Cells For Life

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Biology in Motion

Biology in Motion,developed by an inspiring teacher, uses the Web's animation capacities to illustrate such phenomenon as evolution, the cardiovascular system, and cell division. There are also free…  learn more

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Centre of the Cell

Centre of the Cell is a science education center hosted by Queen Mary University of London. It is the first science education center in the world to be…  learn more

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Insect hearing helps nanoscience

Using an Atomic Force Microscope, physicists and biologists at Bristol University can now "see" how locusts and moths use their hearing systems to detect very faint vibrations. Images…  learn more

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The Virtual Cell

The Virtual Cell is not so dazzling as Cells Alive; the content, though, is extensive and interactive.  learn more

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Becoming Human

The University of Arizona has also developed a site that illustrates evolution thoroughly and engagingly, Becoming Human. Becoming Human--the title of this site pretty much tells the story!…  learn more

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Cells Alive

CELLS alive! represents 30 years of capturing film and computer-enhanced images of living cells and organisms for education and medical research. The majority of the site is free of…  learn more