If you are teaching biology, then you have come to the right place to find science videos and short articles that explain science in a fun and entertaining way! In fact, we started this online guide just for you. Of course, if you’re a biology student, this portal might be even more useful.
Following your own curiosity down the rabbit hole of science can be incredibly exciting and (in our opinion) extremely satisfying. If you’re just browsing, you can begin by checking out the world biomes pages and the human biology portal. If you are looking for a particular topic, just search to find pages that are fun to read and videos we hope you’ll love. We are constantly making and adding new pages and videos here, so please let us know what you would like to see. Any questions?
We subdivided the study of biology into a few key categories that we felt were important: Cell Biology, Genetics, Human Biology, Plant Biology, Ecology, Evolution and World Biomes. While this classification mirrors classical biology textbooks to some degree, there is no standard for these categories. We’ve chosen this one so that teachers and students who use any form of biology book can find information on the subject area they’re most interested in. We encourage you to start browsing away. Remember you can search for what you’re looking for, too!
We spend most of our working hours following scientists around the globe. We also spend a lot of time talking to students. We’ve found that students have a general misconception of what a biologist does. Clearly, the job can take many forms. We’re trying to show the reality of research.
Here is a trip we recently took to the Amazon. These are field biologists – entomologists to be exact. We thought this might be a good video to show students an example of what scientists do.
Here is an example of work we did with Dr. Nick Whitney, a shark scientist.