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A Flash learning object for dental hygiene on anatomic parts of the gingiva including their characteristics and... see more

Great simulation explaining how passive transport in the cell membrane works, good voice tutorial, online, easy to... see more

This video does an excellent job explaining the process of photosynthesis through detailed video representation. The... see more

This animation of the light reactions is very well done. It not only illustrates the biochemical aspects of the process... see more

Great song that teaches the parts of the brain to students.

A collection of interactive animations that allow studnets to move ribosomal subunits and transfer RNAs to translate a... see more

This site includes a video that is presented as part of the Annenberg Foundation series on "The World of Chemistry."  It... see more

A Flash learning object for dental hygiene on radiographic x-rays and anatomical landmarks of the human head. Learner can... see more

A step-by-step demonstration of the process of transferring genes from one organism to another. 

Great simulation explaining how sarcomeres shorten by actin and myosin myofilaments interacting, good voice tutorial,... see more

The SVS is a NASA site that archives digital movies in the subjects of oceanography, meteorology, remote sensing,... see more

This site offers an interactive animation on sickle cell DNA. The video provides information about genetic counselors.... see more

In this animation, comparing features of a 4.4-million-year-old fossil skeleton to those of human and chimpanzee... see more

Information and an animated gif showing how the eardrum receives sound waves.

This learning object is part of a larger project called the Mind Site. This portion, in particular, shows a good... see more

Great dry labs to explain basic consepts of biology

This site provides great videos on brain function and abnormalities.  It includes descriptions of brain asymmetry,... see more

This animation demonstrates how the cardiac cycles work. The opening and closing of valves is shown in chronological... see more

This site includes a video that is presented as part of the Annenberg Foundation series on "The World of Chemistry."  It... see more

This high-quality animation illustrates many cellular and subcellular processes. The beautiful graphics and compelling... see more

Simple pictures and a basic animation are featured in this site to explain the physical factors behind action potential.... see more

This site provides an interactive, 3-D look into the human brain. Users are able to explore the major parts of the brain... see more

The Russian bacteriologist Sergei Winogradsky invented the Winogradsky column, which recreates the microbial community... see more

Common misconceptions about evolution are explained in this narrated slideshow. Students can also view four lectures... see more