iBiology Microscopy Course Light microscopy has become one of the most useful tools in the life sciences. This free online comprehensive course begins with the basics of optics, proceeds through transmitted light microscopy, covers the various methods of imaging fluorescent samples, describes how cameras work and image processing, and concludes with some of the latest advances in light microscopy. In addition to lectures, we also cover pragmatics of how to use microscopes.
iBiology Microscopy Short Course This 14 lecture short course provides a good overview for the techniques of light microscopy. Leading scientists in light microscopy cover the basics of optics, transmitted light, fluorescence and GFP, digital imaging, and recent advances in super-resolution microscopy.
Bench to Bedside The Bench to Bedside series is intended to introduce opportunities and challenges in research into major human health related disorders and cutting-edge disease oriented research. Most talks pair clinical and basic science investigators who describe an important medical problem and the contributions of science to diagnosis, treatment and/or cure.
iBiology Scientific Teaching Series The iBiology Scientific Teaching Series is a collection of videos that provides current and future undergraduate biology instructors with the tools to design and implement a student-centered curriculum using evidence-based pedagogy.
Synthetic Biology Course
The European Molecular Biology Organization (EMBO)/iBiology synthetic biology course covers general principles, technical challenges, current research, and ethical issues in synthetic biology research.
Engineering Life Flipped Course How did life evolve? How can we understand the principles of biological systems to create new proteins, new chemicals, biological structures, cells and tissues? These topics are covered in this "flipped course" which combines online lectures from scientific leaders in the field with related scientific papers, along with a series of questions to prompt discussion
Cell Biology Flipped Classroom Course The Cell Biology Flipped Course was built around the flipped classroom model, where students watched iBioSeminars as homework with assignments to guide them through the video, and then met once a week for an in-depth discussion around a scientific question relating to the talk.