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the National Association of Biology Teachers
Multimedia - Stem Cell Animations
Short digitized videos, compter-generated graphics, or a combination of these.
DNA Learning Center, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
How Embryonic Stem Cell Lines are Made
Exploratorium, Microscope Imaging Station
Select from a variety of short videos and animations pertaining to stem cells and their potential.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Seven 1-3 minute animations on the following topics: Human Development and Stem Cells, Mapping Cell Fates, Creating Embryonic Stem Cell Lines, Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer, Zebrafish Heart Regeneration and Newt Limb Regeneration
Riken Center for Developmental Biology
Stem cell animations: select Japanese or English to view any of four animations: Characteristics of Stem Cell, Pluripotent Stem in the Early Embryo, Stem Cells in the Adult Body, and Embryonic Stem Cells in Culture.
Think Quest, Oracle Education Foundation
Here you can find detailed technical information on various cloning related scientific processes.
Thirteen/WNET New York
Innovation Online: Miracle Cell
This site is frequently updated with stem cell animations and videos for high school students.
University of Michigan
Stem Cells Explained and Explored
An interactive tutorial on the basics of stem cells including stem cells defined, embryonic stem cells, cell specialization, adult stem cells, nuclear transfer and stem cells, and drug testing and stem cells.
University of Utah, Genetic Science Learning Center
The Clone Zone
An Interactive cloning timeline and animation from the Genetics Learning Center. Journey through time and see what the "Clone Zone" learned and how policy makers and others have responded to advances in cloning.
University of Wisconsin
An Online NewsHour animation entitled The All-Purpose Cell that explains how the University of Wisconsin team cultivated human embryonic stem cells.
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