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View Resource Bioinformatics in the Biology Classroom

This educational journal article addresses the implementation of bioinformatics in the classroom. The author explains how bioinformatics could play a key role for science students pursuing higher education, foster inquiry learning of content that has often been taught in a dry manner, provide the thread that ties classes together, improve biology teaching, enhance the learning of biotech issues...

View Resource Bioinformatics Homework Assignment: Accessing and Analyzing Nucleic Acid Sequence Data from NCBI's Database

This undergraduate activity introduces students to bioinformatics. During the guided activity students will access the National Center for Biotechnology Information's (NCBI) genetic sequence database to obtain and study DNA sequence entries relating to the chicken ovalbumin mRNA and genomic sequences.

View Resource World Index of Molecular Visualization Resources

This is a very inclusive site for 3-D viewing of biological molecules and their interactions. There are many links in this site for the modeling and visualizing of proteins and other biologically relevant molecules. There are biochemical structure, organic chemistry structure, Inorganic/crystal structure, visualizing tutorials along with a K-12molecular visualization tutorial that is very...

View Resource How to Use the Biology WorkBench v.3.2

This tutorial acquaints users with The Biology Workbench, a computational interface and environment that permits anyone with a Web browser to readily use bioinformatics, for research, teaching, or learning. The goal of Biology Workbench is to promote the use of molecular data in the identification and exploration of biological problems with an evolutionary perspective throughout undergraduate...

View Resource Microbiology

This is an undergraduate General Microbiology course offered as part of the Red Layer Microbial Observatory (RLMO) Project's Original Waksman/NSF Supported Courses and Workshops. The course is a component of RLMO's education and outreach programs with goals of using microbial diversity and biotechnology to enhance learning. The site provides links to the course syllabus, unit one and unit two...

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