Online tutorials on how to use the Internet.
Important links for
full-text of iupac nomenclature recommendations
link - Lists
selected standards resources available via the Internet,
historical websites and nobel
Bio resource center
Type Culture Collection (ATCC)
ATCC is a global non profit bio resource center that
provides biological products, technical services, and educational programs
to private industry, government, and academic organizations around the
world. Our mission is to acquire, authenticate, preserve, develop, and
distribute biological materials, information, technology, intellectual
property, and standards for the advancement, validation, and application
of scientific knowledge.
BIOME is a collection of gateways which provide access to
evaluated, quality Internet resources in the health and life sciences,
aimed at students, researchers, academics
and practitioners. It is based
at the University of Nottingham Greenfield Medical Library.
Faculty of 1000 is a new online
research tool that highlights the most interesting papers in biology,
based on the recommendations of over 1000 leading scientists
PubsciencePubscience has been discontinued. Scientific and technical
information is available at www.osti.gov.
Specific links are available for journal literature at www.osti.gov/journal_sources.html.
A web portal allowing access to numerous scientific journals and public
science databases. It allows students, teachers, professors, researchers,
and the general public to access pertinent science information quickly and
TheScientificWorld is an integrated scholarly Web portal to
services, resources, and products intended to enhance and accelerate the
research efforts of science professionals. Within its dynamic and
interlinked system, individuals are able to: access a free
bibliographic database, retrieve the full-text of indexed
publications, search or browse an integrated multidisciplinary
electronic journal, electronically prepare, submit, and publish a
peer-reviewed paper, request personalized e-mail alerts to the latest
scientific and clinical research findings, news, and funding
opportunities, search, browse and locate the most modern methods and
protocols in the life sciences, search or browse forthcoming meetings,
prepare, submit and review funding proposal applications online, procure
equipment, supplies or biological materials online, and access major Web
references resources and tools.
An educational resource
covering bacteria, fungi, viruses, biological control, environmental
microbiology, disease of plants, humans and animals.
Methods and protocols
Current protocols in microbiology
National Center for
Biotechnology Information (NCBI)
Established in 1988 as a
national resource for molecular biology information, NCBI creates public
databases, conducts research in computational biology, develops
software tools for analyzing genome data, and disseminates biomedical
all for the better understanding of molecular processes affecting human
health and disease.
For scientific information
Scirus covers scientific, technical and medical
information sources as well as a unique combination of both web and
membership sources. It excludes sites that contain no scientific content
and reads non-text files (like pdf). It searches deeper by indexing
complete documents and classifies results into pre-defined subject areas.
Societies & Councils
American Society for Microbiology
- Site Map
A comprehensive index to the ASM site.
Biological Sciences Research Council
Society for General
The SGM has been established for over 50
years, promoting and supporting the art, science and significance of
microbiology and associated subjects world-wide. Here you will find
information about all the Society’s activities, and about the importance
of microbiology in today’s world.
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