University of Warwick - Clips lend students a hand

January 29, 2009

Interviews with academics, programmes about research, lectures and teaching materials are all being made available online at the University of Warwick's new iTunes site. One of the educational films deals with anatomy and makes use of plastinated body parts bought by Warwick from Gunther von Hagens' laboratory in Germany. The body parts, similar to those featured in Professor von Hagens' Body Worlds exhibition, are used to teach medical students. They are displayed in the iTunes footage by Peter Abrahams, head of clinical anatomy at Warwick.

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