A small selection of useful links in the field of biology.
This website harbors information regarding more than 15.500
medical journals from over 70 countries. Examples are: Instruction to
authors, SCI-E Journals, PUB MED-Index Medicus Journals, Free Medical
Journals. Just enter a few keywords for your search.
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The Alexander Silberman
Institute of Life Sciences
The Alexander Silberman Institute of Life Sciences is the
largest Institute at the Faculty of Sciences of The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem, with 65 active academic faculty members and a total of 1100
students, technical and administrative staff. The Institute of Life Sciences
participates most actively in the unprecedented, worldwide revolution taking
place in the field of life sciences these days.
-- suggested by Arthur Kochoyan
Microscopy of the Protozoa
Enter the world of the fascinating and immensely diverse
group of single cellular organisms. Includes images, descriptions, taxonomy,
and web resources.
The ExPASy (Expert Protein Analysis System) proteomics server
of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB) is dedicated to the analysis
of protein sequences and structures as well as 2-D PAGE
-- suggested by Lusine Kochoyan
A summary of the latest news on the biology of aging field for
professionals in the biomedical, pharmaceutical, research and investment
of Biochemistry and Cell Biology
The VL is the oldest catalog of the web, started by Tim
Berners-Lee, the creator of html and the web itself. Unlike commercial
catalogs, it is run by a loose confederation of volunteers, who compile
pages of key links for particular areas in which they are expert; even
though it isn't the biggest index of the web, the VL pages are widely
recognised as being amongst the highest-quality guides to particular
sections of the web.
The World Scientific and Engineering
Academy and Society
The WSEAS, pronounced: "W" - seas, is a world, scientific-engineering,
academic, non-profit organization that promotes the development and the
unified consideration of new mathematical methods and computational techniques
as well as their applications in science and engineering. Also, WSEAS
supports, in general, the research and the diffusion of the scientific and
engineering knowledge, especially in the areas of mathematics, computer
science and electrical engineering as well as their interaction to other
sciences (physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, engineering, earth sciences,
space sciences etc...).
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