Other useful resources
Other resources of potential interest.
XDF Programme Tutorials
A selection of presentations delivered by researchers from the Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine in Edinburgh as part of the Cross-disciplinary Fellowships [XDF] Programme. These tutorials cover a broad range of biomedical science (and related) topics and are intended to provide general introduction to complex biomedical problems for people with little previous exposure to biomedical research. Some videos are accessible to University of Edinburgh affiliates only.
Lynda.com online courses
Lynda.com is an online skills development service offering an extensive library of high quality video courses in digital, technology, creative and business skills. The University has recently procured a three-year campus-wide licence for use by staff and students.
The CommKit is a collection of guides to successful communication in the biological sciences, written by the Broad Research Communication Lab (BRCL) Fellows.
PubMed Online Training
Tutorials on searching biomedical literature using PubMed - a free resource that provides access to the National Library of Medicine database of citations and abstracts.
PubMed Bookshelf provides free online access to books and documents in life science and healthcare. Search, read, and discover.
MIT Open Textbooks
Free online access to books and documents in health sciences and technology.
The open-content textbooks collection that anyone can edit.
PubMed Biomedical Research and Informatics
A hub containing links to many biomedical resources and databases.
Oxford Biomedical Research Centre - Online Resources and Toolkits
Evidence based medicine and healthcare resources
Science on Saturday at Yale
Science Saturdays is a special lecture series designed for families that brings the excitement of research and the passion of scientists to school-age children and adults. Each event involves a lecture by a Yale professor and engaging science demonstrations run by Yale college students. The lectures are free and open to the public. Many of them on topics related to biomedical sciences.
A free publication of MIT course materials that reflects almost all the undergraduate and graduate subjects taught at MIT.