All year long, WKYC will be spotlighting Girls in STEM, an initiative that inspires girls to embrace science, technology, engineering and math.

On Wednesday's Donovan Live Betsy Kling tell us about the new advanced technology available to the girls at St. Joseph Academy to help them learn about the human body.

It's technology you would expect to see in medical school, but now it's available to these high school students.

With a simple touch,the students can explore anatomy like never before. The device is called an Anatomage Table.

Think of it as a super sized tablet, loaded with 14 hundred 3D images.

Saint Joe's is the first high school in Northeast Ohio to have this technology. Students get time on their own to explore what interests them.

Watch the video in the player above more information.

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