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Since the days of Andreas Vesalius, humans have been fascinated with describing and accurately depicting various parts of the body in all of their intimate detail. In recent years, a number of enterprising souls have placed materials online that deal with both human anatomy and physiology. Scott Sheffield is one such individual, and he has drawn on his many years of university teaching to create this fine set of instructional diagrams, drawings, and related items. First-time visitors to the site can look over sections that address the skeletal system, the muscular system, and so on. Within each of these sections visitors can view detailed illustrations of various parts of the anatomy, such...
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Climate Change Curriculum
Middle school STEM teachers may be interested in this free climate change curriculum developed by the Environmental Literacy and Inquiry (ELI) Working Group at...
Mathematical Association of...
From the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) comes Math Values, a new blog launched in 2018 that "explores the diverse voices of mathematics and discusses...
DNAdots
Biology educators and students, as well as those curious to learn more about genetics, may want to check out DNAdots, a free educational resource created by the...
The Role of Practicals in...
This paper, created by Warren Gilchrist of Sheffield City Polytechnic, is based on a fifteen minute introductory core talk for a day conference on practical...
The Secret Life of Gold
Chemistry educators and anyone curious to learn about gold may want to check out this article written by Grant Currin for the October 2019 issue of ChemMatters...



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The AMSER Quarterly was recently featured on Maria Anderson's Teaching College Math blog. Maria Anderson is a math instructor at Muskegon Community College, to read her math blog as well as her contribution to the Quarterly click here. For more issues of the AMSER Quarterly click here.


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