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View Resource Biological ESTEEM

Introducing students to different software packages and applications for use in biology and math courses can be quite a challenge. With that in mind, teachers in these areas will definitely appreciate this rather helpful site from the people at the Mathematical Sciences Digital Library. These particular simulations and tools draw heavily on Microsoft Excel, so users will need to make sure that...

https://www.maa.org/press/periodicals/loci/resources/biologi...
View Resource What is Bioinformatics?

For students studying genetics and biology, this very nice bioinformatics tutorial from Bates College will be most useful. Created by staff members in the chemistry and biology departments, the tutorial is designed to help students learn about how to compare the molecular structures of different enzymes and also how to use online DNA and protein sequence databases. The tutorial contains...

http://abacus.bates.edu/bioinformatics1/
View Resource UC Davis Quantitative Biology Courses

A team of researchers and education specialists at the University of California, Davis worked together to create this set of resources for students studying biochemistry. These resources help students learn how to use computer models to answer a variety of biochemical questions. The topics covered by the learning modules offered here include acid-base chemistry, Gibbs free energy, enzyme...

http://quantbio.ucdavis.edu/courses.html
View Resource Bioinformatics Activity Bank Screenshot

This resource is designed for educators hoping to teach students about the world of biotechnology and bioinformatics, and the lesson plans here are top-notch. The lessons span a variety of topics, including applied mathematics, DNA, and genetics. Visitors can scroll through six sections, including Organisms and Evolution or Proteins and Proteomics. Visitors can scroll through each area, keeping in...

http://teachingbioinformatics.fandm.edu/