Biowww.net is an online portal site with resources focusing on lab bench work related troubleshooting, methods and reagents, discussions in molecular biology, cell biology, genetics, immunology, neuroscience, bioinformatics and proteomics research .
With the increasing vast amount of information available on the internet, it is often difficulty to find an answer to a specific experimental problem. More and more questions are addressed to bioresearch network community for help. However, to find the answer to the specific question is time consuming and sometimes confusing. The purpose of the web site is therefore to create a website collecting these informations in a highly organized way so that people can find the answer to their specific question more easily. The site is constantly under construction with more features and services being available to researchers.
Biowww.net was cited in Science magazine's nextwave 31 Jan 2003 issue "Seven Resources for Young
"Having trouble getting your experiments to work? Visit BioWWW.net for a ready DIY solution. BioWWW.net offers the most sensible bench work trouble-shooting resources for bioresearchers. At present, it has more than 3000 such articles in its records. Its many references are mostly gathered from public bio-newsgroups and academic Web sites, and links to the original sources are retained. Apart from the troubleshooting resources, BioWWW.net also offers a variety of protocols in molecular biology, cell biology, immunology, genetics, and biochemistry. The site is highly dynamic and interactive. Even if you can't find an answer to your query, you can always post a question directly on the site and wait for a response."
Cited in Biotechniques magazine (Vol. 41, No. 2, 2006):
"Maybe you want a job in the biotech industry. Perhaps you are trying to troubleshoot a pesky experimental protocol in molecular biology. You might be searching for databases, educational content, or literature specifi c to microarrays, but no matter what aspect of biological science interests you, there's a good chance you'll fi nd it at Biowww.net. Packed tightly into Biowww's hierarchically organized opening page are links to subject sites that span topics ranging from neurosciences and immunology to jobs and journals, as well as a methods database. There are resources for mass spectrometrists, tools for drug discovery, protocols for site-directed mutagenesis, and even euthanasia guidelines for lab animals. It doesn't matter if your bag is molecular biology, pharmacology, protein chemistry, immunology, electron microscopy, or cell biology, there's something at Biowww almost guaranteed to tickle your fancy."
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