The Biology Image Library is a growing, open source collection of over 700 text supported microscopic and macroscopic images and videos drawn from commercially prepared slide collections and live specimens commonly used in the study of Biology, Botany, Zoology, Histology and Microbiology. The Library was originally the creation of Professor Fayette Reynolds. It has grown to include many contributors.
Research? Is that just looking up stuff and writing about it? Or is it something more? And how do I get started? If these are some of the questions running through your mind, we have the answers you need. Check out the link below to the short video that will introduce you to college-level research and get you started on the right path.