Posts Tagged ‘Genetics’
The educational website published by Nature for genetic & biology courses is well rated this month by the Best of the Web in GEN (Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology news)…
“The website is beautifully organized, and there are valuable resources for scientists at all stages of training“.
I already mentioned this source, in early 2010:
Nature Education has launched a learning platform, with lots of tools
and materials around Genetics.
SciTable is defined by its editors as “a scientist-authored,
cutting-edge learning resource you can recommend with confidence”
NextBio is a free life science search engine. Now a researcher or clinician can search the world’s public life sciences data and literature – 10,000 experiments, 16 million articles, and billions of data points. The interest of such a tool (biotech & human oriented) is to provide researcher with a combination of experimental data, literature (medline) and Clinical trials on a single interface.