Useful Links

GMO Answers – Your questions on health and safety of GMO food and crops

“NEW Resource!  Get the facts.  Explore the basics.  Ask your questions.

Exploratorium Unwinding DNA: Life at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

Check out the series of Webcasts hosted by the Exploratorium and Cold Spring Harbor in celebration of the double helix.

Meeting of the Molecules

From crystallization to protein folding, basic biological and chemical processes depend on interactions among atoms and molecules. High school and beginning college students can study and manipulate these liasons at Molecular Logic from the Concord Consortium.

National Institute of General Medical Sciences: The Structures of Life

The online brochure from NIGMS focuses on structural biology.

Check out our list of resources including interactive activities, links to national science associations, and other helpful websites. Use the drop-down menu below to narrow down the links by category.

National Institute of General Medical Sciences: Science Education

This online science resource offers a sampling of how basic chemistry and biochemistry research can spur a better understanding of human health.

Chemistry.org

From lesson plans and classroom activities to textbooks and multimedia, ACS has a wide variety of chemistry education resources to meet your needs.

Agricultural Research

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's science magazine, published monthly by the Agricultural Research Service.

Worldwidelearn

A guide to college majors in biotechnology.

MdBioLab

This Mobile Lab provides a compelling learning environment centered on bioscience for high school students and their teachers throughout the state of Maryland.

National Institute of General Medical Sciences: The Structures of Life

The online brochure from NIGMS focuses on structural biology.

Med Ad News

Monthly business news magazine geared toward the pharmaceutical business and marketing communities. Includes news, issues, trends, and strategies affecting the marketing of prescription and nonprescription drugs. Free online access to some articles. Paid print subscription.