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Link What Dogs Tell Us

A 30 min video recording of a discussion with Michael Kotlikoff, Dean in the College of Veterinary Medicine, and one of the world's foremost...

Pets, Dogs, Human diseases, Medical science, Veterinary science view
Link Vaccine Research at Oxford

A lecture series on vaccine research consisting of 4 lectures covering vaccines for tuberculosis and HIV. Produced by the University of Oxford....

Human diseases, Tuberculosis, HIV, AIDS, Vaccinations, Lecture series view
Link The Dictionary of Victorian London

Contains primary sources covering the social history of Victorian London, including extracts from Victorian newspapers, diaries, journalism,...

Social history, Women, Transport, River Thames, Shops & shopping, Technology, Science, Victorian, London, 19th century, Advertising, Architecture, Charities, Childhood, Clothing & fashions, Communications, Crime, Death & dying, Human diseases, French Education, Entertainment, Finance, Food & drink, Health & hygiene, Houses & housing, Legal system, Lighting, Markets, Police, British politics, Photography, Populations, Prisons, Professions & trades, Religion, History view
Link Microbiology course

A comprehensive online introductory course in microbiology consiting of 10 units covering a range of topics including bacteria, metabolism, human...

Biodiversity, Bacteria, Human diseases, Virus, Fungi, Protozoa view
Link Cancer Biology

A comprehensive online course on cancer biology comprising 9 units covering all aspects including molecular biology, cell biology and cancer...

Medical science, Cancer, Cell growth, Cancer therapy, Human diseases view
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