Digital World Biology

Digital World Biology is a leading innovator in creating games, scientific software, and bioinformatics learning materials that help both scientists and students of all ages visualize the connections between genetic sequences and molecular structures. Its first product, the BLAST tutorial is widely used in both high schools and colleges.

BioTech Careers

Biotech-Careers.org is a site for learning about careers in biotechnology. It includes biotech job descriptions, personal work experiences, and industry-related videos and blogs. A large database of biotech companies organized by business activities makes the site a complete resource for industry information for all audiences.

Science Learning Hub

The Science Learning Hub – Pokapū Akoranga Pūtaiao links New Zealand scientists with school students, teachers and community audiences. It is a a national project funded by the New Zealand Government to make examples of New Zealand science, technology and engineering more accessible and visible.

Rapid Microbiology

rapidmicrobiology.com is a unique, resource for professional microbiologists worldwide, focusing on products and services for any laboratory doing microbiology. Daily updates and a weekly newsletter will keep you up-to-date with the latest rapid microbial methods. Use the buyers guide to track down exactly the right products to meet your requirements.

BioTechniques

BioTechniques is a MEDLINE-indexed, peer-reviewed, open access journal that provides the life science research community with an invaluable resource to access the latest in methods, techniques and protocols. It also provides researchers with a source of news and expert commentary on topics of relevance to life scientists.

The Biology Corner

The Biology Corner is a resource site for biology and science teachers and students. It contains a variety of lessons, quizzes, labs, web quests, and information on science topics for all levels, including introductory life science and advanced placement biology. The site offers lesson on Biology topics, as well as specific curriculum for biology classes taught in high school.

Society For Experimental Biology

The Society for Experimental Biology aims to increase the influence of experimental biology within the scientific community and society. We bring together over 2,500 scientists, (researchers, educators, and students) from across the globe, inspiring new ideas, the generation of experimental techniques, and supporting connections between cell, plant and animal biology.