Brain Browser

marotta at vaxr.sscl.uwo.ca marotta at vaxr.sscl.uwo.ca
Tue Mar 9 14:50:29 EST 1993

It is a good program.  In an undergrad course I took we used it and it
was quite helpful.  In some cases a good old fashioned atlas is quicker and
easier to use, but I don't see why it would not be appropriate for an 
undergrad course.  
Jonathan Marotta

In article <C3DxFE.LGv at athena.cs.uga.edu>, keith at athena.cs.uga.edu (Charles Keith) writes:
> 	I teach an undergraduate neurobiology course, and wonder whether
> 	Brain Browser would be an appropriate way to present structures and
> 	pathways at this level.
> 	Also, I seem to have fallen off the appropriate mailing lists (didn't
> 	think that could _ever_ happen). Could somebody supply me with
> 	publisher/ordering information?
> 	Thanks 10e6
> 	Charles Keith
> 	Department of Zoology
> 	University of Georgia
> 	keith at zookeeper.zoo.uga.edu

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