Science Online has always been a great resource for science projects and help with homework but now it’s better than ever with the addition of new versions of human anatomy diagrams without labels, more than 150 new or updated color illustrations, more than 250 new or updated essays on the fascinating topics of microbiology and the solar system, and more than 50 new photographs. Continue reading for more details about this update.
Human Anatomy Diagrams without Labels
New versions of human anatomy diagrams without labels have been added to Science Online, providing valuable tools for reinforcing what students are learning in their lessons. Perfect teacher handouts, these diagrams will be useful for students to test themselves or for instructors to use as tests in class.
New diagrams without labels include:
- Heart (Human): Anterior View
- Brain (Human): Cross and Frontal Sections
- Hands (Human): Skeletal System.New Essays on MicrobiologyMore than 250 new or updated essays covering the fascinating topics of microbiology and the solar system have been added to Science Online. This up-to-date, detailed new material provides thorough looks at scientific disciplines that are widely studied in the curriculum. You can feel confident directing students to this new content for help writing papers on anything from asteroids and comets or Mars and Venus to all aspects of microbiology, including biographies of key scientists in the field.
New essays include:
Science Online has long been hailed for its visual, engaging coverage of the full spectrum of scientific disciplines. This update adds more than 150 new or updated color illustrations and more than 50 new photographs. Not only will these images clarify important concepts for every student, but they can be effective tools for learners who may not easily grasp the material through text alone.
New images include: