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THE GEM WEBSITE

University of Hawaii

Genetics, Evolution and Molecular biology

Visitor [an error occurred while processing this directive] since Dec 14, 1995.

Click the gem for the link you want! (If you require text links, choose genetics, evolution or molecular biology.

You can also follow a direct link to the

Department of Cell and Molecular Biology

at the University of Hawaii.

 

Constantly under revision!

 

General Info and Searches

 

 

 

 

Welcome to the UH GENETICS, EVOLUTIONARY and MOLECULAR biology (GEM) website. The GEM site is located at the University of Hawaii in the Manoa Valley of Oahu. You can either view a general set of maps of Hawaii, an interactive mapping engine (here you can zoom in or out from East Oahu) , or you can specifically go to a campus map for UH Manoa. You can also see the most recent satellite view of the Pacific east of Hawaii.

 

We aim to serve as a source of information for those interested in what the University of Hawaii offers in these areas of research and education (see also the Peterson's Guide for general information on the UH and its various training programs), while also providing biologists at UH a compendium of website pointers to the outside world.

 

If you prefer, try the UH GEM gopher site, which has many text documents and announcements of interest to the local UH biology community, as well as pointers to Gopher sites of biological interest. You can also pursue more general searches for biology. For a broad search of science in general, be sure to check in at Yahoo. If you are a teacher or precollege student, try K-12 for some special science links. Finally, there is also a page of Links for Medicine.

 

Announcements - check back later

Here are some links to other sites involving biology at UH:

Hawaii is a beautiful place to live and do science! Click on the Hawaiian map

for a list of websites which will help you better understand the islands.

Site manager: Dr. Terrence W. Lyttle, tlyttle@hawaii.edu