A Digital Museum
Digitizing an entire pathology museum to provide unlimited access to specimens
Luke Turner | | Quick Read
Established in 1959, the F.A. Hadley Pathology Museum at the University of Western Australia is home to over 3,500 pathology specimens. These cover a wide variety of pathological processes and include all of the human body systems. On the face of it, the collection is a vitally important resource for teaching and learning – but, unfortunately, its educational impact is limited due to access restrictions, heavy and fragile tissue specimens, and few experts to demonstrate specific disease processes. Thanks to a new project, those restrictions are about to be lifted…
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