Molecular Processes (BIOL 325 - Signorelli)

Bio Websites

These websites will help you learn more about your biology topics.‚Äč They contain general information as well as advanced materials to help you discover material appropriate for your class.   

  • BioNumbers
    Database of biological numbers. If you need to find out the number of hairs on the human head or the number of neurons in a mouse brain, this resource is an excellent place to look.
  • iBioSeminars
    The world's leaders in biology present lectures that start with broad introductions and then progress to research questions and experiments.
  • National Science Foundation - Biological Sciences
    In addition to descriptions of NSF biology research programs, this site provides science news and access to publications.
  • Tree of Life
    Extensive information about organisms and their evolutionary history and taxonomy.
  • PLOS (Public Library of Science) is a nonprofit* publisher and advocacy organization with a mission of leading a transformation in scientific and medical research communication.

Google Scholar

For all kinds of tricky citations, Google Scholar can be your saving grace. If you have just a partial citation (like an author, date, and subject) use the Advanced Search in Google Scholar to piece together the missing information.

Google Scholar Advanced

Many universities are now publishing theses and dissertations in institutional repositories, which are freely available on the web and searchable via Google Scholar. You may be able to find recent dissertations on your research subject online!

Conferences and associations also sometimes publish their proceedings and publications freely online, so they may be accessible through Google Scholar.

Google Scholar is a go-to source for academic librarians, and you can use it too!