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Anatomy

Drawings of anatomy date back to the beginnings of medical science, but they still have a place in modern medical education, emphasising the crucial features in a way that photography cannot discriminate, which allows the audience to understand the important points easily and without distraction.

Pelvis

An example of highlights and shadows, utilising the background colour as a half-tone throughout, effecting a virtual 3D of the pelvic bones. Drawn from life.

Pelvis

Skulls, lateral, ¾ right, A/P & ¾ left:

Intended background for overlays of muscles, arteries, vein and nerves. Drawn from life.

 Skulls

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Lecture capture cloud maintenance: Saturday 22 June

Jun 14, 2019

Panopto will be upgrading its cloud service on Saturday 22 June from 19:00 until approximately 22:00. Users will not be able to access or upload lecture capture recordings during this downtime.

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Jun 13, 2019

We'll be implementing a significant migration of the University Wireless Service to a new underlying operating system and controller platform in a carefully phased roll-out over the next 4 weeks.

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