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  • Biology Plympiad

  • About Biology Education, contests etc.

  • University of Texas at San Antonio Department of Biology

  • The Department of Biology includes 30 tenured or tenure-track faculty who teach and lead research programs in the biological sciences. Research and teaching expertise/interests include biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology, developmental biology, immunology, microbiology, neurobiology, physiology, plant hormones and gene expression, and virology. Research awards in the Department from the National Institutes of Health, National Science Foundation, and private foundations total more than $8 million annually. Members of our faculty serve on national peer-review panels and are on the editorial boards of well-known scientific journals. State-of-the-art research laboratories provide both undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to learn, participate, and acquire skills in leading areas of biological study.

  • Public Health Degree Planner

  • Explore all the possible connections between the four areas of the Public Health Degree Planner—academic degrees, departments, careers, and topics. Using the Specific Path function, you can start with any of these four elements and click through them in any order you choose to create a defined path. For example, if you know what career interests you, choose it first and then explore the following path: 1. Career you're interested in -> 2. Degrees associated with that career -> 3. Departments in which you can get that degree and pursue that career-> 4. Topics associated with the department, degree, and career you selected ->

  • Mr. Halverson's class pages

  • High school class web pages for AP biology and environmental chemistry

  • Low Dose Radiation Research

  • The goal of the DOE Low Dose Radiation Research Program is to support research that will help determine health risks from exposures to low levels of radiation. This information is critical to adequately and appropriately protect people while making the most effective use of our national resources.

  • The Howard Hughes Medical Institute New Generation Program for Scientific Teaching

  • The goal of the New Generation Program is to develop an entire generation of new resources to enhance undergraduate biology education. We promote the participation of graduate students and postdoctoral researchers, the HHMI Teaching Fellows, as vital educational resources by providing them the training necessary to become outstanding mentors and classroom teachers. We study the impact of this training on participating Fellows, the undergraduates they teach, and the faculty advisors with whom they work.

  • Russian Insects

  • Great database for insects from territory of former USSR, including, type locality, synonyms, range, distribution and variation, taxonomic notes, habitat and biology, similar species, prices and photo of adult insects

  • UniServe Science

  • Website containing science teaching resources eg. webquests, simulations, case studies, for tertiary and school teaching. Also contains information for teachers on how to use technology for teaching and assessment

  • National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program (UGSP)

  • The NIH UGSP helps students launch their careers on the cutting-edge of biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research. We provide: *Up to $20,000 a year in scholarship support *Paid research training at the NIH during the summer and after graduation *Mentoring, research experience, career guidance, and skill development Minimum requirements: *You must be a U.S. citizen, national, or qualified non-citizen (See for more information.) *You must be enrolled or accepted for enrollment as a full-time student at a four-year, accredited undergraduate institution *You must have a 3.5 GPA or higher or be in the top 5% of your class *You must be from a disadvantaged background (See for more information.) The NIH is the world’s largest biomedical research institution and is the Federal Government’s focal point for medical research. Applications are available in October of each year and are due February 28. We encourage you to visit our Web site at This site includes comprehensive information on the NIH and our scholarship program, including online application materials. Note: In addition to the UGSP, the NIH offers a number of other training opportunities. For more information visit


  • is a free bilingual (English/Spanish) education website from the American Institute of Biological Sciences. The site’s current subject emphases are sevenfold: (1) biodiversity, (2) the environment, (3) evolution, (4) biotechnology, (5) genomics, (6) a “new frontiers” section that encompasses a variety of other topics at science’s growing points, and (7) an education section that addresses advances in teaching. All content is peer-reviewed, editorial operations are run by AIBS staff, and many articles are accompanied by lesson plans that are written by professional educators, keyed to US National Science Education Standards, and recognized by the National Association of Biology Teachers for professional development credit to NABT members.

  • Augustana College Biology Department

  • Biology, one of the largest majors at Augustana, offers programs and courses for students with many diverse scientific interests. These varied interests can lead to many different careers: students can use a Biology major in areas such as research, industry, teaching, environmental organizations, and a great variety of professional health fields. The Augustana biology program has many strengths that aid in preparing students for these diverse career possibilities.

  • UOB - Department of Chemistry, Biology and Environmental Science

  • Department of Chemistry, Biology and Environmental Science

  • Biology Lessons for Prospective and Practicing Teachers

  • The site provides 16 hands-on biology lessons that use (mostly) everyday materials to promote meaningful learning. Each lesson can be downloaded in Word or PC format. It also includes a Teachers' Guide, Alternative Idea table, glossary, and smenatic network of lesson ideas. Also available on the site are concept cartoons and the Conceptual Inventory of Natural Selection, a diagnostic test appropriate for beginning biology students at high school and college levels.

  • Bioteach

  • A science educational website aimed at teachers and university students. Includes a database of teaching resources, an online textbook covering various topics relating to biology, as well as an online journal: Bioteach-Reviews and Readings

  • Blackburn College Biology Department

  • Welcome to Blackburn College Biology, home of the unique work-academic program where all undergraduates help run the college...and get a private college education for the price of a public university! Come learn more about this unique experience.

  • University of Florida, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences

  • The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS) and its School of Forest Resources and Conservation and School Natural Resources and Environment are known for outstanding academic programs and student services. We offer 22 undergraduate and graduate majors, more than 50 specializations and 26 minors encompassing agricultural sciences, natural resources, social sciences and life sciences. We offer a variety of preprofessional majors leading to medical, dental, pharmacy and veterinary medicine schools.

  • USA Biology Olympiad

  • The USA Biology Olympiad focuses on stimulating young scholars' intellectual curiosity and on nurturing their ability to synthesize the breadth and depth of knowledge, often triggering incredibly exciting breakthroughs in science and technology. Leveraging the best scientific expertise to challenge students, CEE prepares talented students for the fascinating experience of national and international academic competitions.

  • Studying Biology in Colorado

  • The Department of Ecology & Evolutionary Biology at CU, Boulder provides a tremendous opportunity for budding biologists to prepare for a career in the health sciences, research, or field biology. Check out our site for information on the department and application and contact information.

  • Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

  • The Unit works toward three basic objectives: research, education, and technical assistance. The Unit emphasizes research related to specific management problems where results have a high probability of being applied. The program remains flexible to reflect changing cooperators' needs. The long-term fishery effort emphasizes a diversity of applied management projects having broad statewide and regional applicability. The wildlife component of the Unit emphasizes sampling and analysis of quantitative methodologies for management. The fisheries and wildlife activities are diverse and integrated with Unit cooperators. The results of research are transferred through formal graduate teaching and technical extension.

  • The Entomological Foundation

  • A not-for-profit educational organization, the Foundation serves the educational enterprise by leveraging science-community resources to educate youth in applying insect science for achieving a healthy environment.

  • Hallsannery Field Centre

  • 'Fieldworks' software for data analysis and presentation. 'Ecoprojects' software for A-level Biology coursework. Field courses in Ecology and Geography at all levels from junior to undergraduate.

  • International Dolphin Watch

  • A non-profit organisation dedicated to the study and care of dolphins,especially their relationship with humans.

  • Keystone Symposia | Connecting the Scientific Community

  • Scientific Conferences on Biomedical and Life Science Topics

  • The Museum of Money and Financial Institutions

  • A virtual museum of money and financial institutions to be linked eventually to a bricks and mortar museum devoted to economic and financial education
    http://www.museumofmoney .org

  • Mrs. Isbell's Science Class

  • Astronomy Biology Botany Cell Biology Chemistry Earth Science Energy Flow Evolution Fungi Kingdom General Science Genetics Human Anatomy & Physiology Life Science Molecular Genetics Physics Plant Kingdom Space Weather Zoology's%20Webpage...

  • Northwest Association for Biomedical Research

  • The Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR) promotes the understanding of biomedical research. It offers education outreach programs including workshops for teachers (Ethics in the Science Classroom), online curricula, and resources. NWABR also supports its member organizations through special services.

  • PLoS Biology

  • PLoS Biology features works of exceptional significance in all areas of biological science, from molecules to ecosystems, including works at the interface with other disciplines, such as chemistry, medicine, and mathematics. Open-Access All works published in the PLoS Biology are open access. Everything is immediately available without cost to anyone, anywhere — to read, download, redistribute, include in databases, and otherwise use — subject only to the condition that the original authorship is properly attributed. Copyright is retained by the author.

  • Scran

  • Scran is the award-winning learning image website, containing over 300,000 high quality images, audio files and video clips on a massive number of subjects. All resources are copyright cleared for educational use. Most educational establishments are licensed to use Scran's resources. Home users can access thumbnail images free of charge and annual subscriptions for access to the whole site are available at a low cost.

  • Spartanburg Technical College Science Department

  • Subsites include: Ecology, Anatomy, General Biology, Chemistry, Physics

  • T.L.C. Stress Management Services

  • Professional stress management for business. We are available on a worldwide basis.

  • Department of Life Sciences, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine

  • Official site of the Department of Life Sciences, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago.

  • Animal Education and Rescue Facility

  • Vanishing Species is a non-profit, Florida-based company that provides interactive animal education programs and rescues domestic and exotic animals from around the United States.

  • Digital Anatomist Interactive Atlases

  • Interactive Atlases show views of organs reconstructed from slices.

  • Botanical Concepts

  • Botanical tutorials for use by undergraduate and graduate level university students of botany, biotechnology, and horticulture.

  • Microcosms, aquaria and education

  • Rob Day's personal page includes documents, publications, and papers related to aquaria, artificial ecosystems, microcosm management, with particular reference to ecological education.

  • The Basic Principles of Genetics

  • An introduction to Mendelian genetics from Palomar College. Includes tutorials, links, and a glossary.

  • Virtual Frog Dissection Kit

  • Program for interactive dissection of a frog from the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.

  • Online Biology Textbook

  • Constantly updated and revised college-level biology textbook available online for free.

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