The Virtual Biochemistry Laboratory from the Nobel Museum. In the Virtual Biochemistry Laboratory, you can move around, perform experiments and listen to lectures. You can also take on the "Nobel Challenge" consisting of 12 biochemistry missions.
The Genetic Code from the Nobel Museum. The body produces several thousands of different proteins. It is the genetic material, the DNA, in our cells that provides the information needed to produce all these proteins. The genetic information is stored in three-letter words called codons. These words need to be translated to the "protein language" of 20 letters, each representing an amino acid. Translate the code and challenge a friend to a five in a row game online!