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View Resource Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Biosafety

This site, from the Office of Health and Safety of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, offers resources for "promoting safer, healthful working practices and serves as a world leader in the field of biosafety." Here, visitors can find information on the Etiologic Agent Import Permit Program, Select Agent Program, Biosafety, Workplace Safety & Health, and links to materials on a...

View Resource Biotechnology Skills Standards

Here users will find an assortment of Bioscience/Agricultural Biotechnology Skills Standards. These should be useful for development of new programs as well as for comparisons with existing programs. The sections discussed are: Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Skill Standards, Combined Bioscience/Agricultural Biotechnology Skill Standards, Agricultural Biotechnology Skill Standards, Bioscience...

View Resource Unseen Life on Earth: An Introduction to Microbiology

Viruses, DNA testing, and the world of microorganisms are but a few of the topics covered by this fine series produced by Oregon Public Broadcasting. Presented as part of the Annenberg Media website, this video series consists of twelve half-hour video programs designed primarily for college and high school students. Throughout the programs, students get to meet up with scientists working in the...

View Resource Biotechnology Books

Annotated bibliography of useful books related to biotechnology. This project was started by Jim Dekloe; additions and recommendations are welcome. The topics covered here include general biotechnology books, bioinformatics and genome projects, immunology, food biochemistry, and many more.

View Resource Biosafety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories (BMBL) 5th Edition

This publication describes the combinations of standard and special microbiological practices, safety equipment, and facilities constituting Biosafety Levels 1-4, which are recommended for work with a variety of infectious agents in various laboratory settings. These recommendations are advisory. They are intended to provide a voluntary guide or code of practice as well as goals for upgrading...

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