As advances in technology change how human anatomy can be viewed and learned, more colleges and universities are closing the cadaver lab and adopting virtual anatomy tools. Boise State University recently replaced its traditional human cadaver lab -- in use for anatomy students since the early 1980s -- with Primal Pictures’ Anatomy.TV, an interactive, web-based anatomy & physiology learning tool.

“Many schools using Anatomy.TV in place of the cadaver lab say it is better for the students and the faculty,” said Neal Alen, Vice President of Sales, Primal Pictures. “Students appreciate that they can access the online anatomy to study anytime...

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