- The Secrets Inside Us – NYTimes.com
- How to see white blood cells in your eye – the Blue Field Entoptic Phenomenon – YouTube
- Building a DIY microscope (how it all went terribly wrong)
- Finding Information on Charles Darwin (UC Berkeley Bioscience Library)
- What Is Wrong with Dissections? (Scientific American Blog Network)
More Worthwhile Links
- Wayne’s Word (the most interesting biology site on the Web)
- The Bridges Program
- Palomar Arboretum
- Palomar Planetarium
- HAPS: The Human Anatomy & Physiology Society
- From HAPS: up-to-date info on a variety of scientific topics.
- National Association of Biology Teachers
- National Center for Science Education
- 2013-14 Palomar College Academic Calendar
- Mathematics & the Natural and Health Sciences Division
- Palomar College Home
Category Archives: Worthwhile Reads
“When the news broke recently that a team of Belgian scientists had “discovered” a new body part — a ligament located just outside the knee — the first place my mind went was to Padua, Italy…” via The Secrets Inside … Continue reading
“We seem to now teach anatomy in exactly the same way that it was being taught at the end of the dark ages. Specifically, students look at bodies of animals, but are not encouraged in any way to make real … Continue reading
“The borderlines between genuine science and pseudoscience may be fuzzy, but this should be even more of a call for careful distinctions, based on systematic facts and sound reasoning.” via The Dangers of Pseudoscience – NYTimes.com.
Why Are There Still So Few Women in Science? – NYTimes.com.
via ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ Author Dives Into 19th Century Science | Here & Now.
How Our Stone Age Bodies Struggle To Stay Healthy In Modern Times : NPR.
“Here Dr. Sacks recounts the case histories of patients lost in the bizarre, apparently inescapable world of neurological disorders: people afflicted with fantastic perceptual and intellectual aberrations; patients who have lost their memories and with them the greater part of … Continue reading