Real-world dissections no longer cutting edge

01/2/2004 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Ethical, environmental and financial concerns have forced more schools to forgo actual dissections in favor of cheaper, software-based ones. Schools are finding that virtual programs, such as Digital Frog, eliminate the need for expensive cleanup of preservative liquids and are also more tolerant of students' dissection errors.

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