A portal to open access science resources around the world, including the Australian Antarctic Data Centre, the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information, NARCIS from the Netherlands and Vascoda from Germany. The site provides federated searching of the national and international databases. The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information and the British Library developed WorldWideScience.org.
The website is a comprehensive collection of Darwin's publications and unpublished papers, including 43,000 pages of searchable text and 150,000 electronic images. Darwin's works are also available as free downloadable mp3 audio files. The collection also includes reviews of Darwin's works and recollections of the man. The University of Cambridge sponsors the project.
The University of Cambridge and its partners have preserved 14,500 of Darwin's letters online. The letters to over 2000 correspondents are fully-searchable. Darwin used letters to collect data and discuss concepts, so the content has scientific as well as biographical significance. Each letter has footnotes to identify people and explain obscure references.
Deceased members of the Academy are remembered in biographies written by those who knew them or their work. Eventually 900 memoirs will be posted as pdf files at this site. Included in the collection are biographies of Linus Pauling, Barbara McClintock, William McElroy, and many more
A professional development site for students, faculty, and professionals in cell biology and other fields of biology. Find videos, blog posts, handbooks, and more in these 4 general areas: Get Inspired, Get Technical, Get Published, and Get Hired.