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View Resource Nuclear Medicine

A unit designed to give students knowledge in the area of nuclear medicine as well as improve math skills. Students become familiar with nuclear medicine through diagnostic imaging and its components.

View Resource The Basics of MRI

An introduction to magnetic resonance imagining, which is based on the principles of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR), a spectroscopic technique used by scientists to obtain microscopic chemical and physical information about molecules. See, in particular, The Mathematics of NMR: Exponential Functions, Trigonometric Functions, Differentials and Integrals, Vectors, Matrices, Coordinate...

View Resource Fractal Analysis of Trabecular Bone

Fractals are unusual geometric structures that can be used to analyze many biologic structures not amenable to conventional analysis. The purpose of this exhibit is to teach some of the fundamentals of fractal analysis, and to show how they can be applied to analysis of trabecular bone.

View Resource Wolfram Mathematica in Precollege Education

"In the Classroom" highlights how some schools and organizations use Mathematica extensively in their curricula. The section on "Collaborative Initiatives" illustrates how businesses have teamed up with Wolfram Research to sponsor hands-on workshops, low-cost Mathematica licenses, and other opportunities for classrooms. Also, learn more about educational resources, such as the Mathematica Speaker...

View Resource Computed Tomography and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance with Mathematical Applications

This unit explain the ways in which computed tomography and nuclear magnetic resonance operate, with applications of each. It can be used by the science teacher in the classroom, and also presents the mathematics involved, developing a strong mathematics unit on matrix algebra that can be adapted and used by the high school mathematics teacher.

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