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Check out the range of scholarships and awards that we support for life science researchers and educators!
We talk to Rachel Klaus from ToLTech about her passion for Anatomy and her day-to-day life working in a modern dissection lab.
We talk to Rachel Klaus from ToLTech about the Visible Human Project and how they have used imagery from the VHP to create 3D anatomical models of the human body!!
Pictures tell a thousand words, so here are 10 free high-quality images to use in your anatomy teaching...
May 2nd marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death, one of the most famous anatomical illustrators of all time.
It's coming! Take a look inside our up-and-coming Anatomy Collection - a complete curriculum of ready to use lessons and labs for teaching anatomy,created in partnership with ToLTech.
Our dynamic new online community is a place to share resources and knowledge, discuss, and debate anything related to education and Lt!
Supported by ADInstruments and the APS, this award is presented to an established investigator with a history of excellence in education, who is making outstanding contributions to teaching and...
How to run this engaging experiment where students examine muscle response to stimulation by activating their own nerves.
An active and engaging experiment where students examine muscular fatigue by performing EMGs on themselves.
Congratulations to this year's winner of the ADInstruments Macknight Early Career Innovative Educator Award, presented by the APS: Kinesiology Professor Ed Merritt, from Southwestern University...
Congratulations to the team of lecturers using Lt at the School of Pharmacy & Medical Sciences (University of South Australia), who have won a prestigious citation for improving student...
We have some great news - you can now sync Canvas LMS and Lt, making course management so much easier!
Need help with making your lessons more engaging? Here are some simple ways to promote active learning and increase student engagement with Lt customer success manager, Liam Farley.
How taking a trip to Italy to experience the Renaissance's intersecting worlds of art and anatomy can reinvigorate your anatomy research and teaching.