A visual cognition research and development laboratory, located at Louisiana State University, for improving biological and botanical learning via visual probes, templates and filters.
Examines the condition of bioscience literacy through current issues on environment, biodiversity, genomics, biotechnology, evolution, and biology. Peer-reviewed articles are accepted from scientists and educators.
Extensive digital library of biological resources for biology teaching and research at all educational levels. Requires a free registration.
Life scientists can share and watch videos online. Videos can be related but not limited to biology, neuroscience, histology, pathology, immunology, laboratory methods, techniques and procedures.
Educational site and software for biology and medicine in high and secondary schools. Provides animations of biological processes (in VRML format).
BEDROCK is an NSF-funded project aimed at integrating bioinformatics throughout the undergraduate biology curriculum, encouraging students to explore and analyze actual data in a way that recreates the experience of conducting research.
Interactive virtual labs, animations, and web videos through which one can learn about various aspects of biology. Also offers a virtual museum.
Teaching resources for biology and genetics by D G Mackean, including PowerPoint presentations and experimental work. Mainly for GCSE and IGCSE.
Information for anyone interested in applying the latest brain research to best practices in education.
Offers free online courses, videos, photos and video lectures by qualified biologists.
Interactive Atlases show views of organs reconstructed from slices.
Provides a number of short scientific videos provided by DnaTube members who wish to share their scientific experiences. Most members are graduate students from universities around the world.
Provides video lectures, online courses and animations on a range of biology and neuroscience topics.
Short biology quizzes to test your knowledge and understanding.
A hands-on project that teaches science and respect for life.
Welcome to human anatomy on-line, a place for fun, interactive and educational views of the human body.
The science and issues behind modern biological research.
Excellent introductory biology text adapted from print version by Dr. John W. Kimball, retired from Harvard University.
Has tutorials and problem sets for learning biochemistry, cell, developmental, human, and molecular biology, Mendelian genetics, and immunology.
Ask-A-Scientist, fun educational activities, and information resources - from Washington Univ.-St. Louis.
Well-researched, educational descriptions of the actual science behind current news stories. From the University of Wisconsin, supported by the National Institute for Science Education of the NSF.
Provides guides to procedures in laboratories including Transgenic Fly, Bacterial Identification, Cardiology, Neurophysiology and Immunology provided by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
3D human anatomy visualization tool providing detailed models of all body systems.
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