Share Below is a list of files and links relating to the general field of biotechnology: 3DID-3D Interacting Domains -- Database that combines protein domain interaction data with high-resolution 3-D protein strucutres. Argosy Medical Animation -- Online provider for medical animation and illustration sections. BBSRC Life -- BBSRC explores the science and issues of modern biological research. Bioinformatics Links Directory -- Collection of links. Bio-Link -- Educating the Biotechnology workforce. Biology Degrees to Save the World -- Information about getting your biology degree through an online college or university, as well as glimpses at what to expect in the real world and how you can make your degree work for you. Biology in Motion -- Education about biology featuring activities, exhibits and tutorials. Biology Mad -- Biology related topics. BiotechJournal.com -- On-line biotech journal. Center for Scientific Review -- Resources for reviewers and applicants looking for funding through the NIH. Entrez Help-- NCBI's primary text search and retrival system. Pathogen Portal -- Online resource for scientists studying organisms that are harmful to human health. PRIDE -- PRoteomics IDEntifications database. Protein Lounge -- Complete systems biology with hundreds of signaling pathways. Statsoft Electronic Statistics Textbook -- A free, comprehensive online statistics textbook. Stem Cells Explained and Explored -- An on-line tutorial by the University of Michigan. Sustainability -- Forum on science and technology for sustainability. The Arrowsmith Project Homepage -- Provides information relevant to scientific references. The European Initiative for Biotechnology Education -- Promote skills, enhance understanding and faciliate public debate. The Virtual Cell Web Page -- Website with computer graphics and scientific visualization by Brown University. The Wodak Lab -- An array of resources including DAnCER (Disease Annotated Chromatin Epigenetic Resource), HiveGraph, Cytoscape:GenePro, OrthoNers and more. Tree of Life Web Project -- Biologists explains the diversity, evolutionary history and characteristics of organisms on Earth. ZINC -- A database of commercially available compounds provided by the Shoichet Laboratory at the University of California, San Francisco.