Aimed at providing school teachers as well as first year biology and
informatics graduates an insight into bioinformatics. The resource provides a whole host of links to other bioinformatic
resources around the world and contains sections on basic biology,
disease, model organisms, tutorials and an extensive glossary of
commonly used terms.
HHMI's online resource for animations and interactive programs dealing with biological topics. View animations, experiment in virtual laboratories and see over 20 hours of web-based video lectures.
A source for biological information. Separated into three main areas: Dictionary of Biology with thousands of terms, Biology Tutorials focusing on various aspects of biology, and Biology on the Web - a life science web directory.
A thorough genetics course starting with the molecular basics of genetics and going through topics as the causes of genetic disorders, aspects of cloning, stem cell biology and more. Full of interactivity.
A comprehensive directory of research protocols in a variety of life science fields. It contains protocols contributed by worldwide researchers as well as links to web protocols hosted by worldwide research labs, biotech companies, personal web sites.
Research and articles on the three best-known human senses: vision, hearing and smelling. Learn how humans see, how we hear and how we smell. From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Many scientists, including more than ten Nobel Laureates, were interviewed for their viewpoints on how we came to understand the DNA language of life, how we began to bend it to our own service, and what it can tell us about who we are and how our lives may be in the future.
The website represents over 25 years of experience capturing film and computer-enhanced images of living cells and organisms for education and medical research.
A stock video library provides producers with a range of subjects, and includes both live recording and computer animation.
Science center devoted entirely to public genetics education and an operating unit of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, an important center for molecular genetics research. The DNALC extends the Laboratory's traditional research and postgraduate education mission to the college, precollege, and public levels.
A website which contains the basic molecular biology that is the basis of
MIT's core Biology course, "Introductory Biology".
Rapid progress in the modeling of biological structures and simulation of their development has occurred over the last few years. It has been coupled with the visualization of simulation results, which has led to a better understanding of morphogenesis and given rise to new procedural techniques for realistic image synthesis. This hypertext document reviews models of morphogenesis with a significant visual component.
An on-line, collaborative biophysics textbook.