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Jacqui Sue, one of our lead instructional designers takes us through her favorite Dissection Lab from the Lt Anatomy Collection!

The Anatomy Collection is here! Instructional designer, Tim Wright, highlights some top features for students and educators from our Histology Labs.

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!

May 2nd marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death, one of the most famous anatomical illustrators of all time.  

Expert advice from Associate Professor, Tina Hinton on how to make your labs run like a well-oiled machine!

We talk to Professor Jim Cotter, Exercise and Environmental Physiologist, about his research on understanding people’s physiological responses to exercise and the environment.

Check out the range of scholarships and awards that we support for life science researchers and educators!

Find out why Scientist Tony Hickey is turning to the oceans to tackle some of our biggest healthcare questions.  

We are pleased to congratulate Tjeerd Boonstra, winner of the 2018 Delsys Prize for his innovate research using electromyography (EMG)!

Noisy signals giving you a headache? Brandon Bucher, Head of Research provides expert advice on avoiding common data acquisition and analysis mistakes in order to produce higher quality research...

Check out how a team of researchers from Harvard Medical School uncovered the unlikely role that cardiac macrophages play in facilitating electrical conduction in the heart!

Our dynamic new online community is a place to share resources and knowledge, discuss, and debate anything related to education and Lt.

Get the most out of your Equivital physiological data using LabChart’s Analysis Modules and the Data Pad tool! 

A recent paper published in Nature Neuroscience suggests that the sense of smell may play a central role in the inability of individuals with autism to read social cues.

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