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- 7.01 Hypertextbook (Biology):
We note with sorrow the death of Professor Ingram, the founder and developer of the Biology Hypertextbook, on August 17, 2006. The Biology Department and the entire biology community is the poorer for his passing. (http://web.mit.edu/esgbio/www/)
- A quick introduction to elements of biology - cells, molecules, genes, functional genomics, microarrays:
This is a brief introduction to molecular biology with emphasis on genomics and bioinformatics. It is intended for scientists, engineers, computer programmers, or anybody with background or strong interest in science, but without background in biology, and first of all for those joining the EBI . On one hand we have tried to distil the content down to the absolute minimum needed to make some sense of bioinformatics, while on the other to leave in enough to show why it is interesting.
Huge directory of sites for bioinformatics (http://www.bioinformatics.vg/index.shtml)
- Java based Molecular Biologist's Workbench:
The programs and documentation that you will find hereby enclosed had been put together in order to try to
give a free access to the exploitment of the most common bioinformatic operations that a molecular biologist
currently has... (http://www.embl-heidelberg.de/JaMBW/)
- Molecular Biology Gateway:
The ultimate gateway to Web resources for molecular biology, genetics,
microbiology, and biochemistry
- Molecular Genetics:
The objectives of the course were, and continue to be:
to train students to interpret experimental observations in molecular genetics;
to have students understand the experimental bases for molecular genetic principles; and
to train students to apply experimental methods of molecular genetics to problems in that science.
These objective have been shaped by my philosophy of teaching science. I believe it more important that students learn why we believe the things we believe about molecular genetics than to memorize current hypotheses of the the science.
- Primer on Molecular Genetics:
Primer on Molecular Genetics
- The Molecules of Life:
"The Molecules of Life" is an interactive document which explains the background to the work done in the Laboratory of Molecular
Biophysics at the University of Oxford. It is intended to be accessible to a wide, non-specialist audience including young people of
school age. Members of the Laboratory are invited to expand and amend the document but should remember that the purpose of this
document is to expand the public understanding of science!
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