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View Resource Biomedical Technician Training

This video, created by ATETV and presented by WGBH, takes a look at a Biomedical Technician program. This video shows just what students will need to learn, and how it will be applied to either their occupation after graduation or continuing education. This video discusses the skills needed by graduates, outside of math and science, to be successful. This video is useful for anyone interested in...

View Resource Bioethics 101

This introductory course from the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research (NWABR) provides a systematic, five-lesson introductory course to support educators in incorporating bioethics into the classroom through the use of sequential, day-to-day lesson plans. The lessons here offer a "best of" compilation from NWABR's popular Ethics Primer, which is also available on the site. On the top of...

View Resource Bioinformatics Activity Bank

This resource is designed for educators hoping to teach students about the world of biotechnology and bioinformatics, and the lesson plans here are top-notch. The lessons span a variety of topics, including applied mathematics, DNA, and genetics. Visitors can scroll through six sections, including Organisms and Evolution or Proteins and Proteomics. Visitors can scroll through each area, keeping...

View Resource Bristol BioMed Learning and Teaching

The Bristol Biomedical Learning and Teaching Web site provides real-life images and case studies to enhance learning in the biomedical fields. Images, tutorials, and case studies have been donated by practitioners as a free resource to enhance teaching in the biomedical fields. The site includes medical and dental tutorials, case studies, a how-to guide to assist in using the site and its images,...

View Resource Stem Cell Research and Applications: Monitoring the Frontiers of Biomedical Research

A report regarding human stem cell research was placed online in November 1999. From the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) and the Institute for Civil Society (ICS), this report explores the scientific and ethical issues involved in the use of embryonic stem (ES) cells and embryonic germ (EG) cells in medical research. While the report acknowledges the "varied social,...

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