Halloween (All Hallows’ Evening) – the evening before All Saints Day (All Hallows) – is a firmly established favorite in most kids’ calendars as a time to carve a pumpkin, dress up in a creepy costume, and indulge in sweets and candy. But, of course, Halloween was originally not just about trick-or-treating, being a much […]
Listening to music makes you smarter, right? ..Well, probably. Ever since a landmark 1993 paper1 in the journal Nature, popular belief has been that listening to classical music increases your intelligence – the so-called ‘Mozart effect’. The researchers reported that people enjoyed brief improvements in their visual-spatial skills immediately after listening to a sonata by […]
Here at 3B Scientific we supply replica skeletons to our clients in the medical and educational sectors. However, one of our customers has taken the business of bones to a whole new level… When you see skeletons of people and other animals in class or a museum, they’re replicas, right? Well, yes… sometimes!
It's time to saddle up and mozy on over to Texas! We're heading off to San Antonio next week (April 11-14) for the NSTA 2013 National Conference. And to celebrate the conference theme of Next Generation Science: Learning, Literacy and Living, we'll be giving away a full size 3B Scientific skeleton to one lucky winner!
It's no secret that, in addition to our passion for science, we're also art lovers too. We're especially proud to share with you works of art that have been inspired by our own products! The renowned German artist, Ulrich Lamsfuß approached our team in Hamburg to explain that he was working on several pieces that […]
Our friend Stan (the skeleton) is looking out for you at the NSTA Atlanta Area Conference on Science and Education. There's an exciting program at the event and we've taken the opportunity to bring along some of our best loved products and gifts to show you. Our wonderful colleague, Angela Frost, is accompanying […]
It’s not often that the worlds of fashion and anatomical models collide but when they do you can expect something quite extraordinary! This unusual photoshoot aims to educate by revealing exposed bones, tissue, muscles and ligaments amongst the organs that make life possible. We doubt you've ever been to anatomy class quite like it!