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View Resource Brain Explorer

Brain Explorer is an educational Web site from the Lundbeck Institute that provides a highly visual and informative tour of the brain. Brain Atlas offers a good starting point, with well-designed diagrams of the brain and spinal cord, detailed explanatory information, and a handy pop-up glossary (which contains great graphics of its own). The section titled Neurological Control describes neuron...

View Resource Encyclopedia of Life

A webpage for every organism on earth is the goal of this site, which was initially funded in 2007 by the MacArthur Foundation and the Sloan Foundation. To "learn how to navigate EOL, search for content, customize your experience, and explore pages..." visitors can start with the tab "Using the Site" at the top of the page. Here, there is a video tour on general "Navigation" of the site and...

View Resource Encyclopedia of Life Sciences: Sample Content

Hey, scientists! Want to take a fun and productive break from the lab? Read the sample content from Nature Online compiled at The Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS) Website. Although the bulk of the site requires a paid subscription, ELS, a new online database of more than 3,000 original peer-reviewed articles, offers a few free-access sections. Selections from Nature research and news articles...

View Resource Science and Engineering Encyclopedia

There are many online encyclopedias floating around the web, but relatively few that cover the world of engineering. This particular online encyclopedia will be of great use to students of engineering and science, and educators working in these broad areas may wish to pass it along to their students. Visitors can click around at their leisure through the alphabet of terms and concepts explained...

View Resource Biology Online: Information in the Biological Sciences

A solid collection of sites, links, and stand-alone resources, Biology Online seemingly offers all that is biology, at least online. It is an invaluable tool for anyone in need of reliable, authoritative information in the field. Links featured on the site are searchable alphabetically, by specific sub-discipline, or across all sites via Biology Online's search engine. Aside from its extensive...

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