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ABE 2062 Biology for Engineers
[University of Florida] This course covers the principles and engineering applications of biology, bbiochemistry, genetics, microbial systems, animal systems, ecologicalsystems, and global systems.
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.
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 tobioreactor design. Lectures provide the background to understand the principles and techniques of animal cells in culture.
Applied Microbial Biotechnology/Advanced/Applied Microbial Biotechnology
[University of Florida] (ABE 4660/6663) Principles of microbial biotechnology with emphasis on the application ofmicroorganisms for industrial processes
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.
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.
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.
[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.
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.
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.”
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.
BioComputing Hypertext Coursebook
[Virtual School of Natural Sciences] A textbook designed for teaching biologists, computer scientists, students, and researchers the computational aspects of biotechnology.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[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.
[Yale Univ.] An online course in bio-informatics. Topics include sequence alignment, biological database design, geometric analysis of protein structure, and macromolecular simulation.
[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.
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.
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.
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.
[University of Durham] The home page for this Bioinformatics course. It also contains information on useful links, primers, and other topics in Bioinformatics.
[Queen’s Univ., Canada] A large collection or bioinformat