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  • The Heart of the Matter

    The Heart of the Matter

    Image of the Week

    Early theories of the heart’s role were largely based on its central position in the body.

  • Termite Activity Enhances Ecosystem Productivity and Stability

    Termite Activity Enhances Ecosystem Productivity and Stability

    Animation

    Termite activity increases soil moisture and nutrient accumulation, strengthening African savanna ecosystems.

  • Efficacy of a Treatment for Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

    Efficacy of a Treatment for Chronic Myeloid Leukemia

    Data Point

    Dr. Brian Druker and colleagues monitored white blood cell counts in six patients with chronic myeloid leukemia treated with the drug, STI571, which blocks the activity of the cancer-causing tyrosine kinase BCR-ABL.

  • Animated Life: The Living Fossil Fish

    Animated Life: The Living Fossil Fish

    Animated Short

    (7 min 18 sec) This animated short film tells the engaging tale of the discovery of the coelacanth.

  • Animated Life: Mary Leakey

    Animated Life: Mary Leakey

    Animated Short

    (7 min 52 sec) This animated short film recounts the life and work of paleoanthropologist Mary Leakey, including her discovery of the Laetoli footprints.

  • Cancer Evolution

    Cancer Evolution

    Image of the Week

    A computer simulation of cancer growth, in which cell colors correspond to different mutations, reveals that a tumor mass is a mixture of genetically similar cells.

  • Interactive Media

    Interactive Media

    BioInteractive has long been known for its award-winning virtual labs. Now, our interactive media collection also includes Click & Learn activities, featuring embedded video clips and animations...

  • Short Courses

    Short Courses

    BioInteractive’s online courses are multi-part resources organized sequentially to allow you (or your students) to work through as much or as little of a topic as you wish. Assign them to...

  • Origin of Birds Interactive Video

    Origin of Birds Interactive Video

    Interactive Video

    (18 min 59 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch a short film about the evidence that showed birds descended from dinosaurs.

  • Crystals and the Color of Skin

    Crystals and the Color of Skin

    Image of the Week

    The panther chameleon alters the arrangement of tiny crystals in its skin to change color.

  • Mass Extinctions Interactive

    Mass Extinctions Interactive

    Click & Learn

    Discover the environmental factors that caused the five big mass extinctions in Earth’s history and which species they impacted.

  • Bioinspired by Seahorse Tails

    Bioinspired by Seahorse Tails

    Image of the Week

    The flexibility of the seahorse’s armored tail is inspiring novel designs with biomedical and architectural applications.

  • Popped Secret Film with Quiz

    Popped Secret Film with Quiz

    Interactive Video

    (17 min 51 sec) Embedded quiz modules test students’ understanding as they watch a short film on the evolutionary origins of corn.

  • Trends in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

    Trends in Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide

    Data Point

    Charles David Keeling began measuring atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) in 1958 at the Mauna Loa observatory on the big island of Hawaii.  This graph shows atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration in parts per million (ppm) by volume from 1958 to 2016.

  • Gorongosa: Scientific Inquiry and Data Analysis

    Gorongosa: Scientific Inquiry and Data Analysis

    Activity

    In this activity, students will be guided through the investigation of a scientific question, using data from ongoing research in Gorongosa National Park.

  • New Year Bash

    New Year Bash

    Image of the Week

    Some mantis shrimps, for example, Odontodactylus sp., can smash open prey, such as snails and crabs, using powerful specialized limbs.

  • Twinkle, Twinkle Little Desmid

    Twinkle, Twinkle Little Desmid

    Image of the Week

    These tiny star-shaped organisms are single-celled, freshwater green algae called desmids.

  • Scientists at Work

    Scientists at Work

    Collection

    Less than 10 minutes in length, each video dives into a scientific problem and how it is being studied. The accompanying handouts help assess student understanding and encourage further analysis....

  • Resistance to Coral Bleaching

    Resistance to Coral Bleaching

    Data Point

    To test whether corals can become more resistant to bleaching, Dr. Steve Palumbi and colleagues performed a series of experiments in the U.S. National Park of American Samoa off of Ofu Island.

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