Interactive eBiolabs Community site

We use eBiolabs to train our undergraduate students to become research scientists.  From biochemistry to neuroscience, molecular biology to physiology and pharmacology, cell biology and cancer, if it's a technique that biomedical scientists need to know, the chances are we teach it using eBiolabs.   

This ebiolabs community site was created to allow students easy access to lots of that exciting interactive content and enable the exploration of the different Life Science subject areas in more detail. 

Whether you are visiting the university laboratories, at home or in a classroom, you will be able to engage with the different activities carried out in our laboratories using the resources provided on this site.  It aims to blend theory with practical experiments so that you get a fuller understanding of the specific subject areas. 

We are working towards incorporating content that encompasses all the different Faculty schools of:

For full accessibility of this site, we recommend using Internet Explorer as your internet browser. 

For new users, you will need to create an account in order to access the content.  Please go to ebiolabs and click log in and then create an account.  Enter your email address and create a memorable password.  You will then need to wait for the validation email (check SPAM/ junk folder) to arrive before you log back in again and access the content. 

We have a duty to monitor all the users of the site and as such, please do complete the monitoring questions accordingly.  If you have any further questions regarding this, please contact:

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