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Introduction to Dissection
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Many health science students do not enroll in undergraduate dissection-based anatomy courses during their pre-professional education. As a result, they are not familiar with dissection instruments and the mechanics of dissection, and are poorly prepared for medical, dental, and allied health science anatomy courses. Thus, the first dissections are very challenging and require extensive help from instructors. This program is designed to alleviate those deficits. It serves as an introduction to dissection in a human gross anatomy course for first-year medical and other health science students. It can be used either as a component of a structured classroom session, or, independently by...
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Seacoast Science Center
Located within New Hampshire's Odiorne Point State Park, the Seacoast Science Center is a conservation nonprofit committed to "a healthy World Ocean." Readers...
SDSS Voyages
Voyages provides educators with learning activities based on real data from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) (featured in the 11-30-1999 Scout Report). The...
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...



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