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Description Molecules is an application for viewing three-dimensional renderings of molecules and manipulating them using your fingers. You can rotate the molecules by moving your finger across the display, zoom in or out by using two-finger pinch gestures, or pan the molecule by moving two fingers across the screen at once. These structures can be viewed in both ball-and-stick and spacefilling visualization modes. New molecules can be downloaded from either the RCSB Protein Data Bank ( an international repository of biological molecules and their 3-D structures, or NCBI's PubChem ( a public database of compounds. Molecules can be downloaded directly to your handheld device and stored there for later viewing. Custom molecular structures can be downloaded to the application via iTunes file sharing, or through the use of custom URL formats. Molecules is a BSD-licensed open source project. ...More Customer Reviews Great start by iowaboyjcb Currently using on iPad (3rd gen). Suggestion by bruiser49

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ChemEng Software Design -CESD- Software Engineering Tools Purchase order page Purchase Page Download : ChemMaths contains numerous engineering tools to improve your working life, 3000+ data of chemical, mathematical, general scientific information. Solves hundreds of equations, 200+ unit conversions and much more see below for further features listing. ChemMaths contains all the features of EquationsPro, DataPro, ChemPlayer, ProSimGraphs, ChemPlayer and UnitsPro.

5 Free Collaborative Whiteboard Apps For the iPad It seems as though the minute the iPad was announced, innumerable light bulbs went off as developers and entrepreneurs everywhere came to the same realization: "We could totally use this device as a digital whiteboard!" Indeed, a search for the word "whiteboard" in the App Store returns a whopping 170 iPad apps. Although the device's 10-inch screen may not compare to a full-sized, physical whiteboard, it can be quite handy to use a virtual whiteboard with team members remotely, and the iPad's form factor suits itself quite well to exactly that. As we mentioned, the App Store is loaded with these kinds of apps, and many of them are quite good. To help narrow things down, we've rounded up five of the best ones, focusing on apps that are either free or have a freemium pay model.

Creatures of Light Click and Learn Click & Learn Comparing features of a 4.4-million-year-old fossil skeleton to those of human and chimpanzee skeletons sheds light on our evolutionary history. This survey, developed by Horne and Ostberg, will let you determine if you are a morning or an evening person. Answer the questions in this online quiz to test your knowledge of what determines the sex of a human, a fruit fly, and a snapping turtle.

Earth Science Codex Earth Fish from acidic ocean waters less able to smell predators Posted By News On April 13, 2014 - 5:30pm La médecine humaniste : passé ou présent ? La place des sciences humaines dans les études de médecine est-elle suffisante ? En partenariat avec Le Quotidien du Médecin et Nice Matin Le professeur Christian Hervé, est directeur du Laboratoire d’éthique médicale et de droit à la faculté de Paris 5, il coordonne l’enseignement de l’éthique et de pratique médicale qui regroupe 13 universités, il est également Président de la SFFEM (Société Française et Francophone d'Ethique Médicale). On distinguera avec lui l’enseignement de l’éthique qui concerne le comportement du médecin au service du malade en tenant en compte des nouveaux droits du patient qui touche aux questions du consentement et du secret médical et bien d’autres qui va du début à la fin de vie en insistant sur le savoir faire de l’annonce d’une maladie grave et quelle attitude adopter en cas de refus de soins, de comment appliquer la médecine personnalisée, de l’activité de télémédecine et du respect de tout malade quel qu’il soit.

HOT Apps 4 HOTS [caption id="attachment_1461" align="alignleft" width="307" caption="Meritorious Motion"] [/caption] Appy Alliteration: With an affinity for alliteration and all things Apple, I set out to congratulate Carnazzo on her creative use of cards with her class. More Google Earth Great Horned Owl - Bird Cams The live owl cam features a Great Horned Owl: A powerful and adaptable bird of prey that has the most extensive range, the widest prey base and the most variable nesting sites of any American owl. Its large yellow eyes, pronounced ear tufts, and white bib distinguish the Great Horned Owl from related species, especially once its unmistakable multi-tone hoot is heard. Silently gliding from perch to perch, the Great Horned Owl hunts easily after dark. While perched and ready to pounce, the Great Horned Owl is robustly equipped with excellent eyesight, the ability to swivel its head more than 180 degrees, and an acute sense of hearing to locate its prey. As observers of the live owl cam may witness, Great Horned Owls regularly consume small mammals and are also known to eat fish and even large prey such as other owls or raptorial birds. How is an owl a successful predator?

Bones: They’re alive! Without bones, your body would be a slippery bag of organs. But the stiff models of a skeleton that you’ve seen in science class (or as Halloween decorations) tell only half the story. That’s because “the skeleton does more than just hold you up,” explains Laura Tosi Bones are made of living, breathing cells. And they play all sorts of important roles, says Tosi, who directs the Bone Health Program at Children’s National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Tiny ear bones conduct sounds that help us hear.

Historical Anatomies on the Web: Browse Titles Historical Anatomies Home > Browse Titles Images have been selected from the following anatomical atlases in the National Library of Medicine's collection. Each atlas is linked to a brief Author & Title Description, which offers an historical discussion of the work, its author, the artists, and the illustration technique.

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