LINK TO THE BASE OF THE LINKS
American Association for the Advancement of Science and Project 2061
A resource for students and teachers.
Aliphatic hydrocarbons (page supplied by the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration - NOAA - in the US)
Bioinformatics, and some basics of genetic sequence searching from the NERC Environmental Bioinformatics Centre in the UK.
Cell lines, a project from the Sanger Institute.
Some definitions and source material from the Gold book,
published by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry
Eigen values and eigen vectors. A math concept important in matrices, and
relevant to exploring the structure and dynamics of molecular biophysics, among other fields of science. A book chapter on the website of the Massachusetts Institute of
Electromagnetic radiation. Take a look at this useful graphic of spectrum wavelenghths, energy range
Electron microscopy, a facility which is part of Leeds University school of biology and of the
Astbury department of structural molecular biology. When I read biophysics at Leeds, and electron microscopy was my fourth year second semester project, it was the Astbury
department of biophysics.
Exponents. The University of Pittsburgh.
Fluorescence - in biological experiments, and fluorescence in flow cytometry, with a nice explanation
of flow cytometry, data collection, data representation and analysis. Provided by Invitrogen Inc. as animated slide shows, with co-ordinated tutorial (actually mini lectures). The
tutorials are worth watching in total. They explain band filters, low-pass and high-pass filters and compensation to remove bias caused by signal overlap.
Functions. From a chapter in a maths resource  created by British University lecturers
to help transition from school to University, and as a revision tool. Though University math, such as that subsidiary to my biophysics degree, is in parts (only) beyond this level, this
is still a nice base check.
Genetics, an introduction to Mendelian genetics, provided by North Dakota State University.
Genome editing. On the website of Thompson Rivers
Accessed 6th November, 2015.
GRAVITY (website source Georgia State University)
GRAVITATIONAL CONSTANT(website source Princeton University)
Related link for this section of gravity links
LAPLACE TRANFORMATION (website source Lamar University)
MICROGRAVITY (website source NASA)
TERMINAL VELOCITY (website source JSTOR).
Karyotyping. Staining the condensed chromatin during metaphase to
reveal chromosome features such as the centromere, rRNA and constitutive heterochromatin (from T.A.Brown). This link to a page about karyotypes on University College London website.
Logarithms in biochemisty. John Wiley and Sons.
Markov. I am looking for a better source for this heading.
Microscopes. Types of light micrsocope, explained on the website for the John Innes Centre.
A resource for teachers and students, from Nature education.
Osmosis. A definition from NASA, in the context of a water-purification
experiment on the International Space station.
Oxidation and reduction on the Purdue University Website.
Physical constants. Freie Universität Berlin. See also discussion about new
thinking on Universal constants, accessible below.
Protein geometry at website of Birkbeck, University of London.
Radiation pressure, on the Georgia State University Website.
successfully 3rd November, 2015.
Ramachandran plot and proteins. Birkbeck College, London.
Randomised clinical trials. Purpose explained by the British Medical Journal.
Set theory symbols. Looking for a new source.
Speciation: Othologue, paralogue, homologue. A project undertaken at the University of Southampton.
Supercoiled DNA, from a page on the Boston (US) University Website.
Synchrotrons: A feature about the Diamond Synchrotron Research Facility in the UK.
Systematics, taxonomics and classification.
An interesting science essay on the website of the
International Christian University in Japan.
Thermodynamics. On the MIT website.
Universal constants - do they exist? Physics Department. University of Hull.
Van der Waals dispersion forces. From
definitions on Northwestern University (USA) website.