup 1 is specifically dedicated to quantum theories without observers.
Websites about Bohmian Mechanics

James Taylor's website on Bohmian Mechanics
A website on Bohmian Mechanics, quantum ontology, and other quantum theories without observers, created by James Taylor, a former PhD student of Sheldon Goldstein. 
Douglas Hemmick's Foundations of Quantum
A website composed by Douglas Hemmick, a former PhD student of Sheldon Goldstein, about Bohmian Mechanics and Bell's Theorem. 
Text on Bohmian Mechanics by Pablo EcheniqueRobba
A text about the mysteries of the orthodox interpretation of quantum mechanics and how Bohmian Mechanics solves them.
Lectures

The Trieste Lecture of John Stewart Bell
Link to a video and the transcript of a lecture by John Bell held in 1989 at the ICTP Trieste. In his lecture Bell explains the central difficulties of quantum mechanics. 
Course on Bohmian Mechanics by Mike Towler
The material of the graduate lecture course "De BroglieBohm pilotwave theory and the foundations of quantum mechanics" by Mike Towler (University of Cambridge, 2009).
Videos and Visualizations

YouTube video about Bohmian Mechanics by Looking Glass Universe
A nice video explaining some features of Bohmain Mechanics. A few things should be looked over. 
YouTube videos of Bohmian trajectories by Klaus von Bloh
These videos visualize Bohmian trajectories in many different situations. The simulations are also available on Klaus von Blohs section of the Wolfram Demonstrations Project. 
YouTube video about Silicon Droplets
This video is part of the television series "Through the Wormhole", narrated by Morgan Freeman. It is about the experiments of Yves Couder who visualized Bohmian Mechanics by using silicon droplets that are guided by a wave. 
Another YouTube video about Silicon Droplets
Another video about the experiments of Yves Couder who visualized Bohmian Mechanics by using silicon droplets that are guided by a wave. 
Simulation of wave packets and Bohmian trajectories
This page by Pablo Yepes, Rice U, presents Java applets that visualize the wave function and the Bohmian particle in several situations: a free wave packet, tunneling, and the double slit experiment. 
A simulation of stochastic mechanics: the double slit experiment
Stochastic mechanics is a theory very similar to Bohmian mechanics, the essential difference being that the deterministic law of motion is perturbed by a noise term, so the particle trajectories are diffusion paths, i.e., they solve a stochastic differential equation (SDE) rather than an ordinary differential equation (ODE). Stochastic mechanics was developed in the 1960s by Edward Nelson, Princeton U. This site shows simulated Nelsonian diffusion paths for the quantummechanical doubleslit experiment. 
Interview with Freeman Dyson
Freeman Dyson tells an amusing story about him and David Bohm.
Miscellaneous

Website on David Bohm by William van den Heuvel
This website provides a variety of material around David Bohm and his ideas on dialogues. 
Bohm Dialogue, TT The Table
Bohm not only contributed to physics, he also suggested, in his book "On dialogue", a particular form of discussion, sometimes known as Bohm Dialogue, encouraging more freedom of thought. TT The Table is a group putting a Bohm dialogue online. 
Bohmian Mechanics Yahoo Group
A discussion egroup on Bell's inequality and Bohmian Mechanics founded by Eric Dennis, Princeton U. This is an electronic forum discussing the consequences of Bell's inequality and the value and status of Bohmian Mechanics.