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This interactive, self-contained lesson explores factors that impact Earth's climate, focusing on the historical... see more

We are a team of professionals who have collaborated to make it easy for students to study online. Our main goal is to... see more

This is a 3-D animation model of the human bdy

 This is an interactive tool in which students can explore the phases of the eukaryotic cell cycle, the checkpoints that... see more

From the site: "Neuroanatomy Online is an open-access, interactive electronic laboratory for the study of neuroanatomy... see more

This website from the University of Leeds is part of a larger Histology Guide. It includes tutorials about each of the... see more

This site provides a logical and interesting way to teach the concept of the cell membrane using easily constructed and... see more

The site walks the user through the 12 cranial nerves with pictures and descriptions.

NCBI, a subset of the National Library of Medicine, maintains a wealth of free bioinformatics resources. Their website... see more

Video demonstration and text describing the brachial plexus

This site is a tutorial for anatomy and physiology containing a variety of resources.  It includes sections on chemistry,... see more

'BACON’ is an online tutorial designed to help students see the connections between organic chemistry and topics in... see more

Containing over 700 vibrant, full-colour images, TeachMeAnatomy is a comprehensive anatomy encyclopedia presented in a... see more

This is a great site for learning about orthopaedics.

This is a series of cadaver dissection video clips developed for the gross anatomy dissection course of the University of... see more

As Many Exceptions As Rules tells the stories of organisms that break nature's "rules" in order to survive and thrive.... see more

A lesson that requires students to work through a series of questions pertaining to the genetics of sickle cell disease... see more

This lesson was the Best K-12 Lesson in the 2009 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge. 'In this lesson, we will be learning... see more

This lesson received an honorable mention in the 2010 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge. 'After completing this module, you... see more

This lesson received an honorable mention in the 2013 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge. 'Cells are the building blocks or... see more

This app is designed to provide an interactive method for studying Ohm’s law as it applies to the properties of blood... see more

Explaination of the Calculation of relative fitness/selection coefficient for use with Hardy-Weinberg calculations... see more

This is a series of video clips using colorful animation to illustrtae the concept. Suitable for almost everyone, from... see more

'Have you ever wondered why you have the same eye color as your mother or the same hair color as your father? Genetics is... see more