Science & InnovationThe Future of Medicine Dissecting a virtual body has pluses, but some experts say the real thing teaches medical students empathy and respect. Science & InnovationThe Future of Medicine
A linguist explains how Trump uses lies to divert attention from the “big truths.” President Donald Trump has hacked the media. As Vox’s Ezra Klein argued recently, the press is in a lose-lose situation
Sorting people by ‘merit’ will do nothing to fix inequality. By Kwame Anthony Appiah Michael Young was an inconvenient child. His father, an Australian, was a musician and music critic, and his mother,
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Researchers have created a virtual cadaver using 3D scanners to help combat the global shortage. But while synthetic alternatives are useful, they can’t compare to the real thing In order to solve what
The virtual cadaver goes eight layers deep At Montpellier Medical University in France, researchers are using 3D scanners to create “virtual cadavers” in hopes of solving the worldwide shortage of dead