Cornell University.

The 3 Ts is a method used to provide training to individuals working with animals in research, testing and teaching settings.

A discussion about developing the psychomotor skills necessary to do surgery without practicing on live animals in veterinary medicine.

Provides a virtual laboratory experience for students enrolled in secondary or college-level educational programs. Includes images and taxonomic information on most animal phyla.

Armstrong Medical Industries, Inc.

A supplier of CPR manikins, medical education manikins, training simulators, and anatomical models useful in medical education.

University of London. Royal Veterinary College.

Haptic simulators for veterinary training in palpation-based examinations and procedures. According to the website, "Haptic technology allows a person to interact with a 3D computer-generated virtual environment through the sense of touch."