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View Resource SmithKline Beecham Biologicals Worldwide Vaccines

This new site from SmithKline Beecham, a "virtual gateway into the world of vaccinology," offers a host of resources on vaccination and vaccine preventable diseases. These resources are organized in three principle sections: Disease, Bio News, and Links. The first and largest section contains various reference resources for ten different diseases or disease groups, which are listed in four...

http://www.worldwidevaccines.com/
View Resource Bioterror

This companion Website to the Nova show "Bioterror" that broadcast last week is divided into several sections such as History of Biowarfare, Agents of Bioterror, and Global Guide to Bioweapons. The Flash features studded throughout may help to hold younger visitors' attention (in particular, high school-aged users). The Global Guide section, for example, has a clickable map explaining the status...

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/bioterror/
View Resource Enough to Go Around: Edible Vaccines

A great feature from the Why Files, this Web site introduces the research of plant biologist Charles Arntzen of Arizona State University, a pioneer in the development of edible vaccines. Written in entertaining and readable Why Files style, this easy-to-navigate Web site explains how edible vaccines are made, how they work, how they may significantly increase vaccination rates in developing...

https://whyfiles.org/166plant_vaccines/index.html