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2nd Window ABE 2062 Biology for Engineers
[University of Florida] This course covers the principles and engineering applications of biology, bbiochemistry, genetics, microbial systems, animal systems, ecological systems, and global systems.
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2nd Window Algorithms for Microbiology
[Tel Aviv Univ.] This online graduate course contains links to the lecture notes, course outline, and assignments.
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2nd Window Algorithms in Molecular Biology
[Univ. of Washington] A course covering the statistical models used in sequence comparison, phylogeny determination and structure prediction.
[more info][10058]

2nd Window All the Virology on the WWW
[Tulane Univ.] A comprehensive site with virology information. Links include online courses, images, online books and more.
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2nd Window Amphibian Embryology Tutorial
[Univ. Wisconsin] A tutorial to aid the study of morphogenetic events during early amphibian development. Covers the major stages of embryo development.
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2nd Window Animal Cell Culture Methods and Scale-up Strategies
[Penn State] (University Park, PA) A newly designed and expanded course to emphasize more laboratory work and include modern techniques used with mammalian cell cultures from frozen stocks to bioreactor design. Lectures provide the background to understand the principles and techniques of animal cells in culture.
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2nd Window Applied Microbial Biotechnology/Advanced/Applied Microbial Biotechnology
[University of Florida] (ABE 4660/6663) Principles of microbial biotechnology with emphasis on the application of microorganisms for industrial processes
[more info][13941]

2nd Window The Australian Correspondence Schools
A description of courses offered, forums, and articles.
[more info][13906]

2nd Window Basic Human Anatomy
[Indiana U.] A compilation of lecture notes taken from an anatomy class that includes information on bones, tissues, organ systems, and more.
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2nd Window Basic Immunology Overview
[Siberian State Medical University] A multimedia course in basic immunology with links to immunological sites worldwide containing quizzes, tests, reading material, images, and animations.
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2nd Window BE561 - Protein and DNA Sequence Analysis
[Boston Univ.] A site with slides and text for an introductory bioinformatics course.
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2nd Window BIO 181
[Michael Farabee] (Estrella Mountain Community College) An entire online course dealing with introductory biology.
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2nd Window Biocatalysis and Biodegradation 5309
[Univ. of Minnesota] An online course that will teach students microbial catabolic metabolism, how to use the University of Minnesota Biocatalysis/Biodegradation Database (UM-BBD) and related Internet resources for microbial biotechnology. Registration is required to view the whole course.
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2nd Window Biochem 508
[Univ. of Virginia] An online course covering the topics of computer analysis of DNA and protein sequences, and the algorithms used in the analysis.
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2nd Window Biochem and Molecular Modeling Tutorials
[University of Southern Maine] (Gale Rhodes) Tutorials for molecular modeling techniques and resources for readers of "Crystallography Made Crystal Clear." The site also contains materials for chemistry and biochemistry courses.
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2nd Window Biochemistry
[Lycoming College] (Spring '99) A Biochemistry course with emphasis given to the metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, amino acids, proteins, and nucleic acids; integration of metabolism; and biochemical control mechanisms, including allosteric control, induction, repression, signal transduction as well as the various types of inhibitive control mechanisms.
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2nd Window Biochemistry Easy Search Tool
[Worthington Biochemical Corp.] This site offers searches for information and resources in bioinformatics and other biochemistry-related fields, including courses, tutorials, and K-12.
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2nd Window Biochemistry in 3D
[Worth Publishers] "Biochemistry in 3D is a collection of interactive tutorials using 3D structures to teach concepts in Biochemistry. It is designed to accompany Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry 3rd edition."
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2nd Window Biochemistry MCDB 108A
[University of California at Santa Barbara] This Biochemistry Computer Lab website curriculum focuses on helping students learn fundamental biochemical concepts by applying the scientific processes of discovery, data analysis, inference making, and hypothesis testing.
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2nd Window Biocomputing Course Resource List
This is a compilation of links to Biocomputing resources.
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2nd Window BioComputing Hypertext Coursebook
[Virtual School of Natural Sciences] A textbook designed for teaching biologists, computer scientists, students, and researchers the computational aspects of biotechnology.
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2nd Window BioComputing Hypertext Coursebook
[University of Bielefeld] Set of tutorials developed for biocomputing courses for biologists, computer scientists, students, and teachers.
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2nd Window Biocomputing Tutorials
[EMBnet] This page is a list of different resources to be used for learning various biocomputing applications.
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2nd Window BIOETHICS news
[Bioethics European Module] This site is run by 8 European universities and offers an online course in bioethics. The site also provides links to bioethics news and conferences.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics
[The Southwest Biotechnology and Informatics Center] Many detailed PowerPoint presentations suitable for introductory upper division or graduate courses in bioinformatics. The presentations are organized for lecture or reference, with an index describing their use. The course materials emphasize bioinformatics applied to DNA and protein sequences and protein structures.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics
[University of Nebraska, Omaha] A Masters Degree or a Ph.D. in Pathology & Microbiology, specialty track in Bioinformatics.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics
[University of the Sciences in Philadelphia] One of the few undergraduate programs in Bioinformatics in the nation. Also offered is an integrated Master of Science degree for students who wish to further their education in Bioinformatics.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics
[University of Texas El Paso] (UTEP) The UTEP Professional Master of Science degree program in Bioinformatics is a 2-year, non-thesis program utilizing state-of-the-art facilities, combining advanced studies in computational molecular biology, computer science and math.
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2nd Window Bio-informatics 447
[Yale Univ.] An online course in bio-informatics. Topics include sequence alignment, biological database design, geometric analysis of protein structure, and macromolecular simulation.
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2nd Window BioInformatics 502
[Univ. of Kentucky] This course is intended to enable students to access and to analyze sequence data, structural data, and functional data with the help of computers.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics and Computational Biology
[Iowa State University] An Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BCB).
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2nd Window Bio-informatics and Computational Genomics
[The Weizmann Institute of Science] Online courses with topics including Programming for Bio-informatics, Bio-informatics and Computational Genomics, and Human Molecular Genetics.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics and Genome Analysis Spring 2001
[New Mexico State University] Home page for the NMSU senior/graduate-level Bioinformatics course given in Spring 2001. Included are links used in the course, an outline, assignments, and some supplementary materials.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics and Genomic Analysis
[University of Arizona] The Course Home Page for MCB 416/516.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology
[Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute] A unique and totally relevant curriculum for students interested in biology, information technology, computer science, and genetic engineering. Degrees include a B.S. in Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology; a graduate certificate in Bioinformatics; a M.S. in Applied Science with a concentration in Bioinformatics; a M.S. in Information Technology with a bioinformatics application area.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics at NIU
[Northern Illinois University] A Masters-level specialization and certificate programs in Bioinformatics.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics at Virginia Tech
[Virginia Tech] (VT) The VT Bioinformatics training program offers bioinformatics options at the Masters and Ph.D. levels.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics Course
[University of Durham] The home page for this Bioinformatics course. It also contains information on useful links, primers, and other topics in Bioinformatics.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics Courses
[Stanford University] The main page for several courses offered at Standford.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics Courses and Seminars
[The Weizmann Institute] List of links to courses and tutorials on bioinformatics on the Internet.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics (Genomics)
[Queen's Univ., Canada] A large collection or bioinformatics articles and short essays.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics Graduate Program
[Boston University] A program offering an MS and Ph.D. in bioinformatics. The program offers industrial rotations, internships and grand rounds, in addition to courses that integrate biology with information sciences and engineering. The program also includes training designed to sensitize students to the ethical and legal implications of emerging technologies.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics Graduate Program
A joint program of the Medical College of Wisconsin's Bioinformatics Research Center (BRC) and Marquette University's (MU) Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering (EECE) and Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science (MSCS) offering a Master of Science in Bioinformatics.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics Graduate Program
[University of California, San Diego] The Bioinformatics Doctoral Degree Program will draw upon the interdisciplinary expertise of affiliated faculty from 7 participating departments and graduate programs: Bioengineering, Biology, Biomedical Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Computer Science and Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics Masters Program
[Northeastern University and Boston University] A Northeastern University and Boston University cooperative Bioinformatics Program offering an M.S. in Bioinformatics and Computational Biology.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics Undergraduate Faculty Tutorial
[Boston University] (1999) A tutorial for faculty to "Integrate Bioinformatics into Undergraduate Education and Research." Given August, 1999.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics Web Practical
An interactive exercise that aims to provide a taste of bioinformatics resources around the world. The tutorial introduces a range of widely-used analysis tools and databases to give a flavor of sequence analysis.
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2nd Window Bioinformatics.ca
This site is a portal to Canadian bioinformatics activities and home of the Canadian Bioinformatics Workshops, a bioinformatics training program at the post-graduate level to address the current shortage of trained bioinformaticians in both industry and academe.
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2nd Window Biological Database Analysis
[Boston Univ.] A site with slides and text covering the basic concepts of Biological Database construction and analysis.
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2nd Window Biology Courses
[Iowa State Univ.] A listing of and links to all online biology courses from Iowa State University.
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2nd Window Biology Links
[Harvard University] An extensive list of Biology related resource sites. Categories include biological databases, software, Biotechnology, and Biology disciplines.
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2nd Window The Biology of Infection and Immunity
[Univ. of Western Ontario] A complete course on the biology of selected pathogens and the diseases they cause.
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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 Biomedical Informatics
[New Jersey Institute of Technology] Degrees offered include a Master of Science (MS) in Biomedical Informatics and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Biomedical Informatics.
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2nd Window BioMedical Informatics
[Stanford University] Stanford University?s Biomedical Informatics (BMI) training program is an interdepartmental program offering instruction and research opportunities leading to an M.S. or a Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Informatics.
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2nd Window Biomedical Informatics Training Program
[University of Pittsburgh] The University of Pittsburgh Training Program in Biomedical Informatics offers both masters and doctoral degrees in Biomedical Informatics, as well as non-degree Postdoctoral Fellowships.
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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 and Its Social Inpacts
[Princeton Univ.] The goal of this course is to identify, define, and discuss the societal impact of advances in basic and applied research in the life sciences and medicine.
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2nd Window Biotechnology Educational Resources
[National Agriculture Library, USDA] A selected list of biotechnology related resource sites. Categories include general education materials, career information training opportunities, and resource documents. There is also a list of contacts in biotechnology, arranged by state, to be used by educators to assist in developing biotechnology curricula.
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2nd Window C40 Web Tutorial
[UCL] This tutorial is designed to provide an introduction to "global sequence and structure analysis facilities".
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2nd Window Cdc42 & Cell Cycle Control
[Jeff Robens] (geocities.com) This page covers some of the basic aspects of Cdc42, including regulation, downstream effectors, and its biological role in cell cycle control.
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2nd Window Cell Structure and Function
[Univ. Nebraska] An introductory course covering the structural components of eukaruyotic cells, including membrane-bound organelles, and their function.
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2nd Window Center for Computational and Experimental Genomics
[University of Southern California] (USC) Degrees offered include a Professional Master of Science in Computational Molecular Biology and a Ph.D. in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics.
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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 Chime: How to Use It.
[University of Massachusetts] A tutorial explaining how to use the Chime molecular visualization browser plug-in.
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2nd Window CMPS 243 - Bioinformatics I
[Univ. of California] A course covering the computational methods used to search for, analyze and model DNA, RNA, and protein sequences.
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2nd Window Comparative Functional Genomics Graduate Program
[University of Albany] This rigorous and competitive training program is structured as a course of study and research leading to the Ph.D. with emphasis on theoretical and experimental analysis of questions relevant to comparative functional genomics.
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2nd Window Computational Biology
[Univ. of Washington] A course that covers strategies and algorithms used to analyze genetic sequences, phylogeny, and structure prediction.
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2nd Window Computational Biology
[Washington University, St. Louis] The goal of the Computational Biology Program is to train a new generation of scientists who can bridge the gap between the biological data and the computational methods needed to maximize the utility of that data.
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2nd Window Computational Molecular Biology
[Stanford Univ.] A practical, hands on class for molecular biologists and computer scientists covering the major issues concerning representation and analysis of biological sequences and structure. Some topics covered are: accessing molecular databases, pattern search, classification of sequence and structure, alignment of sequences, rapid similarity searching, phylogenies, automated pattern learning, representing protein structure, modeling protein structure by homology, protein-protein docking and protein-ligand docking.
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2nd Window Computational Molecular Biology
[Washington Univ. at St. Louis] Topics covered include sequence alignment algorithms, multiple sequence alignment, RNA structure prediction, motif and pattern searches, and phylogenetic inference.
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2nd Window Computational Sciences
[George Mason University] The program offers a Ph.D. in Computational Sciences and Informatics. The program also offers a Master of New Professional Studies (MNPS) with curriculum including Forensic Biosciences, Bionformatics, and Biotechnology.
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2nd Window Computers in Chemistry
[Cabrillo College] A set of molecular visualization tutorials, information, and problem sets that use Chime.
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2nd Window Course BS335: Virology
[Leicester University] This page is designed to be an on-line addition to the university's virology course.
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2nd Window Courses in Biological Sciences
[Carnegie Mellon Univ.] A current list of biology courses offered and links to their web sites.
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2nd Window Courses on Bioinformatics
[Rockefeller Univ.] A site with a list of Bioinformatics courses that are available online.
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2nd Window Crystallography 101
[Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory] This is an on-line introductory course by Bernhard Rupp (very rich in content).
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2nd Window CSI 739 Topics in Bioinformatics: Multidimensional Genome Analysis
[George Mason Univ.] This course will focus on the analysis of gene expression data. Particular topics include: cluster analysis and visualization of expression data, inference of genetic regulatory networks, and theoretical models of genetic networks.
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2nd Window Database Searching
[Oxford Univ. Bioinformatics Center] A tutorial discussing a number of programs that emphasize database searching.
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2nd Window Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources
[Delaware State University] The Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources at Delaware Stae University curriculum and course descriptions.
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2nd Window The Department of Biological Sciences
[Carnegie Mellon] The Department of Biological Sciences offers a BS in biological sciences/computer science; and an MS and Ph.D. in computational biology. Other programs include a Ph.D. through the Merck computational biology and chemistry program.
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2nd Window Department of Biotechnology
[Sindu Mahavidyalaya, Nagpur INDIA] A web page detailing the course requirements for a B.Sc. in Biotechnology in the Department of Biotechnology, Sindhu Mahavidyalaya, Panchpaoli, Nagpur, INDIA. Current research focus is on antimicrobial activity of herbal medicine.
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2nd Window Department of Molecular Biotechnology
[University of Washington] The molecular biotechnology graduate program is designed to educate and stimulate at the interface of biological, physical, chemical, medical, and computational sciences. UW also has a recently established an interdepartmental graduate program in Computational Molecular Biology (CMB), focusing on the use of computational, statistical or mathematical methods to study problems in biology.
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2nd Window Developmental Biology Online
[Univ. of Guelph] Online supplemental learning material for Developmental Biology.
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2nd Window Distant Homologies
[The International Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology] This is an introductory tutorial for biologists interested in weak protein sequence similarities which can not be found with simple database search.
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2nd Window DNA and Protein Structure Tutorials
[Amherst College] This page links to several courses and tutorials in DNA and protein structure and binding.
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2nd Window DNA Learning Center
[Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory] "The DNA Learning Center (DNALC) is he world's first science center devoted entirely to public genetics education."
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2nd Window DNA Sequence Analysis and Comparison Tutorial
[DNALC] This tutorial references human mitochondrial DNA sequences and online resources to search for DNA like sequences in online databanks, locate DNA sequences in genomes, and other tasks.
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2nd Window DNA-RNA Structure Tutorials
[Tulane] A collection of tutorials on DNA and RNA using Chime.
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2nd Window An Electronic Introduction to Molecular Virology
[Univ. of Cape Town] This tutorial covers the history, classifications, definitions, and current events of viruses.
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2nd Window English for Biotechnology
[Univ. of Applied Sciences, Berlin] A basic online course for non-native English speakers needing to learn English biotechnology terms and information.
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2nd Window Exploring 3D Molecules
[University of Massachusetts] This is a workshop titled "Exploring 3D molecular structure with computer visualization using MDLI's Chemscape Chime & Protein Explorer," given by Eric Martz.
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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 Fermentation Methods and Scale up Strategies
[Penn State] (University Park, PA) This course emphasizes laboratory work and demonstrations in microbial fermentation from laboratoty to pilot plant scale. Participants will have hands-on experience with different types and sizes of fermentors, as well as practical experiments that include the effects of media components on cell density; mixing, aeration, and oxygen mass transfer in fermentation systems; analysis and control of key parameters for product optimization; and computer control.
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2nd Window Fundamentals of Sequence Analysis
[CalTech] Home page for this course, consisting of lecture materials, problem sets, manuals, and related web pages.
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2nd Window Gene Browser
[Nature Technology Corporation] A comprehensive site with links to information and resources in biotechnology and bioinformatics. The large number of resource categories include academic sites, conferences, employment, genomics, proteins, grants & contracts, intellectual property, methods & protocols, software, and venture capital.
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2nd Window Gene Identification and Protein Functional Analysis
[HGMP-RC] This course takes students through techniques for analyzing nucleic acid sequences for coding regions and other features for identification.
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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 Genetics Education Center
[Univ. of Kansas Medical Center] A site with links for educators focusing on human genetics.
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2nd Window Genome Analyis: A Laboratory Manual, Chapter 7
[NCBI] A primer on genome analysis using internet based tools. This chapter is titled "Computational Analysis of DNA and Protein Sequences."
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2nd Window Genomics, Bioinformatics & Medicine
[Stanford University] Home page for this course, including topics, slides, and related web sites.
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2nd Window Genomics Workshop
[San Diego State University] The syllabus, exercises, and reader for a workshop in genomics given at San Diego State University, July 22 - July 25, 1997.
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2nd Window Gentle Guide to Multiple Alignment
[University of Bielefeld] A course covering various aspects of multiple alignment including approaches that try to reduce the number of steps needed to calculate the optimal solution.
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2nd Window The Globewide Network Academy of Distance Learning Catalog
[MIT] A searchable database of over 1000 science courses and programs. Courses range from K-12 to Graduate School levels.
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2nd Window Graduate Program in Biological and Medical Informatics
[University of California, San Francisco] The primary mission of the BMI Program is to train biomedical informatics researchers for academia and industry. The Program offers training leading to both the M.S. and the Ph.D. degrees.
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2nd Window Graduate Studies in Computational Molecular Biology
[Rutgers University] Ph.D. students will receive training in molecular biology, concepts and methods of computer science, biophysical chemistry, mathematics, and statistics.
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2nd Window Guide to Structure Prediction
[Imperial Cancer Research Fund] An excellent guide, including slides, on many topics involved in protein structure prediction.
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2nd Window Hands-on Biotechnology and Bioprocessing Training Program
[Penn State University] (University Park, PA) A listing of hands-on courses and workshops presented at Penn State. Topics include animal cell culture, fermentation methods, and molecular biology techniques.
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2nd Window The Heart: An Online Exploration
[The Franklin Institute Science Museum] Online tutorial on the anatomy and physiology of the human heart.
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2nd Window Human Genome Mapping Project Course Notes
[UK HGMP Resource Centre] Online notes associated with some of the training courses provided at the center.
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2nd Window ICONnect: Get Connected to Learning Using the Internet
[American Assoc. of School Librarians] Resources for teachers, librarians, and students including online courses, curriculum connections, minigrants and kidsconnect.
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2nd Window Informatics
[Indiana University] Degrees offered include a BS in Informatics with a Bioinformatics cognate and an MS in Bioinformatics and Chemical Informatics.
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2nd Window In-Situ Capping of Contaminated Sediments
[HSRC] This is a tutorial that goes over the fundamentals of in-situ capping, used for bio-remediation.
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2nd Window Interactive Biochemistry
[Univ. of Virginia in Charlottesville] An interactive Biochemistry course with animations.
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2nd Window Interactive Online Courses
[Gene Ed Inc.] GeneEd.com provides online courses in the biotech sciences. Current courses include "Human Gene Therapy," "Genomics," Combinatorial Chemistry," "Computer-assisted Drug Design," "Microarrays," and "Advanced Bioinformatics." Single course prices range from $140 to $395.
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2nd Window Intermediate Genetics
[North Dakota State Univ.] A course providing a general background in all areas of classic Mendelian genetics, population and evolutionary genetics, and molecular genetics.
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2nd Window Introduction to Bioinformatics
[The San Diego Supercomputer Center] This the home page for the BIMM 140 (lecture) and BIMM 141 (computer laboratory) basic bioinformatics courses.
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2nd Window Introduction to Computational Molecular Biology
[MIT] Home page for this course, including lectures and handouts, all in postscript.
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2nd Window Introduction to Computational Sequence Analysis
[Washington University, St. Louis] Home page for this course taught by Sean Eddy.
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2nd Window Introduction to Environmental Engineering
[Fernando Cadena] (NMSU) A course covering principles in environmental engineering and science: physical chemical systems and biological processes as applied to pollution control.
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2nd Window Introduction to Human Genome Computing via the WWW
[Stein Laboratory] Covers how to use the Internet in human genome computing.
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2nd Window Introductory PubMed Tutorial
[Univ. of Colorado, Boulder] A brief tutorial on the basic usage of PubMed to search for biomedical-related literature.
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2nd Window LearnWell
This is a site of short health courses containing relevant links.
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2nd Window Macromolecular Visualization Lab
[University of Massachusetts] Eric Martz's course in this topic. He's the author of Protein Explorer, so he ought to know about this stuff.
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2nd Window Masters Degree Concentration in Bioinformatics
[University of Memphis] The Bioinformatics concentration is aimed at imparting cutting-edge skills in Information Technology to students with background in the Biological Sciences, with the intention of making them employable in the booming Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics industry.
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2nd Window Medical Biochemistry
[University of Kansas Medical Center] This site contains most of the information from two medical biochemistry courses at the University of Kansas Medical Center. Very detailed with high level information.
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2nd Window The Metabolic Control Analysis Web
[Univ. Wales] A site with a brief electronic review of metabolic control analysis (MCA).
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2nd Window Molecular Biology
[Smith College] (BIO 234/235) "An introduction to the basic principles of molecular biology stressing the connections between molecular biology, genetics and cell biology."
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2nd Window Molecular Biology Computing
[HGMP-RC] Online notes for a training course that takes novices through bioinformatics, providing people with an overview of what is out there, concepts and some common tasks.
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2nd Window Molecular Biology Information and Tutorials
[The Weizmann Institute of Science] List of links to information and tutorials on molecular biology and molecular databases on the Internet.
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2nd Window The Molecular Biology Notebook Online
[Rothamsted Experimental Station] A comprehensive package for the hands-on teaching of Molecular Biology. This site provides a complete framework for the teaching and learning of Molecular Biology from early secondary school to universities.
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2nd Window Molecular Cell Biology
[Whitman College] An online course in molecular cell biology with topics including protein processing and transport, cell-cell communication and signalling, and the extracellular matrix.
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2nd Window Molecular Level
[University of Southern Maine] An outreach and consulting program that provides workshops and other training in molecular graphics.
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2nd Window Molecular Systematics and Evolution of Microorganisms
[Natural History Museum, London and Instituto Oswaldo, Rio de Janiero] This course covers molecular evolution concepts and problems and methods of constructing alignments.
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2nd Window Molecular Virology Distance Learning
[Institute for Molecular Virology, Univ. of Wisconsin] Online courses in virology.
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2nd Window Morgan
[Rutgers University] A six step genetics tutorial, covering topics including genes, alleles, mutations and recombination.
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2nd Window Multiple Alignment and Multiple Sequence Based Searches
[Washington University - St. Louis] This is a guide by Sean Eddy on the use of multiple alignment and profile search software to detect informative remote homologies.
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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 Online Macromolecular Museum
[California Lutheran College] The OMM is a site for the display and study of macromolecules. It's "exhibits" are interactive tutorials on individual molecules in which hypertextual explanations of important biochemical features are linked to illustrative renderings of the molecule at hand.
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2nd Window Other Microbiology Education Resources
[American Society for Microbiology] A comprehensive list of links to educational sites pertaining to various aspects of Biology and Microbiology.
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2nd Window Pathobiology
[Univ. Minn.] The primary focus of this course is DNA and protein sequence databases as well as protein sequence analysis.
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2nd Window Pedestrian Guide to Analysing Sequence Databases
[Columbia University] Burkhard Rost and Reinhard Schneider's guide to a variety of tools, an overview of the state-of-the art in sequence analysis, and descriptions of the principles of the methods.
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2nd Window Pedro's BioMolecular Research Tools
[Iowa State University] (Pedro Coutino) "A collection of WWW links to information and services useful to molecular biologists." Links are annotated and rated. The site has not been modified since 3/15/96.
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2nd Window Pharmacology 207
[Univ. of California, San Diego] An online course that utilizes internet resources to research properties of selected proteins.
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2nd Window Physical Biochemistry
[Carnegie Mellon] A syllabus and lecture notes for a Physical Biochemistry course at Carnegie Mellon, subject matter includes the physical properties of biological macromolecules and the methods used to analyze their structure and function.
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2nd Window Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Biomedical Workshop Online Tutorials
[Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center] Tutorials covering UNIX and VAX Operating Systems, and Sequence Analysis.
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2nd Window Plant Genome Databases - A Tutorial
[National Agriculture Library] Twelve interactive lessons take the user step-by-step through accessing common genomic databases using a Web browser.
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2nd Window Plant Molecular Genetics
[North Dakota State Univ.] A course covering plant molecular genetics topics, including the plant genome, cloning, transposons and genetic control of flowering.
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2nd Window POV-Ray Tutorial
[Thinkquest] This is an online tutorial for POV-Ray, a high-quality, freely available ray-tracing software package that is available for PC, Macintosh, and UNIX platforms.
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2nd Window Practical Applications of Sequence Analysis
[University of Alabama - Birmingham] The home page for this course, including handouts, lectures, and assignments.
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2nd Window Practical Course in Bioinformatics
[International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology] An online conference with tutorials in protein sequence analysis, computing resources, the Sequence Retrieval System and more.
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2nd Window Practical Protocols
[NCBE] This is a list of biotechnology-related activities, such as various DNA extractions and a biotechnology guide for schools, as well as their instructions.
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2nd Window Primer on Molecular Genetics
[ORNL] An introduction to molecular genetics and the Human Genome Project.
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2nd Window Principles of Genetics
[Univ. of Maryland] An online course covering the basic concepts of genetics.
[more info][10118]

2nd Window Principles of Protein Structure
[Birkbeck College, University of London] The home page for this course. The course materials are password protected.
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2nd Window Principles of Protein Structure Using the Internet
[Birkbeck College] A large set of course materials for this class in protein structure.
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2nd Window Representations and Algorithms for Computational Molecular Biology
[Stanford University] The home page for this course; including assignments, projects, lecture notes, suggested reading, and links.
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2nd Window Resources for Microbiology and Biology Educators
[Univ. of Connecticut] This site has a number of online Microbiology and general Biology courses.
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2nd Window The Role of Computational Biology In Structural Genomics
[Argonne National Laboratory] (Terry Gaasterland) A tutorial on the basics of computing possible protein folding structures.
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2nd Window Rubisco
[Birkbeck College - University of London] (1999) Uses Chime to explore the mechanism of "the world's most abundant enzyme."
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2nd Window Secondary Structure Prediction Methods and Links
[Imperial Cancer Research Fund] A guide on this subject, including descriptions of automaticd methods, manual intervention, strategies, references, and links.
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2nd Window Separation and Purification Strategies for Biotechnology Products
[Penn State] (University Park, PA) This course helps participants understand and develop strategies for separating and purifying proteins, recombinant DNA products, and monoclonal antibodies. Hands-on exercises include pilot scale laboratory experiments with cell disruption, centrifugation, membrane filtration, chromatography techniques utilizing AKTA Explorer, and column packing.
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2nd Window Sequence Analysis with Distributed Resources
[Univ. of Bielefeld] An interactive online course that covers the history and resources on the WWW, BLAST, FASTA, pairwise and multiple alignment, PCR, and RNA structure.
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2nd Window Sequence Database Searching and Sequence Scoring Methods Tutorial
[Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center] A tutorial on Searching Sequence Databases and Sequence Scoring Methods.
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2nd Window Soil Bioremediation
[N. Khandan] A PowerPoint presentation giving reviews and case histories of four major bioremediation processes: bioventing, land treatment, slurry phase treatment, and composting. [Presentations have been prepared using Microsoft Power Point 97. They may be viewed online or downloaded and viewed locally using Microsoft Power Point or Power Point Viewer. Power Point Viewer (approx. size: 2.85 Mb) is a free utility available for download from the Microsoft WWW site. Download requires creation of an online profile with Microsoft.]
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2nd Window Southwestern and Rocky Moutain Fall Meeting 2001
[American Association for the Advancement of Science] (Creighton University, Omaha, Nebraska) November 11-13, 2001. Scientists, graduate and undergraduate students are invited to present research reports, submit or participate in symposia, workshops or the Poster Session. Disciplinary sections include: Biological Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Physical Sciences and Engineering, Psychological Sciences, Science Education, and Social Sciences.
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2nd Window S-Star.org
[S-Star.org Institutions] S-Star.org is an alliance between six different universities, spanning five continents that aims to provide a bioinformatics education to interested students everywhere, regardless of background. The site contains a global, unified bioinformatics learning environment (GLOBULE) made up of modular courses in the disciplines of genomics, bioinformatics, and medical informatics.
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2nd Window Statistical Genetics and Bioinformatics
[North Carolina State University] A program as part of the Genomic Sciences initiative offering a an MS and Ph.D. in Bioinformatics as well as an MS and Ph.D. in Functional Genomics.
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2nd Window Statistics of Sequence Similarity Scores
[NCBI] An excellent primer from NCBI on this topic. Also linked from this page are primers on "The Statistics of PSI-BLAST Scores" and "Iterated profile searches with PSI-BLAST."
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2nd Window Structural and Computational Biology and Molecular Biophysics
[Baylor College of Medicine] (SCBMB) An interdisciplinary and cross-institutional program that offers a Ph.D. degree in structural and computational biology and molecular biophysics. The program stresses student training in the core sciences and computer technology, with an emphasis on biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, and molecular biophysics.
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2nd Window Study Web
Study Web is an extensive database of educational sites on the web. The category "science" under "teaching resources" has links to sites that provide everything from information to tutorials and lesson plans.
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2nd Window Survey of Biochemistry
[UW-Madison] This is an introductory level course that provides a broad survey of fundamental concepts in biochemistry with more detailed looks at modern topics
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2nd Window Topics in Bioinformatics
[Purdue Univ.] A computer science course, covering basic topics in Bioinformatics, including pattern matching algorithms and sequence alignment.
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2nd Window Tutorial in Molecular Biology
[SWBIC] A set of tutorials on retrieving a gene sequence or a family of gene sequences, constructing a family of aligned protein sequences, and displaying the 3-dimensional structure of a protein.
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2nd Window Tutorials in Molecular Biology
[U.C.L.A.] Introductory college level tutorials covering processes, techniques and model systems used in Molecular Biology.
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2nd Window University Courses in Computational Biology
A comprehensive listing of courses in Computational Biology.
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2nd Window University of Pennsylvania Center for Bioinformatics
[University of Pennsylvania] The program offers undergraduate concentrations in Computational Biology and Mathematical Biology or a BAS in Computational Biology. At the graduate level a Master's in Biotechnology is offered with a concentration in Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. The graduate program also supports qualified students who have been accepted as Ph.D. students in either the Department of Computer and Information Science (CIS), the Department of Biology or a graduate group within the Biomedical Graduate Studies program.
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2nd Window Using Computers in Molecular Biology
[NYU Medical Center] This site provides many lecture slides for this course.
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2nd Window Virtual Courses on the Web
[Univ. of Minnesota] A list of links to Science courses on the web. The information is arranged by subject.
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2nd Window The Virtual Embryo
[Univ. Calgary] A site with information on Developmental Biology. The site has many tutorials and links to resources.
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2nd Window The Virtual Lab
[Novo Nordisk] A multimedia learning environment showing the processes used by scientists in engineering new enzymes and proteins. There are discussion groups and a research library. Free registration is required.
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2nd Window VSNS Biocomputing Division
[University of Bielefeld] Home page for links to various courses and tutorials.
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2nd Window Wisconsin Package Tutorial
[University of Cologne] The full version WisPacT of this tutorial is available only to the University of Cologne domain, although a demo version can be viewed.
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2nd Window World Index of Molecular Visualization Resources
This is a visitor-maintained website. Visitors may submit website URL's with descriptions and cross-indexing terms. Categories include Biochemistry and inorganic chemistry tutorials, how to create Chime tutorials, resources for structural data files, and sources for visualization and modeling software.
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2nd Window The World Lecture Hall
[The University of Texas] This site contains a database of links to online courses, texts, lecture notes, syllabi, and other course materials created by faculty worldwide who are using the Web to deliver class materials. Topics include biochemistry, biotechnology, technology and chemistry.
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2nd Window WWW Based Courses
[Simon Fraser University] A short list of Bioscience and Biochemistry courses offered over the web by SFU.
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2nd Window The WWW Cell Biology Course
[U. of Minnesota] A short online course/text for learning cell biology. The information covers the basics of cell biology and has great art and graphics. The site does not contain review questions or any other knowledge testing tools.
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