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The Virtual Body
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Unless one is a medical resident, it can be quite difficult to get a close-up look at a skeleton, a brain, or even the inner workings of the digestive tract. Students of the medical sciences and others need worry no more, as this very fine interactive exhibit offers up dynamic images and cross-sections of these parts of the anatomy and many more to boot. The site contains four sections, including "Brain", "Skeleton", "Heart", and "Digestive Tract". In the "Heart" area, visitors can learn about the individual parts of the heart, view an animated heart, and also take a narrated tour of the heart that will "keep your heart beating." Moving on, the "Skeleton" section features the "Bones...
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The American Academy of Neurology:...
Practitioners and students preparing for careers in brain science and health will find useful, readily applicable information on this YouTube channel from the...
Squint
Squint is a Python library that provides a Simple query interface for Tabular data that is designed to be "light-weight and easy to learn." Squint can load data...
Calculating Species Diversity
Biodiversity is a useful measure to help us understand the range of diverse species that make up our ecosystems. Calculating Species Diversity is an H5P...
Using Simpson's Diversity Index
Using Simpson's Diversity Index is an interactive tutorial that walks learners through a method of calculating biodiversity. This tutorial is designed to give...
SCALE Science Education
Middle school science teachers looking for curricular materials that align with current Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) may want to check out SCALE...



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