Virtual dissection table aids St. Mary Academy students’ biology research

ST. MARY ACADEMY Bay View students, from left, Ishita Rai of Warwick, Lauren DiSanto of Johnston and Trinity Bauer of Woonsocket test the features of the Anatomage Table, a virtual human dissection table. / COURTESY ST. MARY ACADEMY BAY VIEW
EAST PROVIDENCE – Earlier this month, St. Mary Academy Bay View announced the purchase of a virtual human dissection table to provide scientific imagery to enhance instruction and learning in the science, technology, engineering and math fields at the elementary and secondary school for girls. Known as an Anatomage Table, the piece of technology is 81…

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