Monday, November 4, 2013

LINK: IBiology.org

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iBiology is a brand-new site where you can find all of the iBioSeminars and iBioMagazine talks in one place, along with a new section called iBioEducation where you will find…

Nico StuurmaniBiology Microscopy Courses: Microscopy Courses featuring
over 65 lectures and lab demonstrations about the theory and practice of light microscopy.

New Lecture series: New series with the flipped-classroom in mind. We asked speakers to create ~30 minute lectures that explain a topic for high school/undergraduate introductory biology students including:

New Lectures
  • Cell Biology [Cytoskeleton]: Molecular Motors (Lasker)
  • Cell Biology [Organelles]: Mitochondria, Mysterious Membranes
  • Human Health [Organelles] The Immune System
  • Microbiology [Bacteria Communities] Tiny Conspiracies
  • Molecular Biology [DNA Repair and Replication]: DNA Replication
  • Neuroscience [Circuits and Behavior]: One Second in Your Brain
Lectures from iBioSeminars
  • Biochemistry [Carbohydrates]: Glycans
  • Cell Biology [Cytoskeleton]: Actin Polymerization, Cell Motility, Molecular Motors, Comet Tail Formation
  • Cell Biology [Cell Cycle]: Cell Cycle Overview, Cell Cycle Control, Separating Duplicated Chromosomes, Cyclins and CDKs
  • Cell Biology [Organelles] Experiments in Cellular Organization
  • Development [Regeneration]: Stem Cell Overview, History of Regeneration, Adult Stem Cells
  • Ecology [Ecology]: Microbes Are Ancient, Ubiquity of Microorganisms
  • Human Health [Pathogens]: Prion Disease
  • Microbiology [Viruses]: Influenza Virus Infection
  • Molecular Biology [Transcription]: Introduction to Transcription
  • Molecular Biology [RNA Regulation]: Splicing Overview, Splicing Mechanism, Splicing Experiment
  • Neuroscience [Circuits and Behavior]: Genes and Behavior, Odor Experiment, External Signal Response, Circadian Clock
  • Neuroscience [Molecular Neuroscience]: Neural Stem Cells
BiochemistryiBioEducation Short Clips
Want to watch a few short videos when you have a break in the day? In iBioEducation's Exploring Biology section, you can find over 350 short clips organized by topic.

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Biochemistry
Biochemistry
Cell Biology
Cell Biology
Development
Development
Ecology
Ecology
Evolution
Evolution
Genetics
Genetics
Human Health
Human Health
Microbiology
Microbiology
Molecular Biology
Molecular Biology
Neuroscience
Neuroscience
Plant Biology
Plant Biology
Techniques
Techniques
ABOUT iBiology.org

iBiology’s mission is to convey, in the form of open-access free videos, the excitement of modern biology and the process by which scientific discoveries are made. Our aim is to let you meet the leading scientists in biology, so that you can find out how they think about scientific questions and conduct their research, and can get a sense of their personalities, opinions, and perspectives. We also seek to support educators who want to incorporate materials that illustrate the process and practice of science into their curriculum. This project is made possible by the good will of many biologists who are committed to making their work broadly accessible and to conveying the excitement of biology to a worldwide audience.

iBiology.org (formerly ibioseminars.org and ibiomagazine.org) was developed to bring the best biology to people throughout the world for free. Started in 2006 by University of California – San Francisco and Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator, Professor Ron Vale, iBiology has grown to include over 300 seminars and short talks by the world’s leading scientists. Our collection includes talks by many Nobel Laureates and members of the United States National Academy of Sciences. In 2013, we released our first full-length course in Light Microscopy and expanded the educational resources we offer. iBiology is funded by the National Science Foundation, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and supported by the American Society for Cell Biology and the University of California, San Francisco.