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This wiki is a growing resource collection of information and resources for teaching physics for life sciences. It is a community collaboration developed by the faculty community…
  
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D. Zollman, S. Murphy, and D. McBride
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This web site contains resources involving the physics of contemporary medical procedures. This collection is intended mainly to help students gain insight into the physics behind…
  
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This web site contains an algebra-based introductory college physics curriculum with physics concepts motivated by human-functioning applications. It contains a large collection of…
  
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This NOVA article presents an interview with NASA planetary scientist Christopher McKay concerning the possibility that life has existed on Mars. The interview covers all the…
  
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Publisher: University of California Museum of Paleontology, Berkeley
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This site, hosted by the University of California at Berkeley, offers a multiple-page article discussing how the first cells evolved from a "soup" of primordial chemicals. The…
  
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This page of Hyperphysics, from Georgia State University, uses elasticity to explain why a baby needs help--like a smack on the bottom--to take its first breath and also why people…
  
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Publishers: Public Broadcasting Service and Chedd-Angier-Lewis Production Company
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This PBS site contains hands-on activities that model obstructed blood vessels. Materials are simple--straws, clay, and water--and the experiments are easy to do. You'll model how…
  
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This webpage presents theoretical biophysics research on a protein called aquaporin, which allows water to travel through cell walls but blocks the flow of protons (ionized…
  
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M. Beals, L. Gross, and S. Harrell
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This website shows how the surface area to volume ratio limits the size of organisms. The page presents calculations of this ratio for cubes and spheres and contains graphs that help…
  
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M. Klymkowsky, R. Gheen, and K. Garvin-Doxas
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M. Klymkowsky, R. Gheen, and K. Garvin-Doxas, PERC 2006 Proceedings, 3-6.
There is widespread concern about the level of scientific literacy in the U. S. An important, although often overlooked, point, is that student learning is generally only a good as…
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