These five short films, produced in conjunction with The New York Times, bring to life five historical scientific discoveries and the people behind them: Alfred Russel Wallace and his contribution to the concept of natural selection; Antonie van Leeuwenhoek's microscope; Alfred Wegener and the idea of continental drift; Mary Leakey and the Laetoli footprints; and Marjorie Courtenay Latimer's discovery of the coelacanth "fossil fish."
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; interactive videos, which add stop points and assessments to some of our popular short films and animations; and apps for mobile devices, including our EarthViewer app.
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 students or review a topic yourself. More courses coming soon!