“anatomical models”

Jun
14

Stan In Love? … It Must Be Summer! (Special Offer)

It’s that feelgood time of year – days are at their longest, we can finally ditch the winter jumpers and head to the countryside or the beach with our nearest and dearest. Summer is many people’s favorite season, but what’s perhaps surprising is that the warmer temperatures and brighter days could be having a real […]

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Jun
19

How Do We Speak?

It’s no news that the human body is a tremendously complex machine and we are still finding out lots about how it works and what processes our body goes through without us even having to think about it. Speech is one of the most complex things we do. In order to make ourselves understood, our […]

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Mar
22

The Science of Color and “That Dress”

In February 2015, a simple picture taken by a Mother of the Bride of a potential outfit went viral. A very simple question about the colour of a dress almost broke the internet. Everyone, from Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift to Miley Cyrus and Lady Gaga, was caught up in a social media debate which […]

By Joanna | Medical Education
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Jun
09

Breakthrough Treatments for Crohn’s Disease

Crohn’s Disease is a debilitating auto-immune disease that causes the body to attack the lining of the gut. Any part of the gut can be affected but commonly it affects the last section of the small intestine (ileum) or the large intestine (colon). Crohn’s disease affects an estimated 1.4 million Americans and symptoms can include […]

By Joanna | Anatomy . Health . Medical Education
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Apr
03

Fight for Every Heartbeat

An initiative by The American Heart Association is raising awareness and encouraging people, of all ages, to make even small differences to their lifestyle to improve the health of their heart. With one in four deaths in the US caused by heart disease and over seven million people worldwide suffering a heart attack each year, […]

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It’s Not Too Late To Make Steps Towards Preventing Osteoporosis

Is bone strength something you consider when discussing health education topics?  As bone is a living tissue, it's important to remind people that it's constantly being broken down and replaced.  Osteoporosis is a condition that can affect people of all races but white and Asian women seem particularly at risk.  How can you communicate information […]

By Joanna | Medical Education
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Oct
28

Murders, Cadavers and the need for Anatomical Models

Human beings are a curious lot and throughout history there have been some extraordinary ways that we have sought to inform future generations of our discoveries. But in order to get an accurate idea of how the body works, you have to have access to detailed teaching models.  Here at 3B Scientific we’ve been fascinated […]

By Joanna | Anatomy
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Realism Essential For Learning

They say that practice makes perfect and surgeons are always aiming to perfect their technique. One way for surgeons, orthopedists and medical engineers to practice surgical procedures is by using artificial bone. However, it is vital that such bones resemble the real thing as closely as possible, so the professional has a realistic experience when […]

By Joanna | Medical Education
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