Atlas of Human Anatomy
Human anatomy is complex, beautiful and let’s be honest – painful to learn. The way it is taught remains where it has always been. Textbooks, textbooks and more textbooks. Anatomy education lags behind today’s constantly advancing technological innovations. We wanted to change this so Kenhub was born.
Our vision is one single, seamlessly integrated online platform that brings together multiple effective learning tools. We keep things simple but optmised for the best learning experience. To do this, we continuously adapt and refine Kenhub from our user’s feedback. We also make sure all our work is transparent – whether that is dealing with subscription cancellations or money back guarantees – we do what we say and that’s that. We don’t want to make your life harder than it is.
135 video tutorials, 160 personally adaptable quizzes, 289 articles and 2925 atlas images – Kenhub’s content is weekly expanding for a comprehensive, complete coverage for all specialties involved in studying anatomy.
Founded in 2012, we’re a passionate team of people from around the world. We work hand in hand with a community of scientists and medical experts from Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin and University of Colorado, to name a few. Together, we are dedicated to making learning anatomy simpler, easier and faster – for you.
Established in 1997 out of a love for international relations and culture. Entirely online, we offer more than 35,000 pages of content on the countries of the world. Our cultural, historical and statistical information has proven to be valuable to students, parents, teachers, and researchers alike.
Atlas of U.S. States Maps & Stats
Jump to: Maps & Flags o Trivia o Population & Geography o Economic & Social Comparisons
Atlas of Countries of the World
Each Country Profile provides information on: Geography · Maps · Flag · History · Current ruler · Area · Population · Capital · Largest cities · Languages · Ethnicity/race · Religion · Literacy rate · Economy · Government
Atlas of U.S Cities
Since the founding of St. Augustine, Florida in 1565, the United States has seen a steady rise in its cities across all fifty states. The urban population today is larger than it's ever been, in total and in proportion. Many of the country's most recognizable landmarks and institutions are found in its major cities, and the urban landscape of America is a central setting for film, literature, music, and more. Learn about the many cities that help define the U.S., and find information on weather, population, facts, history, and landmarks of major U.S. cities.