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Biology: Useful Links

This guide has been designed to help you with information resources that you will use in your research. Select from the tabs above to search for all types of the books, journals, and websites.

The research process

Here's a step by step guide, aimed at bioscience students:

  • 'Engage in research'
    Getting started, reviewing the literature, planning your research, statistics, and writing up & presenting your research.

Open Online Courses in Biology


The European Society of Human Genetics (ESHG)

The European Society of Human Genetics 

is a non-profit organization. Its aims are to promote research in basic and applied human and medical genetics, to ensure high standards in clinical practice and to facilitate contacts between all persons who share these aims, particularly those working in Europe. The Society will encourage and seek to integrate research and its translation into clinical benefits and professional and public education in all areas of human genetics.

HUDSEN - Human Developmental Studies Network

Via the Resources section of the HUDSEN website, you can also access the HUDSEN Human Spatial Gene Expression Database and the HUDSEN Electronic Atlas of the Developing Human Brain.


This web site aims to provide the pure enjoyment of looking at natural objects, mostly animal skeletons, in 3D. The new version released in October 2009 is especially re-designed for easier public access. We hope that it will trigger scientific interests among the visitors.