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Anil Kumar Challa
Does anyone know what happened to Benjamin Lewin's website
(www.ergito.com)?  It was a great resource for genetics and molecular
biology education.  The 'Great Experiments' section was exceptional,
and was a great resource for teaching and learning.  Any news or
updates about this website and the resources will be greatly
appreciated.

Thanks.
Anil
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PiLS
On 01 déc 2010 15:23:01, Anil Kumar Challa plopped:
> Does anyone know what happened to Benjamin Lewin's website
> (www.ergito.com)?  It was a great resource for genetics and molecular
> biology education.  The 'Great Experiments' section was exceptional,
> and was a great resource for teaching and learning.  Any news or
> updates about this website and the resources will be greatly
> appreciated.
>
> Thanks.
> Anil

I think it was bought by Jones&Bartlett and discontinued, no?
Try the wayback machine:
http://web.archive.org/web/20091130104740/http://www.ergito.com/index.jsp


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On 10/19/2011 04:55 PM, PiLS wrote:

> On 01 déc 2010 15:23:01, Anil Kumar Challa plopped:
>> Does anyone know what happened to Benjamin Lewin's website
>> (www.ergito.com)?  It was a great resource for genetics and molecular
>> biology education.  The 'Great Experiments' section was exceptional,
>> and was a great resource for teaching and learning.  Any news or
>> updates about this website and the resources will be greatly
>> appreciated.
>>
>> Thanks.
>> Anil
>
> I think it was bought by Jones&Bartlett and discontinued, no?
> Try the wayback machine:
> http://web.archive.org/web/20091130104740/http://www.ergito.com/index.jsp
>
>

You can also try http://medstudent24.com, if you need search results
grouped by biomedical categories:



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