Features a wide range of virtual labs, interactives, video clips and topic explorations for high school biology students.
Biology in Motion
Contains animations, interactive activities, and cartoons designed to make learning biology a richer and more engaging experience.
Dedicated to high school, college, and medical students as well as to teachers. Also provides tutorials on related topics and other sources for references.
The Biology Project
Developed for pre-college and college students offering interactive resource for learning biology.
Information and resources on cells, microorganisms, plants, invertebrates, and animal systems. With scientific studies and images.
Free online resource for biology-related information run by biology enthusiasts from different parts of the world.
Presents information and data about North American animals and plants. Includes illustrations, calendar of activities and a list of naturalists.
Kidipede: Biology for Kids
Explains biology topics such as cells, viruses, plants and plant reproduction, and animals and animal reproduction. Includes biology activities.
Features an animal database, human biology section and biology games.
Science learning resources from The Franklin Institute. Includes news, forums, teacher tips, and classroom tools.
Online Biology Book
Provides the full text of a well illustrated introductory biology textbook, written by a professor at Estrella Mountain Community College.
The Open Door Website
Reference source for students 9-17 years old and teachers as well. Hopes to provide useful materials and information for an enjoyable research.
Provides lots of interactives, games, quizzes and a virtual dissection lab for science and biology students in grade 9 and above.