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View Resource Titration of an Unknown Acid or Base

This website contains a JAVA applet that simulates the titration of an unknown acid or base, and provides a graphical output of the titration curve. The unknown compounds are taken from a list of amino acids. Students set up the parameters of the titration, and then create a simulated pH curve. From this they are able to identify the unknown compound from the list, and determine the acid...

View Resource DNA Microarray Methodology - Flash Animation

This animation demonstrates how DNA microarray experiments are performed. DNA chips are used to determine which genes are activated and which genes are repressed when two populations are compared. In this case, the comparison is between yeast cells grown under either aerobic or anaerobic conditions. This animation is very effective for many different education levels. Teachers and students...

View Resource Genome Consortium for Active Teaching

The consortium's mission is to bring functional genomic methods into undergraduate curriculum primarily through student research. As part of their mission, GCAT sponsors faculty workshops in DNA Microarrays and, more recently, Synthetic Biology. The consortium also provides a centralized chip reader to make microarray experiments more affordable and provides DNA chips for a variety of species...

View Resource Microarrays Media Book

A team of researchers at Davidson College created this fascinating online tutorial, and they refer to it as a "textbook for a technology society". There are four interrelated modules here which use 3D animation and interactive learning tools to help students understand functional genomics and its applications. Each module has a number of smaller sections that contain basic summaries of each...

View Resource Physlets Home

Physlets are small scriptable java applets meant to be used for educational illustrations and simulations. There are applets covering physics topics from mechanics and E&M through quantum physics and relativity. There are also a wide range of tools for input and display of information. Examples of the educational use of Physlets are available from users around the world.

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