This is a " Ghost Heart ". It has been decellularized, leaving only connective tissue. The organ can then be reseeded with a patient’s own cells to regenerate it so it can be transplanted without fear of tissue rejection.
We plan to provision Google groups for each school class. Sharing, e.g. a document, with students in the class will be done using the group's email adress.
But, get a bit confused about what name conventions to use and, especially, how to handle the Google groups as the school year comes to end and the next school year starts. I.e. delete the group would remove students' access to shared resources (no good). On the other hand, having "old" class' groups active will confuse as they appear in adress lists etc. (disable the group will not much of a difference as I understand it). And having class groups living "over the years" becomes complicated since members (students) change. Any suggestions and recommendations are appreciated.
We use a name policy where the group name is built from the birthyear of the majority of the students. The group name is kept through the years but we change the group description each year to the actual class name. Example : ROS-2004b-elev is the name of the group for class 3B. We also use Google group to contact the parents of the class ; ROS-2004b-vh. Works well for us at Rösjöskolan.