Author: Brendan Byrne

Preparing a histology slide

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Histology is the microscopic study of tissues and organs achieved by staining, sectioning, and viewing those sections under a microscope ?. Histology is used in scientific study, medical diagnosis, autopsy, and even in the study of fossils ?.READ POST

PREVIEW: Cells of Nervous Tissue

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We’ve lots of good things in store for 2021, including an all-NEW region for our Radiology library and 2 new detailed models. Let’s take a look at the Cells of Nervous Tissue model that’s landing on our platform in January ?.READ POST

What happens to the cells during cancer

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When healthy cells become cancerous, they typically acquire what are known as the six main hallmarks of cancer. These are biological capabilities that allow cancer cells to survive and spread.READ POST

Brain-computer interfaces

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A brain-computer interface (BCI) is a system that provides a communication pathway between the central nervous system (CNS) and an external device. READ POST

SNEAK PREVIEW: Photoreceptors

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We’re getting closer by the day to our summer release at Complete Anatomy HQ, with everything in the final stages of testing. In the meantime, get an exclusive look at the latest addition to our Cell Biology family – The Photoreceptors.READ POST

How vaccines work

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With an increase in discussion surrounding a potential vaccine for COVID-19, comes a growing amount of vaccine misinformation. Today we want to talk about how vaccines work.READ POST

Holding our food down: Peristalsis

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Have you ever wondered how an astronaut in space swallows food, or how you can drink a cola during a handstand, even with the force of gravity working against you? The answer is peristalsis, and we’ll explore it today alongside a SNEAK PEEK of our revamped Head & Neck model.READ POST