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View Resource Plants in Space

The BioEd Online website is giving interested parties everywhere the opportunity to learn from plants in space. Created in partnership with the National Space Biomedical Research Institute and BioServe Space Technologies of the University of Colorado, the project brings together plants from the International Space Station and plants grown by young people in their respective classrooms. The videos...

View Resource BioEd Online: Lessons: Microorganisms

The BioEd Online site, created by the dedicated staff at the Baylor College of Medicine, is a veritable cornucopia of material for science educators. The lesson plans are all classroom tested and high-quality. This particular corner of the site focuses on the world of microorganisms. The site includes 15 lessons, complete with video clips, slideshows, and .pdf files. The offerings here include...

View Resource Biological Evolution: Evolutionary Theory

Baylor University's College of Medicine's BioEd Online website has garnered praise for years from teachers, scientists, and those with a general curiosity about the biological sciences. The collection of slide sets is a great tool for those educators looking to cover topics that include genetics, biology, and evolution. This 15-slide set, created by Tadzia GrandPre, Nancy Moreno, and Lisa Marie...

View Resource The Science of HIV/AIDS

The folks at the BioEd Online website have crafted this very helpful set of educational materials for those who seek to teach their students about HIV/AIDS. The materials here will help students understand the virus that causes AIDS, how infectious agents multiply in organisms, and the worldwide spread of HIV/AIDS. The "Individual Activities" section contains five separate educational activities,...

View Resource BioEd Online: Spider in Space Mission Page

Beyond the bounds of the Earth's atmosphere, two golden orb spiders are living and flourishing on the International Space Station. Each one lives in separate habitat chambers, and they have a bountiful supply of fruit flies. Each chamber contains cameras and lighting systems, and visitors can use this site from BioEd Online to peer into their world up above. BioEd Online also provides an amazing...

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