Researchers at the University of Utah have created new iPhone applications that help people study anatomy and medicine.One of the applications, called AnatomyLab, allows students to view a body in different stages of dissection. Researchers dissected a cadaver and photographed it at 40 different stages of the process.“It’s aimed at students who want to learn anatomy,” Mark Nielsen, a biology professor, said in a statement. “There’s no substitute for real dissection, but a lot of students in the undergraduate world don’t have access to [...]
Future of internet Conversations “Google Wave”
Google Wave is the latest buzz to hit the internet shores. The Web search giant—it has already sent out 100,000 select invites for a limited preview has announced what it claims to be the future of all internet conversations.
What Wave does is to integrate e-mail, instant messaging (IM), collaboration, Google mapsas well as search. It actually empowers your browser to handle all your communication needs. The Wave, however, requires a Chrome Frame plug-in to function on the ubiquitous Internet Explorer as of now. The preferred browsers seem to be Chrome, open source Firefox [...]