|M4S is an outreach project that takes the hidden beauty of the microscopic world into the classroom. The website is a resource for children, teachers, parents and scientists to set up their own activities with microscopes.
|Twice a year the Wellcome Trust produce a magazine and additional resources for teachers. Issue 13 dated January 2011 is devoted to 'The Cell'. The magazine, chart and on-line resources are excellent and compliment the 'softCELL' and 'CELLpics' resources of the BSCB.
|The Howard Hughes Institute laboratory: A really useful and interesting site. Always up-to-date and full of great features such as "Ask a Scientist", "Becoming a Scientist" and the HHMI Holiday Lecture series, plus, about 2 to 3 times a week an excellent mini-report about research findings.
|Association for Science Education, the site of the professional association for science teachers in the UK: the second site brings factual information about science subjects.
|British Society for Developmental Biology (BSDB), the website of our sister organisation:
(click on 'education' at the home page)
|Cancer biology: The world renowned Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory (CSHL) has e-learning pages on this topic at:
|The following are also major sites with scientific information and info. for patients:
|The Centre of the Cell exhibition in London, UK opened in Spring 2008 and has a very helpful and easy to understand website.
|National Centre for Biotechnology Education (NCBE): A main centre for biotechnology resources, courses, kits and equipment for schools and teachers. Operates from University of Reading, UK and supplies world-wide