The Cell Cycle, Cellular Growth, and Cancer Resources
This dictionary has a stellar search function. If you're curious about the roots of science-y words, check it out.
Learn everything you ever wanted to know about stem cells from one of our favorite sources, the National Institutes of Health.
Scientific American talks how an all-lady lizard species reproduces without any fellas.
More information about stem cells. This site has all sorts of fun facts and video presentations.
Lots of NIH resources discussing the ethical quandaries relating to stem cell research.
Cancer information from the National Cancer Institute.
Cells Alive offers interactive models of the cell cycle, mitosis, and meiosis. Please excuse the Comic Sans. It's still a worthwhile resource.
It's a game about the cell cycle! Who wouldn't want to waste an afternoon on the Nobel Prize website?
Edward and Bella study mitosis in biology class.
Homer evolves from a single celled organism to a couch potato. Not exactly the way cell division and evolution work, but it's The Simpsons, and we couldn't resist.
So cheesy but so good.
Yes, this is what scientists do in their spare time. We would like to know where we can get in on this whole synchronized science thing.
A podcast about how tough Candida albicans has to be to live in the human gut.
A podcast about how animals that reproduce by cloning develop genetic diversity.