Check out UCSC's Genome Browser. You'll remember that we went through an exercise using this browser earlier in the unit.
A fancy interactive timeline describing scientists' discovery of DNA.
The National Center for Biotechnology Information was kind enough to let us read part of this book on PCR.
To handle all the controversy surrounding cloning and the science behind it, the Human Genome Project has put out a FAQ to help answer the public's questions.
Something you can catch from your future dormmate? Or, a little-bit-cheesy interactive tool to help you understand gene therapy and delivery? Thankfully, the latter.
It's...a bit much. But, so educational! $20 says the song is stuck in your head the rest of the day.
Kinda-90s special effects? Check. Video game music? Check. What more do you need, exactly?
What's that you say? You want another video of replication? You got it! This one has cooler graphics, if we do say so ourselves.
A 3D animation that describes applications of recombinant DNA technology. No sound here!