The following links have been provided by the Biology SAR, David Knuffke, for all teachers to use. If you are aware of any additional web resources that are available, please contact the webmaster.
The home of many high quality lectures and resources in recent and current biological research.
A treasure chest of resources across all areas in education.
Endeavors to contain an individual page for every organism described in biology.
NIH database of all publically accessible genetic information and the home of BLAST.
A cultivated database of protein sequence data.
A "one-click" approach to phylogenetic analysis. Users paste the sequence and click a button in order to retrieve the tree.
Determine your ecological footprint through the Center of Sustainable Economy.
Interactive website through the University of Utah where students can learn the basics of genetics. Contains a few virtual labs on DNA.
Website created by John Kyrk with amazing Flash animations for different concepts throughout the biology curriculum.
Different Java applets developed to investigate different biological phenomena.
The many free MIT Biology courses available to everyone.
The AP Biology course website for Ms. Lee Ferguson.
YouTube playlists of science-related topics created by Mr. Paul Andersen.
The course website for Ms. Kim Foglia, Division Avenue HS
The course website for Mr. Trevor Gallant, Kennebecasis Valley HS.
Biology lesson plans, worksheets, tutorials, and resources for teachers and students.
A collection of many links across different areas of biology.
A collection of different educational productions focusing on research conducted by past Nobel Prize winners.