The science section contains documents from my undergraduate, PhD and post-doc time on NMR, Biochemistry and Biophysics.
Biochemistry belongs to science but is also an important pre-clinical subject. At the moment, this site contains some biochemistry tutorials for Oxford students from my post-doc time, but in time, more medically relevant biochemistry will be added as well.
Some useful yet pretty random science links:
Cool website from Liverpool Uni by Roger Beynon to calculate your buffer recipes:
Many useful proteomics tools by the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics:
Multiple sequence alignment from the EMBL-EBI:
Crystallisation prediction by the Barton group in Dundee:
EBI 2can bioinformatics tutorials:
Open courseware (=free info on almost anything!) by MIT:
The Scriptome – scripting recipes for biologists by the FAS Center for Systems Biology, Harvard:
The NMR Wiki, worth joining: