| 2 comments ] Posted by: [ Veerendher GP ]

Today I am going to post some links useful for those studying biology.

Medpedia  - The world’s best medical information on the Internet about medicine, health, and the body and to make it freely available through the website Medpedia.com

denniskunkel.com - Scientific stock photography library of light microscope pictures and electron microscopy images featuring science and biomedical microscopy photos 

The two most popular medical dictionaries which are Dorlands  and Stedmans can be found and referred to online so that you won’t have to clumsily flip through those pages or worse, carry them with you wherever you go.

biologyinmotion.com - Animations that show some concepts of original and entertaining. Although the website looks quite old, the content is worthwhile.

eol.org - The popular and excellent "Encyclopedia of Life", with thousands of animal species classified and well documented.

Learn Genetics - For students and professionals in genetics.

darwin-online.org.uk - all documented work of Darwin. A site that deserves a new design for a long time.

johnkyrk.com - animations cell biology, available in Spanish. In cellsalive.com there are also such material.

visiblebody.com - Impressive data on human anatomy.

Tree of Life - For biodiversity on our planet.

arkive.org - Stunning images of life on our planet.

biologycorner.com - With good material to prepare their lessons.

Anatomy Arcade Games -  makes basic human anatomy come ALIVE through awesome free flash games and interactives 

There is much more interesting content on sites like the BBC or biology4kids.com.


Anonymous said... @ June 25, 2010 at 2:25 AM

Brilliant thankyou very much!

Acrendo said... @ June 25, 2010 at 3:14 AM

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