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Elliott Kimmel may have created zeroBio for the students of London, Ontario's Central Secondary School, but high school biology students anywhere would benefit tremendously from a visit to this extensive collection of biology learning resources. In addition to functioning as an online biology textbook, zeroBio offers dissection photos for a number of specimens, multimedia presentations,...

View Resource Ask the Experts

Scientific American's Ask The Experts Web site is worth mentioning again as a great resource for mid and upper-level science classes. Divided into categories like Astronomy, Biology, Environment, and Medicine, students can submit their own questions or read answers to questions posed by other inquisitive minds. Some of the more recent questions include "If T. rex fell, how did it get up, given...

View Resource Science Quizzes

Offered by Exploit, a nonprofit and independent California Corporation, the Science Quizzes site contains more than forty quizzes in various science subjects. Topics include astronomy, physics, weather, chemistry, water, cold, Mars, and other physical and biological subjects. Each quiz allows users to choose from among several answers and then check to see how many they got right. Although fairly...

View Resource AP Central: AP Biology Course Home Page

For students and educators seeking to learn more about the world of biology, this website is the perfect resource. Created by the College Board, this site contains information designed to help individuals prepare for the AP Biology examination. The resources here include a guide to conducting investigative labs in the classroom, an overview of quantitative skills, and several other preparatory...

View Resource BioEd Online: Podcasts Plus Lessons

Baylor College of Medicine is responsible for creating this educational online resource for students, teachers, and parents. The podcast feature of the website is a new one and offers "supplementary standards-based educational activities, research information, and links." The currently available podcasts are by produced by scientists from the National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI),...

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