MIT Department of BiologyCambridge, MA - United States
Training and research in the department range from general biology to more specialized fields of study and investigation. Quantitative aspects of biology are emphasized and molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, and cell biology are an essential part of the academic program. Courses are designed to give students a solid background in the physical sciences and an integrated scientific perspective. Students graduate from the MIT Department of Biology with the intellectual resources they need to assume leading roles in many areas, including research, teaching, and industry.
The Department of Biology and Marine Biology is a major contributor to the teaching, research, and public service missions of the University of North Carolina Wilmington. We offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate programs that convey a rigorous and up-to-date understanding of the concepts, principles and theories of the biological sciences and provide our students with knowledge of basic investigative skills and methods of biological inqui
- Marine Biology
Research on the regulation of transition from vegetative to reproductive development in flowers, and the generation of floral organs in Arabidopsis thaliana. Includes links to associated groups, and contacts at the Max-Planck Institute, T+-bingen, Germany.
Welcome to Biology at ECU! As a recent arrival I feel fortunate to find myself in a biologically extraordinary region working with a tremendous group of scientists and educators. Our faculty has been widely recognized--by ECU and the UNC system with numerous awards, nationally with competitive grants, and internationally through publications in prestigious journals and awards from professional societies. To obtain more information about the depar
Washington University, School of Medicine, Department of Developmental Biology. The Developmental Biology Department encompasses a group of faculty with primary interests and expertise in developmental biology, stem cell biology, physiology and aging. At present, the principal research activities of this department are focused on the profoundly complex challenge of attaining a mechanistic understanding of organogenesis, encompassing the earliest