Watch this video to learn about geneticist George Amato! You will learn what he does and how he conducts his research. You will also get to read his answers to questions asked by kids just like you!
This site introduces you to molecular biologist Rob DeSalle. You will learn what a molecular biologist does and you will learn how technology helps him research. Rob also answers important scientific questions such as "what's important to consider about genetically modified food?"
Learn about a job as a chemist from the ChemHealthWeb site of the National Institute of General Medical Sciences. See how people from all walks of life, from different countries and cultures, and with very different backgrounds had an interest in chemistry and chose it as their career.
Try your hand at this microbiology crossword puzzle that uses vocabulary from Cells Alive! If you have trouble, use the "Search this Site" engine in the lefthand menu. Good Luck!
This mitosis crossword puzzle uses vocabulary from CELLS alive! If you have trouble and need a hint, you can use the "Search this Site" engine in the lefthand menu.
Put the mystery muscles into the right places on the body. This challenge requires Flash 5 and takes 5-10 minutes.
On this site, through a variety of activities, you can learn about anthropology, archaeology, astronomy, biodiversity, the brain, climate change, the Earth, Einstein, expeditions, genetics, marine biology, paleontology, water, and zoology.
Examine your organs in this 3D jigsaw puzzle. This challenge requires Flash 5 and takes 5-10 minutes.
Watch this music video to help you learn about PEMDAS (Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally). Does this sound familiar? If not, this is an excellent device to memorize the algebraic order of operations. This video is produced by Mr. Davis Productions and plays music by Odyssey Sound Lab.
Living cells are divided into two types - procaryotic and eucaryotic. This division is based on internal complexity. This website will provide you with graphic roadmaps to the organization of both of these cell types.
Try your hand at assembling this plant cell jigsaw puzzle created with an image from CELLS alive! This puzzle is 32 pieces and generally takes a few minutes to solve. Have food!
This demonstration will help you to discover the changes that take place during puberty and understand the science behind these changes.
We may not immediately think of our heart as a collection of individual cells. But it is the complex interaction of numerous cell types that give the heart its ability to pump blood. On this site, you will learn about the cells of the heart and you will get a see a video of the cells within the heart.
Test your knowlegde about cell biology in this short quiz. If you miss a question, you will be given a page of information to review so you can try again. Good luck!
Try your hand at assembling this red blood cell jigsaw puzzle created with an image from CELLS alive! This puzzle is 32 pieces and generally takes a few minutes to solve.
Put your senses to the test and try not to let your brain be fooled. This challenge has 20 questions, requires Flash 5 and takes 10 minutes.
Your basketball team is down by one point! Your teammate, who makes free throws about three-fourths of the time, is at the free-throw line. She gets a second shot if she makes the first one. Each free throw she makes is worth one point. If there is no time left, what are the chances you win the game without overtime?
In this game, your challenge is to get the joints and unusual bones in the right places. This challenge requires Flash 5 and takes 5-10 minutes.