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 The need for the VMD came about gradually, as visual technology got better and better and more colleges and universities moved away from buying expensive microscopes and storing boxes of tissue slides. Read more >>

“I’m most interested in learning but also sharing, I always like learning something new,” said Thompson, who will speak on Sunday, March 26 at Anatomy Connected 2023. Read more >>

The Anatomical Record, an official publication of the American Association for Anatomy (AAA), has announced that graphical abstracts may now be submitted alongside manuscripts. Read more >>

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