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Objective: Create a bank of digital images, video, and animations that can be used and adapted for teaching Biology. Copying the material, modifying and adapting it to meet the professor's needs, and subsequent distribution to students is permitted with the condition that this is noncommercial, that the supplier (BIODIDAC) of the material is acknowledged, and that its use is registered. [Information of the supplier]
Picture databasesResource type
Project Gutenberg's Biology Bookshelf provides access on several dozens of historical botany books written by authors like Charles Darwin, Asa Gray, Hugo de Vries, Jean-Henri Fabre and Ernst Haeckel. These free ebooks are available in ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats. [Editorial staff vifabio]
Access on historical literatureResource type
3. biopix
Biopix is a searchable presentation of biological photos, primarily from Scandinavia. [Information of the supplier]
Picture databasesResource type
The Federal Agency for Nature Conservation provides various ways of accessing maps and spatial information. Besides conventional, static maps, there are also interactive online maps (web mapping applications). These feature a wide range of display and query options, for example allowing you to select map content and areas to display, or to view additional information. [Information of the supplier]
Other reference worksResource type
The Virtual Language Observatory (VLO) is meant to be the open market place where users can find metadata descriptions of all language resources and tools/services which we can harvest from any useful and trusted source. Currently VLO contains more than 230.000 resources and more than 400 tools already. When filtering by genre "biologie", users will find digitised biology titles in German (48 titles, as of July 2015). [Information of the supplier, modified]
Access on historical literatureResource type
On 7, 8 and 9 June 2017 the Maria Sibylla Merian Society, Artis Library of the University of Amsterdam and ARTIS Academy will host an international conference in The Royal Tropical Institute (KIT), Artis Zoo and the Artis Library UvA in Amsterdam. The aim of the conference is to bring together new research and projects relating to Maria Sibylla Merian. With her life and work as a focal point this conference will also explore topics that relate to Merian from a broader perspective, such as the religious ... [Information of the supplier, modified]
Conferences and Congresses (archive)Resource type
The Cornell Plant Pathology Herbarium (CUP) is home to several major photograph collections, together amounting to over 60,000 prints and negatives. A small fraction of our photos have been digitized and can be viewed through this site. Our collections document the last 120 years of plant pathology, mycology, and agricultural practice. Many photographs are tied to specimens in our specimen collection, making them uniquely useful for biological research. [Information of the supplier]
Picture databasesResource type
RERO DOC is the digital library of RERO, the Library Network of Western Switzerland. It has been created to promote, preserve and provide public access to the scholarly literature produced be the institutions participating to the project (electronic theses, dissertations and e-prints) as well as to the digitalized collections of RERO libraries. In the framework of the Open Access initiative it provides a platform for researchers in member universities to self-archive their publications. [Information of the supplier]
Literature databases; Access on historical literatureResource type
e-corpus is a collective digital library that catalogs and disseminates numerous documents: manuscripts, archives, books, journals, prints, audio recordings, etc. This diverse platform presents cultural diversity worldwide and specifically in the Euro-Mediterranean region. e-corpus proposes a variety of themes and a large quantity of digital documents presented by numerous organizations and countries. Based on cutting edge technologies, e-corpus offers a simple and direct public access to a rich ... [Information of the supplier]
Access on historical literatureResource type
There is no human editor behind e! Science News; it is powered by the Eureka! news engine, a fully automated artificial intelligence. Its sole purpose is to ensure that you have access to the very latest and popular science breakthroughs. To achieve this, it constantly surfs the web to gather, regroup, categorize, tag and rank science news from all major science news sources. It computes relationships between science articles and news found on the web using a vector space model and hierarchical clustering. ... [Information of the supplier]
Discipline based websitesResource type
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