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Ouch! The new game from the Science Museum where you wage war on pain!

Ouch! The new game from the Science Museum where you wage war on pain! | technologies | Scoop.it

Scientists have proven that mood levels affect how intensely people feel pain, and that spider venom could hold the key to future pain treatment.


All this and more is explored in a new game called OUCH, part of the Science Museum’s latest exhibition, Pain Less.

 

The game challenges players to inflict injuries on an unwitting protagonist.

 

Players then defend a pulsing brain against waves of pain signals using an arsenal of placebos, painkillers and spider venom.

 

The game’s a simple point and click game, providing a fun addition to a lesson about medicines and the body, and as a good discussion starter about the use of painkillers.

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Learners TV

Many learners have access to books and notes but prefer watching online video lectures about the topics they are preparing for. A source for such lectures is a website called LearnersTV.

 

LearnersTV provides Free video lectures, Free Animations, Free Lecture Notes, Free Online Tests.

 

Subjects include biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, statistics, computer science, medicine, dentistry, engineering, accounting, and management.

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BioDigital Human: Explore the Body in 3D!

BioDigital Human allows users to...
- choose between a male and a female body;
- decide which organ systems they wish to make visible and
- pan and zoom around the entire body.

 

For teaching about the human body it’s fantastic, especially as Google is apparently going to retire their Google Body Browser.

 

Works best in Google Chrome but I followed the instructions in FireFox and It also worked well!

 

Note: It takes a little time to load.

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Motion Sickness - What is it?

Experiencing motion sickness is unpleasant and frustrating, but have you ever wondered what causes you to feel it?

 

This video from AsapSCIENCE explains what causes you to feel motion sickness and shows some ‘events’ you might avoid that can trigger it…

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Medical Animation Library

View these medical animations as provided by the University of Pennsylvania Health System.

 

The University of Pennsylvania Health System provides nearly 200 video animations and explanations of injuries, diseases, and body systems.

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Brain Tour

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Join us on a tour of the brain, our most complex organ. And see how it is affected by dementia.

 

Looking for an interactive tour of the human brain, our most complex organ?

 

Take a look at this Alzheimer’s Research UK resource; from movement to memory, find out what different parts of the brain do, and how they can be affected by dementia.

 

Alzheimer’s Research UK scientists learn more about the brain and dementia every day and the Brain Tour showcases their progress.

 

Raise Learner awareness by looking at causes, diagnosis and treatment, that are helping us defeat dementia.

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