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Biology-Nation was founded on May 3rd, 2009. Being in the field of biology first-hand, it has always been a daunting task to extract and compile the necessary information needed; not without spending long hours browsing through huge textbooks and hunting for online resources.
The frustration of this long traditional process is the reason why Biology-Nation was created. Our Team here at Biology-Nation does all the research for you. We here at Biology-Nation have compiled tons of useful information, Lists, Articles, Quotes, Videos, Images, Links, and Message Boards all for your use free of charge. The idea behind Biology-Nation was to create a site which has everything related to biology in one simple format. This allows for you, the website visitor, to find everything you need; related to biology, all on one site; www.biology-nation.com.
Our Mission at Biology-Nation is simple, we plan on providing quality content all related to the field of biology. In doing so we increase awareness and introduce new ideas and topics all related to biology. Biology-Nation is a free online resource reference site providing rich biology content; we do not charge anyone to access the wealth of information found here on Biology-Nation. Our hope is to expand the minds of aspiring biologists and aid professional biologists by becoming a source of information and serve as a research reference to all.
We here at Biology-Nation feel that scientific advancement and the promise of discovery, openness and learning in biology should not be hindered or prevented by any monetary fee or costs. Biology is life, and we as a living species are entitled to the wealth of knowledge found in biology today, by any means. As our entire site is meant to be free for everyone, this is our way of ensuring that even those with limited means can have access to the most advanced and up-to-date information and research in biology that is available out there around the world today.
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|“||It is difficult just to find and decide which Biology Colleges and Universities to attend. It is even more arduous to find a good college or university that specializes only in biological studies. There are good Biology Colleges and Universities out there to apply to; we hope that this List of Biology Colleges and Universites makes it simple and will be useful to you in finding and pursuing your studies, career and endeavors in biology.||”|
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