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ABA Section of Intellectual Property Law
The American Bar Association (ABA) provides a comprehensive section on Intellectual Property. The website offers highlights in recent publications, webinar and conference information, and other helpful resources.

Advanced Energy Legislation Tracker
The Advanced Energy Legislation Tracker from the Center for the New Energy Economy and Advanced Energy Economy at Colorado State University provides information on pending energy-related legislation in all 50 states. Legislation can be searched by keyword as well as browsed by state or by topic. The Tracker also provides access to trend and analysis reports, as well as to maps and graphs that show the distribution of bills by topic and by state.

American Psychological Association
The American Psychological Association website offers a wide range of general and concise research information relating to psychology. In addition to highlighting research and upcoming events for practitioners and scientists, this website includes a database with informative articles on specific psychological disorders.

American Society for Bioethics and Humanities
The American Society for Bioethics and Humanities (ASBH) attempts to promote the exchange of ideas and foster cooperation across the fields involved in bioethics. The website offers links to bioethics publications.

ASU College of Law Public Health Law and Policy Program
This site provides information about the Public Health Law and Policy Program at the Sandra Day OConnor College of Law, Arizona State University.

BBC Science & Nature: Mind
The BBC Science: Human Body & Mind website presents a broad overview of topics in psychology in the form of online articles. Additionally, this website provides resources to learn about how the brain functions and where psychological disorders can arise.

Bio-Medical Library (University of Minnesota)
The University of Minnesota’s Biomedical Library provides resources for clinicians, veterinarians, and those generally interested in medicine, dentistry, or public health. Each subject area on this website is followed with a list of key resources for fundamental learning and current research.

Bioethics Blog
The American Journal of Bioethics offers a blog dedicated to bioethics issues.

Bioethics Information Resources
The U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, maintains this page that links to various bioethics resources.

Bioethics Topics
This website provides an overview and frequently asked questions concerning various bioethics topics. From the University of Washington School of Medicine.
(3535Hits) provides current global information concerning the field of bioethics and other related fields.

Bioethics: UNESCO Social and Human Sciences
From the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), this website provides recent publications in the field of bioethics. This website also offers information about bioethics, science, and society.

BioPortal | BioPortail
"Canada is fast becoming a biotechnology hub, and the Canadian government has created this site as a clearinghouse of information both about biotechnology in general and about the various governmental strategies they have adopted in order to encourage development in this area. The materials on the site are divided into five sections: "BioGateway", "BioBasics", "BioStrategy", "BioRegulations", and "BioGov". Laypeople may wish to start their exploration of the site at the "BioBasics" section. Here they can learn about the various types of biotechnology and their applications in the environment, food production, and as a form of sustainable development. The "BioGateway" area is geared towards those persons who might want to know more about how the Canadian government is attempting to coordinate and encourage biotechnology across the nation. Its worth noting that visitors can also sign up for email updates on the site." Scout Report

Biotechnology Industry Organization
The Biotechnology Industry Organization is a non-profit organization intended to promote advances in biotechnology research and innovation. The Organization’s website promulgates their annual reports on the state of biotechnology in the United States and provides press releases and commentaries on current developments in the field.

BNA Chemical Regulation Reporter
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Reports on the regulation of chemicals, pesticides, and hazardous materials transport.

BNA Environment Reporter
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Legislative, regulatory, legal, and policy news concerning the environment. Published weekly except the week of Labor Day and the week of Christmas. Contains all issues published since January 26, 1996.

BNA Federal Environment & Safety Regulatory Monitoring Report
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Summarizes every proposed and final rule of the Environmental Protection Agency, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, and the Transportation Departments Research and Special Programs Administration.

BNA Intellectual Property Law Resource Center
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The BNA Intellectual Property Law Resource Center provides a wide variety of intellectual property resources, such as: U.S. Patents Quarterly (USPQ); federal statutes and regulations; Patents and the Federal Circuit; Harmon on Patents; Trade Secrets: Protections and Remedies; Patent, Trademark & Copyright Journal; Patent, Trademark & Copyright Law Daily; World Intellectual Property Report.

BNA International Environment Reporter
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Covers international environmental law and policy in the major industrialized and developing nations. This database contains all issues published since February 7, 1996.

BNA Toxics Law Reporter
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Covers toxic tort, hazardous waste, and related insurance litigation, from filings to final decisions. This database contains all issues published since January 24, 1996.

Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences
The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) maintains the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences website. This website provides information concerning board procedures, contact information, hearing information, patent interference, opinions, decisions, statistics, and other resources.

Canadian Intellectual Property Office
The Canadian Intellectual Property Office provides a website which offers information on the Office’s programs and services, including making a patent, trademark, copyright, industrial design, or integrated circuit topography claim

CDC State Tobacco Activities Tracking and Evaluation (STATE) System
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention STATE website provides current and historical data on state-level efforts to prevent and control tobacco use. Reports can be browsed by topic and detailed reports can be generated for individual states.

CDC Wonder
CDC Wonder (Wide-ranging Online Data for Epidemiologic Research) provides a database with informational resources of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Center for Disease Control and Prevention
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a U.S. agency within the Department of Health and Human Services. The CDC aims to protect public health and safety by giving information to the public to promote health.

Center for International Environmental Law
Information and publications relating to CIEL programs and research regarding chemicals, climate change, biodiversity and wildlife, biotechnology, trade and sustainable development, international financial institutions, law and communities, and human rights and the environment.

Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology
Part of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), this webpage supports U.S. nanotechnology from discovery to production, focusing on commerce. The NIST Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology (CNST) provides industry, academia, and government agencies with access to nanoscale measurement methods, fabrication methods, and technology.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Nanotechnoloy
This website, maintained by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), provides an overview of the CDC’s explanation of workplace safety and health concerning nanotechnology. The webpage also provides links to additional resources, nanotechnology publications, and information concerning the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), the leading federal agency conducting research on nanotechnology.
A database of clinical trials conducted throughout the world. From the U.S. National Institutes of Health.

Code of Federal Regulations Title 37
Online access to patents, trademarks and copyrights regulations.

Cooperative Patent Classification System - USPTO
The Cooperative Patent Classification (CPC) system is a joint partnership between the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the European Patent Office (EPO) that harmonizes their existing classification systems: the European Classification (ECLA) and United States Patent Classification (USPC), respectively. This USPTO webpage provides resources on the new classification system.

dbGaP, the database of Genotypes and Phenotypes
Includes SHARe (SNP Health Association Resource), the web-based dataset that enables qualified researchers to access a wealth of data from large population-based studies, starting with the landmark Framingham Heart Study. SHARe will accelerate discoveries linking genes and health, thereby advancing scientists understanding of the causes and prevention of cardiovascular disease and other disorders.

DNA Patent Database
Georgetown University’s DNA Patent Database is intended to serve as a resource for the public and policy makers. The database offers DNA-based patents and applications issues by the USPTO.

Drugs@FDA: FDA Approved Drug Products
This U.S. Food and Drug Administration database details all products approved for distribution in the U.S. market. Users can search by drug name, active ingredient, or application number.

Electronic Official Gazette for Patents
The Electronic Official Gazette for Patents, maintained by the USPTO, allows users to browse through patents that have been issued on a weekly basis. The database can be browsed by classification or type of patent.

Electronic Official Gazette for Trademarks
The Electronic Official Gazette for Trademarks, maintained by the USPTO, allows users to browse through trademarks that have been issued each week.

Embryo Project Encyclopedia
The Embryo Project Encyclopedia is an online repository of information related to the science of embryos, development, and reproduction. The Encyclopedia is a product of the Embryo Project and is supported by Arizona State University and the Marine Biological Laboratory. It contains photographs, videos, microscope slides, descriptive encyclopedia articles, and narrative scholarly essays. The Encyclopedia also contains a special section of resources on legal decisions that have shaped how embryos are treated.

Entrez, the Life Sciences Search Engine
The Entrez Life Sciences Search Engine is the integrated search system from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) that allows users to either browse a list of relevant databases or search across databases to find interdisciplinary materials.

Environmental Protection Agency: Learn the Issues
The Environmental Protection Agency website provides learning materials arranged by topic in environmental science. Each topic on this website is further divided into subtopics, with concise articles and information describing each issue.

EPA - Climate Change
This portion of the EPAs web site has information on climate change for communities, individuals, business, states, localities and governments.

Ethics Related Websites
From the Dartmouth College Ethics Institute, this webpage offers links to additional websites discussing bioethical concerns.

ETHX on the Web
This website offers sources available from the Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown University.

European Patent Office
The European Patent Office (EPO) offers an application procedure to seek patent protection in European countries. The EPO website provides information on applying for a patent, searching for a patent, and European patent law and practice.

European Pharmaceutical Review
The European Pharmaceutical Review is published bimonthly on drug discovery and related technologies. Although access to new content requires a subscription, this website provides limited access to older articles, as well as news in the field, reports, and information about events.
(2147Hits) provides convenient access to information provided by the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services concerning seasonal, H1N1 (swine), H5N1 (bird), and pandemic flu information. This website seeks to educate and guide: the general public, health and emergency preparedness professionals, policy-makers, government and business leaders, schools, and communities.

Food and Drug Administration - Nanotechnology
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) provides a website describing the implications of nanotechnology and the FDA’s activities with regard to this emerging field. It also provides the FDA’s Nanotechnology Task Force Report, as well as other related links.

Free Medical Journals and Books
This website contains free PDFs of medical journals, books, and textbooks.

Gene Gateway
Gene Gateway is a collection of guides and tutorials that can be used to investigate chromosomes, genetic disorders, molecular structures, and more. It is maintained by the U.S. Department of Energy Biological and Environmental Research program.

Gene Therapy Weekly
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Gene Therapy Weekly features recent discoveries & innovations in human gene therapy research. Coverage includes, but is not limited to, advances in genetically engineered vaccines, protein delivery, vector development, antisense technology, and pharmaceuticals.
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  • Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News: GEN
    Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News publishes both online and in print and includes short articles on current events, as well as technical articles on new technologies and techniques. Among the specific topics included are BioBusiness, Bioprocessing, and Drug Discovery.

    Genome Programs of the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science
    This U.S. Department of Energy web site gives access to information on the Human Genome Project and the Microbial Genome Program. Each of these project websites provides more detailed information on social issues, related publications, and the science behind the discoveries.

    Genomic Science Program
    The Genomic Science Program of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) aims to reveal the genetic blueprint of plant and microbial systems relevant to DOE missions. The Program’s website has information on progress in genomics.
    (944Hits), a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services resource, offers information on global health topics and programs, provides health resources organized by region of the world, and lists health-related worldwide news and events.

    Glossary of Biotechnology for Food and Agriculture
    Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

    Glossary of Biotechnology Terms
    The Glossary of Biotechnology Terms serves as a comprehensive online dictionary relating to biotechnology. Terms can be searched for, and the website returns a concise definition with a list of related terms.

    Health & Environmental Research Online (HERO)
    The Health and Environmental Research Online (HERO) database, provided by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), affords scientific literature behind the EPA science assessments. New studies are continuously added to HERO. This database includes greater than 300,000 scientific articles from peer-reviewed literature utilized by EPA to create Integrated Science Assessments (ISA) that feed into the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) review. HERO also includes data and references from Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS), a database supporting agency policy-making for chemical regulation.

    Health - National Conference of State Legislatures
    The National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL) is an organization serving legislators and staff of all 50 states in the U.S. NCSL provides research, technical assistance, and the ability for policymakers to exchange ideas. NCSL tracks important health issues in the legislature and provides information on programs sponsored by NCSL.

    Health Services and Sciences Research Resources
    The U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health provides a database which contains information on datasets, instruments, and indices employed in public health research.
    (1133Hits) provides public assistance in determining healthcare options and insurance.

    Human Genome Acronym List
    The Human Genome Acronym List is maintained by the U.S. Department of Energy Human Genome Project. The list provides explanations for acronyms related to genomics.

    HumGen International
    Humgen is a database on the ethical, legal and social issues in human genetics from the University of Montreal.

    IEEE Xplore
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    This site contains two resources related to nanotechnology: The IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology (TNANO)and the IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine. The IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology publishes novel and significant results in engineering at the nanoscale. IEEE Nanotechnology Magazine publishes peer-reviewed articles regarding emerging trends and practices in industrial electronics products.

    Index to the United States Patent Classification (USPC) System
    The USPTO maintains this webpage, which provides an index to the USPC System in html or pdf format.

    Indian Health Service - Best Practices, Promising Practices, and Local Efforts Database
    The Indian Health Service (IHS) Best Practices, Promising Practices, and Local Efforts (BP/PP/LE) Database contains a collection of prevention/intervention strategies that works to improve the health of American Indian/Alaska Native populations.

    Intellectual Property and Technology Forum
    This website, maintained by Boston College Law School, allows users to search the Intellectual Property & Technology Forum for articles, browse IP-related external links, and learn about upcoming conferences.

    International Association of Nanotechnology
    The International Association of Nanotechnology is a non-profit organization seeking to foster research and collaboration in nanotechnology. The association provides education and training in nanotechnology worldwide.

    International Council on Nanotechnology
    The International Council of Nanotechnology (ICON) website provides nanotechnology news, reports from the Council, and other related nanotechnology information. ICON is a global organization seeking to provide interactions to create a sustainable nanotechnology industry.

    IP Insider
    From the publishers of The American Lawyer.

    IP Mall
    This website for Intellectual Property, Commerce, & Technology, maintained by the University of New Hampshire School of Law, offers resources for IP law such as best practices, current awareness updates, global information, and much more.

    IP Newsflash
    This website is updated every hour and lists the most recent IP related press articles, notices of the patent offices and important decisions.

    Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics
    The Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics seeks to conduct advanced scholarship on the ethics in clinical practice and public health at local and global levels.

    Journal of Intellectual Property
    The Journal of Intellectual Property is a student-run journal which discusses current issues in IP, including copyright, trademark, patent, and trade secret law.

    Journal of Medical Case Reports
    The Journal of Medical Case Reports is an open-access, peer-reviewed online journal from BioMed Central that publishes medical case reports.

    Kaiser Family Foundation
    The Kaiser Family Foundation is anon-profit organization that seeks to provide independent information on health issues in the United States.  The Foundations website offers resources and information on a variety of health topics including statistics and reports.

    Kennedy Institute of Ethics
    This website provides a comprehensive bioethics library, among other resources for bioethics.

    Knowledge for Health (K4Health)
    The Knowledge for Health resource is a joint project of USAID and Johns Hopkins University. It provides access to a information on USAIDs work throughout the world and to a variety of K4Healths global publications.

    LawAtlas collects information on state-level laws related to health care. It offers Interactive Law Maps which enable users to access the law as it exists today and see how it has changed over time, provides access to Policy Surveillance Reports prepared by the Public Health Law Research program, and makes the underlying legal data, codebooks, and protocols of the Reports available.

    Medical Heritage Library
    The Medical Heritage Library is a digital collection of historical medical resources, such as medical rare books, journals, and films.

    Medline Plus
    The consumer health information (CHI) website from the National Library of Medicine provides information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues. It also contains dictionaries, encyclopedias, and drug information.

    Nanotech Regulatory Document Archive
    The Nanotech Regulatory Document Archive is a searchable database containing government documents from several nations relating to the regulation of nanotechnology.

    Nanotechnology and Health
    From the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF), this webpage provides information on the EDF’s view of nanotechnology and its partnership with DuPont.

    Nanotechnology and International Law Research Guide
    This GlobaLex research guide focuses on the international legal treatment of nanotechnology. It lists a variety of international resources related to nanotechnology, including books and articles, electronic databases, and websites. It addresses topics such as risk management, laboratory practice, and standards development. The guide also provides links to country-specific resources.

    Nanowerk is a portal of nanotechnology information containing news, RSS feeds, and other nanotechnology resources.

    National Association of County & City Health Officials
    The National Association of County & City Health Officials’ (NACCHO) webpage provides information on community heath, environmental health, infrastructure and systems, and preparedness. NACCHO also provides model rules pertaining to public health.

    National Association of Patent Practitioners
    The National Association of Patent Practitioners is a nonprofit organization supporting practitioners in IP. The website offers practice resources, ethics links, treaties, and newsletters.

    National Cancer Institute - Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer
    This website, maintained by the U.S. National Institutes of Health, provides news, access to a newsletter, and general information about nanotechnology improving cancer outcomes.

    National Center for Biotechnology Information
    The National Center for Biotechnology Information website offers resources sorted by subject. This website allows users to search for a particular database or use the provided categories to access research papers, tutorials, and tools related to that category.

    National Center for Health Statistics
    Published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this website contains public health statistics.

    National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law
    Judges, lawyers, scientists and law enforcement personnel are overwhelmed by the amount of science and technology information required to meet many legal challenges. Until now, navigating the vast terrain of information contained within the existing case law, scientific journals, reports, publications and other resources was an impossible task. The National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law assembles the available scientific, technological, and relevant legal resources into a comprehensive "one-stop" searchable database with equal access for all.

    National Human Genome Research Institute
    The National Human Genome Research Institute is part of the National Institutes of Health. The Institute develops resources and technology that accelerates human genome research, as well as studies the ethical, legal, and social implications of genome research.

    National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
    The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) seeks to reduce human illness by understating how the environment affects diseases and disabilities. NIEHS has researchers in biostatistics, comparative medicine, epidemiology, molecular carcinogenesis, molecular genetics, neurobiology, reproductive & developmental stages, respiratory biology, signal transduction, structural biology, and toxicology & pharmacology. The website also has current news information in the health field.

    National Institute of Health Videocasts
    This U.S. Department of Health and Human services website makes special National Institute of Health events, seminars, and lectures available to viewers via VideoCast.

    National Institute of Justice
    The National Institute of Justice website provides an extensive list of online resources relating to the forensic sciences. Information is organized in categories including laboratory operations, evidence, investigations, and wrongful convictions.

    National Institute of Mental Health
    The website for the National Institute of Mental Health offers up-to-date information on psychological disorders and issues within the field. The website also contains an Educational Resources section which offers learning materials for various age groups and subject matter

    National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Data and Statistics
    The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) website contains extensive data and statistics related to worker health and safety.

    National Institutes of Health
    The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is a U.S. agency responsible for biomedical and health research.

    National Library of Medicine Databases and Electronic Resources
    The National Library of Medicine is the worlds largest biomedical library. The Library website provides access to a variety of electronic resources and databases, including, TOXNET, Entrez, Pubmed, and Medline.

    National Nanotechnology Initiative
    The National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) provides a framework, developed by multiple agencies, to ensure U.S. leadership in nanotechnology. The website contains educational information and events, as well as publications and resources.

    National Technical Information Service (NTIS)
    National Technical Information Service (NTIS), maintained by the U.S. Department of Commerce, serves as a resource center for government-funded scientific, technical, engineering, and business activities. NTIS allows access to publications in nanotechnology.

    Nature - News

    NIG -- Office of Technology Transfer
    "The NIH Office of Technology Transfer evaluates, protects, monitors, and manages the wide range of NIH and FDA discoveries, inventions, and other intellectual property as mandated by the Federal Technology Transfer Act and related legislation.

    NIH Handbook: Genetics Home Reference - Your guide to understanding genetic conditions
    Genetics Home Reference is the National Library of Medicines web site for consumer information about genetic conditions and the genes or chromosomes related to those conditions.

    NOVA Online: Cracking the Code of Life
    Cracking the Code of Life was a NOVA special program that aired in 2001. The two-hour program chronicles the race to decode the human genome.

    Occupational Safety & Health Administration - Nanotechnology
    This web site by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration provides safety and health tips on nanotechnology.

    Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
    The Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health, a part of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, oversees 14 public health offices and provides news on current health issues.

    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
    The OECD’s website attempts to understand what drives economic, social and environmental change. The website offers a variety of resources supplied by governments. The website also provides up-to-date topical information in public health as well as vital statistics.

    Penn Center for Bioethics
    This website provides access to current news articles in bioethics.

    Plants and Crops – National Agricultural Library
    The USDA National Agricultural Library’s Plants and Crops webpage lists resources related to plant genetics and biotechnology.

    PMC (PubMed Central)
    PMC is a free full-text archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature at the U.S. National Institutes of Health’s National Library of Medicine. The archive is related to PubMed, but where PubMed contains citations and abstracts, PMC contains full-text articles. Content in PMC can be browsed by journal title, volume and issue, and the archive has both basic and advanced search functions.

    Popline (POPulation information onLINE) is maintained by K4Health Project  at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and is funded by the  United States Agency for International Development (USAID). This webpage contains information concerning population, family planning, and related health issues.

    Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues, 2009-2017
    The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues was an advisory panel of leaders in medicine, science, ethics, engineering, religion, and law. This Commission advised the President on bioethical issues.

    Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies
    The Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies was established in April 2005 as a partnership with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and the Pew Charitable Trusts. The webpage provides publications, news, and events in nanotechnology.

    Proteomics Weekly
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    Proteomics Weekly reports focus on research at the protein level and include AIDS, cancer, and other diseases, technology, drug development, and industry news. Available on ASU E-Journals and on Westlaw.

    Public Health Image Library (PHIL)
    Published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), this website contains photographs, illustrations, and multimedia files concerning public health.

    Public Library of Science
    The Public Library of Science (PLoS) offers news articles and blogs regarding current issues in science. PLoS is a nonprofit organization that publishes articles in science and medicine with the hope of providing easy access to important research in the field.

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    PubMed, maintained by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, offers biomedical literature, life science journals, and books.

    Reports of the Surgeon General
    Published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, this webpage provides The Reports of the Surgeon General, including: conference reports, workshop reports, official reports, and proceedings concerning public health.

    Resources on Nanotechnology, the Environment, and Human Health
    The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Environmental Health & Toxicology Specialized Information Services’ webpage provides a collection of links to resources on nanotechnology.

    Science News Online
    The Science News website is affiliated with the Society for Science & the Public and publishes concise articles intended for a broad audience. Developments from the biweekly Science News print journal also appear on this website. Articles from a wide variety of scientific disciplines are searchable and organized by topic and date.

    Science Now from Science Magazine
    The Science Now website contains articles for a general audience describing current advances in science. Unlike many journals, which publish on a schedule, this website offers short articles that are searchable by the user or sorted by scientific field.
    (1833Hits) is a search engine for authoritative U.S. government science information. The website searches over 50 scientific databases and an index of over 2,100 federal agency websites, with content consisting of scientific or technical data, publications, databases, and documentation. The databases and websites searched have been selected by information managers and librarians from 17 government science organizations and 13 federal agencies.

    Science360: The Knowledge Network
    Science360 is a website dedicated to compiling the latest science videos concerning scientific discoveries.

    SciTech Connect
    SciTech Connect is a database produced by the Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI). The database provides access to scientific and technical materials including conference papers, journal articles, books, dissertations, and patents in such fields as chemistry, physics, environmental science, geology, engineering, mathematics, climatology, oceanography, renewable energy, and computer science. SciTech Connect has both basic and advanced search options, and allows materials to be browsed by topic.

    Scope Note Series
    The website offers various publications on specific topics in bioethics. Bioethics Research Library at Georgetown University.

    Selected Internet Resources in Health Law and Policy
    Selected Internet Resources in Health Law and Policy is from the Center for Health Law Studies at Saint Louis University School of Law.

    State Health Facts
    From the Kaiser Family Foundation. This web site provides health data by state and by category.

    Trademark Manual of Examining Procedure
    The Trademark Manual of Examining Procedure is available on this U.S. Patent and Trademark Office website. The Manual is also available on HeinOnline (on-campus use or remote access with ASURITE ID and password).

    TRIPS (Trade-Related aspects of Intellectual Property Rights)
    This website, maintained by the World Trade Organization, provides news and records of the TRIPS Council and information regarding the WTO’s work with international organizations in intellectual property.

    U.S. Code Title 35 Patents
    Title 35 of the United States Code governs patents.

    U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
    The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit reviews the decisions of the Board of Patent Appeals and Interferences. The courts Web site contains court opinions, rules, forms, and other court information.

    U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, International Patent Legal Administration
    The Office of International Patent Administration resolves legal issues concerning the Patent Cooperation Treaty.

    U.S. Trade Representative
    This website is maintained by the Office of the United States Trade Representative, Executive Office of the President. The website offers information on the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement and other resources.

    UK Intellectual Property Office
    The UK Intellectual Property Office is an executive agency of the Department for Business Innovation and Skills. It is the official government body responsible for Intellectual Property (IP) rights (patent, designs, trademark, and copyright) in the United Kingdom. The Patent Office’s website provides information on types of intellectual property, intellectual property enforcement in the UK, and how to protect your intellectual property rights.
    (1020Hits) provides information on vaccines and immunization in the U.S.

    World Health Organization (WHO)
    This website maintained by the World Health Organization (WHO) coordinates authority for health in the United Nations. The WHO leads global health issues, shapes research, and sets health standards on a global scale. The WHO offers data and statistics, publications, and programs and policies.

    World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
    WIPO is the agency of the United Nations that is responsible for promoting protection of intellectual property. The website provides information concerning patents, trademarks, industrial designs, copyright, geographical indications, traditional knowledge, economics of IP, and IP statistics.
    (764Hits) is a gateway to national and international scientific databases and portals. It was developed by the Office of Scientific and Technical Information, part of the U.S. Department of Energy. The search function in allows searching of scientific sources from over 70 countries by translating the user’s search terms and sending the translation to individual databases and portals, with results returned in relevance order that can be translated to the user’s preferred language.

    Your Genes, Your Health: Dolan DNA Learning Center Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
    Your Genes Your Health is affiliated with the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and the DNA Learning Center. This website offers a list of genetic disorders and provides basic information on the incidence, diagnosis, genetic cause, physiological cause, and treatment of each.