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BrainNavigator: Elsevier's 3D brain anatomy tool that helps scientists further understand the human brain.

BrainNavigator: Elsevier's 3D brain anatomy tool that helps scientists further understand the human brain.
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Brain Explorer :: Allen Brain Atlas: Human Brain Windows Minimum Configuration Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7CPU: Intel Core Duo or AMD 1.8GHzSystem Memory: 1GBGraphics Card: Hardware 3D OpenGL accelerated AGP or PCI Express with 64MB RAMScreen: 1024x768, 32-bit true colorHard Disk: 200MB free space Note: The Brain Explorer 2 software is known to work with the following video chipsets: nVidia GeForce 9400/9600, nVidia Quadro FX 1800/3800/5600, AMD Radeon 9600, AMD Radeon HD 3200/4550, Intel Q35/Q45 Express Important: Please install the latest drivers for your video card for best compatibility and performance. e-Print archive EU SHIPSAN and SHIPSAN TRAINET projects Home Training material and e-learning Training material was produced for the training courses for port health officers and seafarers. A total of . A total of finally attended. The consistency of the group of trainees was diverse in terms of job posts hold. A total of applied to participate in the course for port health officers from . included lectures, case studies and practical sessions, e-learning. : a. The training materials are presented in two interactive CD-ROMS, one for the port health officers and one for the seafarers and containing the following: – E-learning Training Material – Course Information – Presentations and Case Studies – Webinars – Course Assessment The CD-ROMs can be downloaded from the following links: : : : Trainees: 62 Trainers/Facilitators: 27 The e-learning consists of 9 modules of which 3 were optional.

The Printing Press as an Agent of Change (Volumes 1 and 2 in One): Elizabeth L. Eisenstein Medical Dictionary (Multilingual) Pocket Brain Version 1.0 – Review By Areo Saffarzadeh, MS3 | iMedEd @ UCI School of Medicine This review is intended to provide an overview of Pocket Brain, the new interactive neuroanatomy app by eMedia and compare its features to other other iOS based neuroanatomy apps. In short, Pocket Brain is the most comprehensive, interactive, and functional neuroanatomy app out there. It is worth the investment of any student studying neuroanatomy. Neuroanatomy as a Class To be good at neuroanatomy a student needs decent visual-spatial reasoning skills. Pocket Brain by eMedia Pocket Brain takes interactive neuroanatomy to a whole new level. 4 Components of the Pocket Brain There are 4 main components to Pocket Brain: (1) 3D Brain Layers (which is best part of the app) (2) Cross Sections (3) Nerve Pathways (4) Quizzes and clinical cases. (1) 3D Brain Layers The “3D Brain Layers” part of the app follows in Pocket Body’s tradition by allowing the user to add and remove “anatomical layers” by sliding your finger or pressing a button on the screen. Each layer is pre-defined and serves a purpose.

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Grimm's Grimmest: Tracy Arah Dockray, Maria Tatar - Your Comprehensive Medical Search Engine BRAIN-MAPS-API - BRAINMAPS.ORG - BRAIN ATLAS, BRAIN MAPS, BRAIN STRUCTURE, NEUROINFORMATICS, BRAIN, STEREOTAXIC ATLAS, NEUROSCIENCE The Brain Maps API is a lightweight multiresolution image viewer with customizable label overlays that lets you embed BrainMaps images in your own web pages with JavaScript, and that can also be used with your own multiresolution images. It has been designed to be small and fast, and to consume very little memory, yet still be very functional and extensible. The Brain Maps API is a free service, available for any web site that is free to consumers. Click on the thumbnail below to see an example of the Brain Maps API in action, and when you do, try using your mouse scroll wheel to zoom in and out. Optional Variables There are several javascript variables that are optional. Online Education Recource.

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