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Evolution is a phenomenon in which we rarely get to witness in our lifetime. In this site, students will be able to learn... see more

In this animation, you will learn how differences arise in individuals within species, how diversity begins with DNA and... see more

Anatomy, DNA, embryos and fossils display similarities among all species. Evolution elucidates that these similarities... see more

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

In this introductory exploration video, learn about the three ingredients that drive evolution: variation, selection and... see more

In this simulation, you will be able to study how a physician uses a pharmacogenetic test to help make key decisions... see more

In this animation, the side effects of various drugs of abuse such as alcohol, anabolic steroids, cocaine, dissociative... see more

This site provides a vibrant animation on what structures are included in a neuron and how neurons communicate with each... see more

In this introductory video clip, the narrator explores the epigenome and how it is able to instruct DNA by interchanging... see more

In this interactive exploration, students will learn about the genetic disorder cystic fibrosis (CF) and how gene therapy... see more

In this interactive game, students are able to determine if the seven scenarios described involve cloning or not. If... see more

Scientists and researchers are discovering and exploring new ways in which stem cells can be used in medicine. In the... see more

Stem cells are undifferentiated cells and their role in the human body is not yet determined. This site provides... see more

The vestibular system aids in informing the body about the force of gravity on the body and the acceleration of the head.... see more

In the retina, visual processing occurs. The retina contains bipolar cells and ganglion cells. The responses of these two... see more

This narrated animation describes how Influenza A is transmitted from person to person, what it is composed of, and how... see more

Scientists use a microautoradiogram to determine the percentage of living cells in a sample. This animation will detail... see more

In this animation, the process of sonication is examined to show how cells are separated by high-frequency sound waves.... see more

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

In the Light-driven Ion Pumps and Sensors animation, the Halobacterium species is the subject under study. Halobacterium... see more

Conventionally antibiotics were revealed by screening. This animation will concentrate on this method and how natural... see more

In the mitosis animation, students will be able to learn and view the processes involved in mitosis such as the nuclear... see more

In this animation, cellular respiration is discussed. The Big Picture tab focuses on the main stages that occur during... see more

High-throughput sequencing methods are used to sequence and analyze large genomes. This animation will focus on one... see more