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2nd Window ABO Blood Group
[SWBIC] (Arlene Antilla, Ph.D) A classroon activity intended to familiarize students with human red blood cells, antibodies, and blood types.
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2nd Window Access Excellence Activities Exchange
[Access Excellence] The Activities Exchange is designed for educators looking for various experiments and activities to be used in class.
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2nd Window Alphabetical List of Lessons
[University of Michigan] Links to Science lessons and experiments on the Net. This list can be accessed by subject or by age group. The lessons are from many different sources.
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2nd Window Anatomy and Physiology
[Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science] An online tutorial, featuring anatomy and physiology pictures, aimed at high school students.
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2nd Window Atoms, Ions, and Isotopes
[SWBIC] (John Palmer) A webquest and short review of atoms, ions, and isotopes.
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2nd Window Basic Concepts of Molecular Biology
[Medical College of Wisconsin] This website describes several hands-on activities that can be used to introduce important concepts of Molecular Biology to middle and high school students.
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2nd Window Bill Nye Labs Online
Bill Nye the Science Guy website contains demos and science experiments aimed at the 3-6 grade level.
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2nd Window Bio I Virtual Lab Book
[Sidwell Friends School] A lab book compiled on the web by students in a first year Biology course.
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2nd Window Biology Explorer
[Riverdeep Interactive Learning Limited] A site with handouts and lesson plans exploring molecular biology; targeting DNA.
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2nd Window Biology Lesson for Prospective and Practicing Teachers
[San Diego State Univ.] A site with lesson plans, teaching guides, and web-links for elementary school educators.
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2nd Window Biology Lessons
[Univ. of Michigan] A database of Biology lessons on the web. The list is divided into early and late elementary, middle school, and high school.
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2nd Window Biology Place
A fee/membership site for educational resources, interactive tutorials and study guides. $17/yr for students, $50/yr for educators, or $120/yr for an educator and his/her students.
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2nd Window Biology4kids
[Kapili] A tour of the basics of biology for kids, beginning with a look inside the cell.
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2nd Window Biome WebQuest
[SWBIC] (John Palmer) The purpose of this webquest is to explore the characteristics of biomes.
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2nd Window BioPharmaceutical Tecnology Center Institute
[Promega Corporation and Ophidian Pharmaceuticals, Inc.] (BTCI) A non-profit organization which facilitates science, technology, nature discovery, and arts programs for children and young adults. BTCI also offers training in biotechnology and biopharmaceutical manufacturing, promotes the exchange of information between industry, educators, and the general public.
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2nd Window Biotechnology Classroom Protocols & Labs
[Biotechnology Information Center] A set of five experiments and their instructions. Using common supplies and equipment, these experiments deal mostly with DNA applications.
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2nd Window Bizarre Stuff
[Brian Carusella] This site is a museum of classic home science experiments.
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2nd Window B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper
A comprehensive list of links for kids. The Science section covers all areas of Science and has some Biological and Biotech-related links. There are also links to information on Computer Science and the Internet.
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2nd Window Blood-Brain Barrier Outline
[SWBIC] (John Palmer) This webquest is designed to introduce the phenomenon of the blood-brain barrier.
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2nd Window Bodyquest
[Thinkquest] An interactive tour through the human body. The information at this site is at the secondary school level.
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2nd Window Chemmybear
A site with a list of chemistry related resources and links for students and educators. Information includes tutorials, experiments, study guides, and information on the periodic elements of your choice.
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2nd Window Cow's Eye Dissection
[Exploratorium] An audio-visual guide to use during the dissection of a cow's eye. It may be used alone for information or also as a supplement.
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2nd Window DNA Fingerprinting: Analysis of Crime Scene DNA
[SWBIC] This exercise examines DNA fingerprinting techniques used for identification, to compare the DNA of a crime suspect to those samples found at the crime scene.
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2nd Window Eisenhower National Clearinghouse for Mathematics and Science Education
This site contains links to lessons, activities, and classroom innovations.
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2nd Window Enzyme Unit Plan
[SWBIC] (John Palmer) A webquest designed to provide an understanding of the role of enzymes.
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2nd Window Enzymes and Laundry Detergent
[SWBIC] A laboratory activity which allows students to investigate the effectiveness of enzymes in laundry detergents.
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2nd Window Explore Science
[Oak Ridge Natl. Lab] A variety of online Science related simulations, including a mouse genetics simulator.
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2nd Window Explorer
Explorer is a collection of educational resources for K-12 Mathematics and Science education. Many resources are available in the Adobe Acrobat format.
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2nd Window Exploring Cellular Respiration
[SWBIC] A Socratic webquest exploring the process of cellular respiration in photosynthetic organisms.
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2nd Window Exploring Photosynthesis
[SWBIC] (John Palmer) A Socratic webquest which explores photosynthesis in organisms and the environment.
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2nd Window Fast Plants
[Univ.of Wisconsin-Madison] Information about Fast Plants for laboratory and classroom use. Fast Plants are a rapid-cycling form of the species Brassica rapa. Characteristics of Fast Plants include rapid growth (seed to seed in 35-40 days), uniform flowering size, no seed dormancy period, and rapid response to environmental conditions.
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2nd Window Frank Potter's Science Gems
A selected list of about 2000 science and mathematics sites arranged by subject category, subcategory, and grade level.
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2nd Window Frogland
[Dorota] Information about frogs and toads, including classroom activities and JAVA supported interactive frog fun.
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2nd Window Gene School
[ThinkQuest] A comprehensive, educational site exploring the fascinating innovations and discoveries of genetic science.
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2nd Window Genetic Science Learning Center
[University of Utah] This site provides information, activities, experiments and low cost equipment ideas in genetic science. Some of the sections presented are: teaching activities, science projects, experiments to do at home, news, and workshops.
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2nd Window GenScope
[The Concord Consortium] A learning environment that uses the computer to provide an alternative to text-based science education.
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2nd Window Get Smarter
[Council on Competitiveness] Getsmater.org is an animated and interactive testing and learning site with fun learning activities and self-assessments in Math and Science.
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2nd Window The Global Schoolhouse
[The Global SchoolNet Foundation and Microsoft, Corp.] The Global Schoolhouse contains Microsoft's teacher activity guides, Encarta Schoolhouse, and online software guides. Includes Global SchoolNet projects, listserves, and Internet training solutions.
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2nd Window The Helix
[CSIRO, Australia] An online Science magazine for secondary school students.
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2nd Window Hello Dolly
[Poway Unified School District] This site addresses both the positive and negative aspects of cloning. Through activities and research, students are prompted to use critical thinking skills and answer the following question, "What government policy should be established to regulate cloning?"
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2nd Window Interactive Frog Dissection
[Univ. of Virginia/Curry School of Education] This is an on-line virtual dissection of a frog. Using either Quicktime or GIFs, the user can perform or watch an example of the procedure. Topics covered by the dissection include muscle incision, skin incision, and internal organs.
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2nd Window ISU Office of Biotechnology
[Iowa State University] A site with online newsletters, a forum and links to help educators teaching biotechnology related topics.
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2nd Window K-12 Science Ed. Resources
[William J. Beaty] (WWW.ANSCI.com) Links to science sites and lists of other links. These links are arranged by subject area. Most of the sites contain general Science or education resources, but some are Biological and Biotech-related.
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2nd Window LabWork
[Univ. of Leicester] Nine virtual experiments including study guides, lecture notes, and lesson plans to supplement each lab.
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2nd Window MathMol Activity Center
[New York University] (structure models) Molecular modeling, with interactive multimedia activities and tutorials on molecules for the K-12 audience.
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2nd Window MicrobeWorld
[American Society for Microbiology] A guide into the invisible world of microbes, including activities and games for school children.
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2nd Window Middle School Lessons
[Univ. of Michigan] Biology and Chemistry lessons and experiments for middle school students.
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2nd Window National Centre for Biotechnology Education
[Univ. of Reading, UK] A site providing independent and authoritative information, training and resources for schools and colleges, industry, professional organizations and the general public.
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2nd Window The National Teachers Enhancement Network
[Montana State Univ.] This site contains teaching resources for K-12 science teachers as well as a listing of web-based courses for educators. The site covers Chemistry and Physics, but not Biology.
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2nd Window NOVA Online: Teachers
Information on the TV show and ideas for using the information provided in class lessons. Teachers may also post their own ideas.
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2nd Window Project Primary
[Ohio Weslyan University] Hands-on activities for teaching Science to K-3 students. The subject areas covered include Botany and Zoology.
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2nd Window Quia
A site with Java applets covering a variety of topics including Chemistry and Science.
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2nd Window Riverdeep - Science
[Riverdeep Interactive Learning Limited] "Riverdeep offers an exciting world of award-winning online science curriculum to middle and high school classrooms. Through our highly correlated simulations and multimedia activities students can master science concepts." Access to the simulations requires a subscription.
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2nd Window Schools Online Science
[Sheffield Hallam University] This site contains online science information and lab experiments for both educators and students.
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2nd Window SciCentral
An extensive, well organized database of science educational sites. Some of the categories included are biological sciences, K-12 science, and science in the news. It contains some of the same links as other databases, but is better organized and categorized, and very easy to navigate.
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2nd Window Science Alive
[Simon Fraser University] A science resource site with projects, demos, experiments, and ideas for students and teachers. Middle school level.
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2nd Window The Science House
[North Carolina State University] An outreach program for K-12 educators to emphasize the use of hands-on learning activities in science and mathematics.
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2nd Window Science Learning Network
The Science Learning Network (SLN) is a connected group of educators, students, schools, science museums and other institutions demonstrating a new model for inquiry-based science education. See news and links, find information on collaborative efforts between educators, visit museums, and find lesson plans and tutorials for teaching science.
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2nd Window Science Power 2000
Lesson plans and activities for K-8 science, including biology, chemistry, astronomy, physics, and earth science.
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2nd Window Smile Program Biology Index
[IIT Center] A collection of 200 single concept biology lessons. The lessons are divided into the following categories: Anatomy & Physiology, Zoology, Botany, Microbiology, Genetics, Environmental Studies and Ecology, Biochemistry, and General Biology.
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2nd Window Transcription and Translation Visual Exercises
[SWBIC] Quiz type exercises that provide hands-on experience for students to visualize and fully understand the importance of replication, transcription, and translation.
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2nd Window Watch an Enzyme Work
[SWBIC] A hands-on activity examining protease enzymes as they catalyze proteins into amino acids.
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2nd Window Wheat Germ DNA Isolation Experiment
[SWBIC] This activity will answer the following questions: where is DNA located, how can DNA be isolated, can DNA be seen with the naked eye, and what does DNA look like?
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2nd Window The Whole Frog Project
[Berkeley Lab] This is an effort to develop computer-enhanced science education using 3D images of frog dissections to build a 3D frog anatomy and an interactive frog dissection kit. The Interactive Frog Dissection Kit may be downloaded from the site.
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