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Left: a small molecule, a protein with a clinical drug bound, and a bacteriophage, seen in web-augmented reality in moleculARweb. Right: the human circulatory system and a mitochondrion, offered in web-augmented reality by Google. Figure composed by author Luciano Abriata.

Chemistry and Biology Education Using Commodity Web Augmented Reality -in any device!

Thanks to modern educational content using commodity web-based augmented reality in our moleculARweb site and in Google, students, teachers, and science communicators can now…




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