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View Resource Genomics and Its Impact on Medicine and Society: A 2001 Primer

This Web site from the US Department of Energy's Human Genome Project (HGP) serves as an informative primer on the state of the science of human genomics as of 2001. The entire report can be viewed online or downloaded in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format. The site is written for a general audience and includes a dictionary of genetic terms. The content includes some basic genomics, history and...

View Resource Research Abstracts from the DOE Genome Contractor-Grantee Workshop IX

Research abstracts from a recent Department of Energy (DOE) genomics workshop are now available online. Researchers presented updates on DOE-funded genome research at this January 2002 workshop. Abstracts can be viewed within topical categories or by author name. Abstracts include title of the talk, author name, and contact information.

View Resource Biosensors, Nanosensors and Biochips: Frontiers in Environmental and Medical Diagnostics

Technologies developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory include: 1) use of nanoprobes based on plasmon-resonance (which is defined) to enhance surface Raman scattering and fluorescence; 2) an optical neurosensor based on a 40 nm fiber optical tip; and 3) a multifunctional biochip capable of DNA and other protein-based bioassays. The article is available for download in PDF format with several...

View Resource Human Genome Project Education Resources

Exploring the world of the human genome project can be quite an undertaking for students new to the subject. Fortunately, the U.S Human Genome Project website contains a veritable cornucopia of accessible and age-appropriate educational materials for use in the classroom. First-time visitors may wish to start on the left-hand side of the page, which includes a FAQ area, a glossary, and a basic...

View Resource ORNL: Building Envelopes Program

The Engineering Science and Technology Division (ESTD), one of 12 research divisions at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, is home to the Buildings Technology Center (BTC), which is "devoted to developing technologies that improve the energy efficiency and environmental compatibility of residential and commercial buildings." This website highlights the BTC's "building envelopes" research program....

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