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View Resource Biomolecules at Kenyon: Molecular Biology Tutorials Using Jmol

Working with funding from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, a team of students and professors at Kenyon College has created a set of great educational resources for people interested in molecular biology. On the site, visitors will find 30 different tutorials, all of which were created with Jmol, which is a visualization tool. The tutorials are organized chronologically by year of their...

View Resource Joseph Provost Ph.D: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Profession Joseph Provost of Minnesota State University Moorhead hosts a volume of helpful material for other educators in biochemistry, biotechnology, or molecular biology. On this site, which is "updated nearly every day," visitors can find links to each of Professor Provost's courses in biochemistry (and two wonderfully applied courses in the Science of Cooking and Chemistry in Everyday...

View Resource BioInteractive Classroom Activities

This collection of classroom activities from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute is a useful stop for biology educators teaching topics such as stem cells, viruses, evolution, biodiversity, heredity, and molecular biology. Each activity accompanies a particular HHMI lecture series, all of which can be found here. There are many components to each of the eleven activities, including teacher...

View Resource Molecular Logic: Browsing Stepping Stones

Created by the Concord Consortium with support from the National Science Foundation, the goal of the Molecular Logic website is "to develop students' understanding of molecules, their interactions and the consequences of these interactions." The researchers and specialists in charge of the site have selected ten physical-chemical principles that underlie many biological processes. They call them...

View Resource ATETV 101 Series: On the Path to a Career in the Lab

ATETV continues to produce excellent web-based videos spotlighting advanced technical careers and educational programs. In this video, part of the 101 Series, visit a "Research Methods in Molecular Biology Class where students learn that a 'library' can contain something other than just books." The video runs 3:29 and related videos can be found on the page to explore more information.

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