April 1, 2008 (Vol. 28, No. 7)
You’ve gotta like a site whose stated aims are “we make efforts to provide the biology community with the latest videos/movies/information on human genetics, science experiments, science projects, biotechnology, current biology news and much more.” Better yet, the site is “community driven.” Even better yet, the range of videos and information is jaw-dropping. When you visit the site, start at the hyperlinked panel on the right side of the opening page. There you can click on animations/videos covering DNA replication, DNA helicase action, RNA interference, protein assembly, and the ATPase synthase complex. There are WAAAAY more animations and other materials at the site that I can list here. Check it out. You will not be disappointed.