Biology Universities & Schools

    Master’s degree program in bioinformatics

    University of Skövde offers an 18-month study programme in bioinformatics that leads to a Master’s degree. The study programme combines training in core bioinformatics skills, computer science and artificial intelligence. The tuition language is English.

    Mississippi State University

    Information about Mississippi State University, Mississippi’s largest university.

    Molecular and Cellular Biosciences

    The School of Molecular and Cellular Biosciences at the University of Natal-Pietermaritzburg.

    Science Gateway

    An excellent website with links to many journals, databases, protocols for biomedical science and research, including on-site search engine to many databases for cell biology and life science.

    Simon Fraser University Department of Biological Sciences (Canada)

    There are concentrations in molecular biology and biochemistry, behavioural ecology, phylogenetics, animal and plant physiology, and marine biology. These basic research areas are complemented by programs in applied areas such as agricultural and forest pest management, and environmental toxicology. SFU is located in British Columbia, Canada.

    Study Abroad; Biotechnology and Computational Molecular Biology.

    A unique Master programme in Molecular Biology at the School of Life Sciences, at University of Skovde, Sweden, offers you the possibility to choose between two specializations; Biotechnology and Computational Molecular Biology. Links with program and course descriptions, application forms and frequently asked questions.

    The Biology Project at the University of Arizona

    Online interactive resource for learning biology developed at The University of Arizona. Content includes Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Human Biology, Molecular Biology, Mendelian Genetics, and Immunology

    The Zvenigorod Biology Station of MSU

    Home page of Zvenigorod Biology Station.

    Washington University School of Medicine

    Washington University School of Medicine holds a rich history of success in research, education and patient care, earning it a reputation as one of the premier medical schools in the world. Since its founding in 1891, the School has trained nearly 6,000 physicians and has contributed ground-breaking discoveries in many areas of medical research.