When the internet was still a world-wide web, this is where we'd list links to cool pages to enable organic search. That time's done, but this is still here.

- Mathematical Biology and Physilogy Seminar.
- Mathematical Biology Graduate Seminar (2011-2012).
- National Research Council listings of applied-mathematics graduate study programs in the US -- very good starting place if you are thinking about graduate school in applied math or any other field.
- Reviews of good and not-so-good Science fiction.
- A rough list of books for mathbio graduate students.
- A list of some mathematical biology journals.
- Population biology time-series data sets
- 1905 Bombay Plague epidemic data from Kermack and McKendrick's original 1927 paper on epidemic modelling.
- Canadian lynx time series re-extracted from Elton and Nicholson, 1942, figure 7.
- Tribolium chaos (circa 1998)
- Simple immunizing diseases time series
- Global population dynamics database with lots of examples
- Tea moth time series from Japan (2013).
- 3 within-host HIV timeseries from the classic Perelson 1996

- THE standard reference on special functions in math: NIST Digital Library of Mathematical Functions. (The existence of this reference is strangely understated in wikipedia.)
- My favorite computer programs for getting work done.
- A custom Ubuntu Distribution with basic tools for scientific computing, like Octave and Scientific Python. Students interested in trying out Linux without wanting to do a full install might find this live-CD useful.
- A gzipped tar archive example of the use of latex, foiltex, and texpower for making presentations.
- Public key
- An antique web paper I wrote ages ago(1995) on some mathematics done in Greece thousands of years ago. (It's incomplete, since I ran out of time before I got around to the cube-doubling problem.) Update: Those persisted in the Perseus project until around 2010, but now only survives in the wayback machine at the internet archive or at the berlin version of perseus.