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Featuring artists, performers, anatomists, medics and thinkers, the season offers an interactive investigation into the inner workings of the body.
In mammals, turtles and birds, inflating the vascular region of a penis with saline enlarges it, allowing anatomists to see how the penis becomes erect.
anatomists, anthropologists, archaeologists and special effects gurus to teach us more about one of our closest ancestors.
Dissection on display; cadavers, anatomists and public spectacle.
I would also like to create a new body of work reconciling human anatomy and art-a continuation of the work of the Renaissance anatomists that I am calling 'aesthetic anatomy,' for exhibitions destined for art museums," he said.
While certainly Dante and Catherine of Siena figure most prominently, Webb also reads, anatomists, philosophers, physicians, poets, and theologians, in mapping the complex, and often conflicted, medieval conceptions of the heart.
He looks into all aspects of the subject, from the backgrounds of the anatomists to the process of procuring and preserving of the bodies before relating the story of the autopsy itself.
ANKARA, Aug 31, 2009 (TUR) -- An association of Turkish anatomists has been accepted as a member to an international anatomy federation, association chairman, Prof.
But he made a dying wish to be buried off the Irish coast, and left a large sum for this to be carried out - because he did not want to become a specimen for English anatomists.
They have not entered into our understanding of the anatomists, students, and surgeons who open and immerse themselves in decaying and sickly bodies.
Graverobbing used to be a worry to many in the days when Edinburgh anatomists would pay a high price for a fresh body.
In the 1800s, Anatomists were shamed for their practices of dissecting the human body for a greater understanding of how it works--they were on the fringes of society but now, nearly two hundred years later, we hail the greatness of their work in the medical community.
The title refers to the 'ressurectionists' who illegally dug up the bodies with which anatomists such as Cooper worked.
The American Association of Anatomists (Bethesda, MD) and John Wiley & Sons (Hoboken, NJ) will launch "Anatomical Sciences Education," a new international journal covering developments in education in the anatomical sciences, with an issue in early 2008.
The conference will be hosted by the Chinese Forest Products Association and cosponsored by the International Academy of Wood Science (IAWS), the International Association of Wood Anatomists (IAWA), the International Research Group on Wood Protection (IRG/WP), and the Asia Pacific Association of Forestry Research Information (APAFRI).