Kinesiology Research Guide:Home

What's In This Guide?

WelcomeThis research guide is designed to help you find research materials online and in the library. This guide can help lead you to:

  • Background info - some ideas for places to begin your research
  • Find books - locate books and other materials at Bell Library and other libraries around the world
  • Find articles - find articles and journals relating to kinesiology
  • Websites - places to go on the Internet to find quality information on kinesiology
  • Audio/Visuals - find multimedia relating to kinesiology
  • Citation Help - assistance in citing sources for your assignments and information on citation management tools
  • Course Guides - guides created for specific courses, on request


genetically engineered smooth muscle cellsNIST researchers have genetically engineered smooth muscle cells that can help in evaluating biocompatible materials such as blood vessel stents. This is a colorized image of a fully extended smooth muscle cell.



Image Courtesy National Institute
of Standards and Technology


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