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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 The RNA World

This resource provides a description of RNA's probable role in the formation of life as both a catalytic molecule and genetic material. It also provides alternate theories and loads of reference material and related links all to do with the special nature of RNA.

View Resource National Science Foundation: Tour of the Cell

A cell happens to be the smallest unit of life, but there's a tremendous amount of activity going on within this very fascinating place. The talented people at the National Science Foundation (NSF) are well aware of this fact, and they have created this illuminating and interactive visual feature to help people learn about the cell's different components. On the homepage, visitors are presented...

View Resource Surface Plasmon Resonance and Related Calculations

This webpage features computation of Surface Plasmon Resonance using common surfaces (gold, silver, copper) and wavelengths (632.8 nm) using web-based tools. The site is maintained by the Corn Research Group at the University of California- Irvine's Chemistry Department for researchers and students alike.

View Resource Exploratorium's Origins: From Jungle to Lab: The Study of Life's Complexity

The Exploratorium in San Francisco has a smart-looking website that highlights the cooperation between London's Natural History Museum and the Las Cuevas Research Station in Belize. The subject of this joint effort is the complexity of life and why it is studied with such intensity. The website is divided into the sections "People", "Ideas", "Tools", "Place" and "Live". The section entitled...

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