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View Resource actionbioscience.org

BioScience Productions, Inc., a non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting public literacy in the biological sciences, provides the Actionbioscience.org Website. The site targets the general public and considers issues on the environment, biodiversity, science education, biotechnology, genomics, evolution, and biology in the new millennium, in addition to offering some student views....

http://www.actionbioscience.org/
View Resource Bioinformatics Organization

Bioinformatics.Org is a nonprofit academic organization that is committed to promoting the free exchange of biological information. This Web sitecurrently hosts 48 research projects, along with free software and news. The Frequently Asked Questions section provides an overview of the field of bioinformatics, other resources, and career information. Even though free, registration is required to...

http://www.bioinformatics.org/
View Resource Arizona State University-Life Sciences Visualization Group: Ask A Biologist

Teachers: Have you and your students ever come upon a question with no easy, well-defined answer. If so, then this site from Arizona State University is for you. Intended for K-12 teachers, users can submit a question and, within three days, receive an answer. Also helpful are the Experiments and Stuff, Articles and Profiles, and Web Links sections. The site's guidelines section stresses that the...

https://askabiologist.asu.edu//about
View Resource Biology Animation Library

The good folks at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory provide a number of helpful and well-designed educational materials on their site, and this Biology Animation Library is a real find. Visitors to the site can view one of a dozen animations offered here, and they can also download them for their own use. The animations include a brief overview of cloning, several on DNA, gel electrophoresis, and...

https://www.dnalc.org/resources/animations/
View Resource The Biology Corner

This particular virtual biology "corner" is maintained and updated by science educator Shannan Muskopf. On the site, visitors will find labs, worksheets, and various classroom activities. The "webquests" feature on the site is particularly interesting; this type of exercise requires students to peruse several websites that address a certain theme or topic. Some of the themes covered include...

https://www.biologycorner.com/
View Resource MathBench Biology Modules

Created by a group of educators at the University of Maryland, the goal of the MathBench Biology Modules is "to integrate quantitative approaches and mathematics more deeply into the undergraduate curriculum." As they note on their website "the modules are not full of equations and proofs. Instead we try to bring math to life using intuitive approaches, everyday situations, and even humor."...

http://mathbench.umd.edu/
View Resource Inside the Cell

The National Institutes of Health's National Institute of General Medical Sciences is committed to "basic discoveries for better health." Part of their work includes reaching out to the public through science education publications and online resources. This particular resource allows interested parties to explore the interior design of cells. The electronic booklet contains five chapters, a...

https://publications.nigms.nih.gov/insidethecell/
View Resource Reproductive Physiology Animations

These illustrative animations were crafted by staff members at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine and can be used by any number of medical professionals and students in the allied health sciences. On the homepage, visitors can get acquainted with the materials by looking through the Recent Submissions area. Here they can find animations that include a brief listing of goals,...

https://drc.libraries.uc.edu/handle/2374.UC/6
View Resource BioEd Online: Lecture Series

If you are looking to pique your curiosity about the world of biology, BioEd Online will quickly become one of your favorite sites. Visitors can look over its slide sets, its engaging mini-courses, and even check out videos of gene splicing, human anatomy, and other topics. This specific corner of the BioEd Online site features archived lectures from past thematic events and series, including...

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http://www.bioedonline.org/videos/lecture-series/