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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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Molecular Literacy
This three-year project worked to enhance science and technology teaching in grades 10-14 by providing Molecular Literacy content in support of careers in...
Alcohol, Chemistry and You
Developed by Kennesaw State University, ChemCases.com is a series of curriculum units that link responsible decision making in product development with...
Solstice and Equinox ("Suntrack")... PDF
These instructions for building a "suntrack" model were originally designed by Philip and Deborah Scherrer of the Stanford Solar Center in 2005; a decade later...
Chromatography Theory PDF
James Hardy has produced a number of presentation-style lecture modules for analytical chemistry. This is a very good module that covers the introductory...
Gainesville State College...
The Institute for Environmental and Spatial Analysis (IESA) was formed at Gainesville State College in 2001. The Institute is a collaborative effort of the...



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