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iBioSeminars (iBiology)

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http://www.ibiology.org Lecturers generously donate their time to prepare these lectures. The project is funded by NSF and NIGMS, and is supported by the ASCB and HHMI. Free, on-demand lectures: Many universities/colleges have limited access to high profile leaders in biological research. Our goal is to add 15-20 seminars per year, of similar quality to outstanding lectures that are currently in this library. Access, through web streaming or download, is completely free-of-charge. Please help us keep this resource free by subscribing to the podcasts, giving us a rating, and leaving your comments at the bottom of the collection pages. Thanks! Targeting a broad audience: iBioSeminars start with an extended introduction, making them accessible to non-specialists and students, and then progress to cover current research. Senior scientists and students can view and enjoy these lectures. Education: iBioSeminars are being used by undergraduate and graduate teachers to augment their classroom material. We have now added an education component to this web site (including lecture notes, questions/answers and short video clips for teaching). International communication: iBioSeminars have viewers in 115 countries and they are being internally promoted in several countries as an educational tool and scientific resource.