Welcome to Developmental Biology Interactive

Welcome to Developmental Biology Interactive. The emergence of the social web promises to profoundly affect the way people learn, by sharing information and personal perspective. This site is an experiment to see if some well-developed social networking tools can engage learners, help them understand current science, and develop their skills to evaluate, analyze, distill, and communicate cutting-edge science.

Here, when students write and post their articles, they are writing not for the instructor, but for their peers and indeed anyone in the world with internet access and a browser. Moreover, this is a collaborative effort; students work in groups to organize and coordinate content, students and instructor(s) together establish both subject matter and standards for content.  And of course, we welcome comments, questions and feedback from the world at large!

You can browse these pages by model organism, from the Model Organisms page and drop-down menu. As you highlight different model organisms, subpages addressing specific questions will appear. Of course, you can immediately jump to any of the pages listed on the right-hand column, under Pages.

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Developmental Biology Interactive (www.devbio.biology.gatech.edu) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.

About Jung Choi

Associate Professor School of Biology Georgia Tech
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2 Responses to Welcome to Developmental Biology Interactive

  1. Tali K says:


    I wanted to quote a figure I took from your website. Its abour mouse embryo early stages and I can’t find the source. Maybe you can help me and send the source to me by e-mail.

    Thank you in advance


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