Anatomy Jane Doll

Anatomy Jane Doll

Yes, indeed a supplier has suddenly popped up peddling something very similar to the "Anatomy Jane" doll Meredith Grey toted around as a little girl at Seattle Grace Hospital. The website is still under production, but the doll looks pretty real. Keep your fingers crossed that they will deliver in time for the holidays. Whether you just love Meredith or you know a child who is destined to be a doctor, this is a super and timely present. Good gifting.

  • You don't have to look away! I promise, no more organs or stuff. But I have an idea for a list, :D which is why I'm posting this. 3B Scientific is one of those top-quality German brands, you know, where everything is made to th... You don't have to look away! I promise, no more organs or stuff. But I have an idea for a list, :D which is why I'm posting this. 3B Scientific is one of those top-quality German brands, you know, where everything is made to the most exacting standards (I imagine an assembly line with caliper armed workers, and the running joke is making fun of the guy who was .0001 mm off on a model, that one time, when he heard that the wall fell). They make a wide variety of anatomy models, demonstration devices and classroom teaching aids. Skeleton Stan is one of their better skeletons (and yes, he's your man). The bones are made from a cast of a real guy's bones (ok, so it's a little gory) and thus are extremely detailed, showing all the little nooks and crannies cheaper models miss. The bone weight is also roughly equivalent to the real thing. Plus, he's of human height (about 5"6') and comes on a stand. Other great features: - Articulating Jaw, so you can do the 'snap snap' thing. You also get to see all the teeth. - Open cranial cavity - Lift the latches and you can peer into the skull for further, detailed study of this ridiculously complicated piece of bone, or just to make a jello brain mold in. - All joints are replicated with metal hardware; pivot, ball and socket, etc. The bones can be separated with some screwdrivers and stuff. Perfect for studying any bone, seeing what you broke, or quizzing your doc on the correct order of the tarsals . Don't worry! I've also thought of 3 alternate, non-learning related uses: 1. Dress him up! Put on a sassy scarf, a nice beret, sunglasses, whatever! 2. Keep him in your closet, and if anyone ever mentions the phrase, "Skeletons in the closet", say "I've got one...it's a biggie." Then wheel him out. 3. If you're about the same height or width, he can make an, um, unusual valet. Drape your coat or jacket over his shoulders, hang your hat on his head, and loop your tie around his neck. You can even store your shoes on his feet (I have NO idea what size). All your stuff in one place, ready to go! Price: Around $220, but I've seen it as low as $150. If you don't need all the details and hinges, consider the Bucky or Bart models, which are $150 and $99 respectively. Mad Biologist use: Required home decor item. Also, in building your Über Being, you may want to have one of the 'old' models to look back at for refrence. Bonus: (Point to Skeleton) - "Carlton wasn't the brightest or fastest lab assistant, but the accident did place him in a much more useful role, don't you think?"

  • Everyone thinks skulls are cool on their bracelets or belts or hoodies, but a real one seems to turn people off. Well, no matter, I'm gonna recommend one anyway. I turn to 3B Scientific , makers of the highest quality anatomic... Everyone thinks skulls are cool on their bracelets or belts or hoodies, but a real one seems to turn people off. Well, no matter, I'm gonna recommend one anyway. I turn to 3B Scientific , makers of the highest quality anatomical models, for another fun conversation starter for your home. Keep it on your coffee table, or better yet, in your closet. This numbered skull is the perfect choice for basic to pretty advanced learning. It's cast from a real, human skull, so all the little details (foramen, styluses, etc) are there. Better yet, all the points of interest are hand-numbered, and it comes with an answer-key to each digit. It's high quality plastic, the jaw articulates, the sutures are highlighted in yellow, and the cranium opens for further study and for figuring out what nerves go where. NON LEARNING USES: -If you're going to put on an amateur Shakespeare presentation, you're practically duty bound to choose Hamlet. One of the by-laws there is you have to use a skull. Put on as serious a face as you can, stare intently at the skull, then flourish a bit with some extremely long and discomfiting dramatic pauses. -Halloween decoration. You can also stuff the insides with candy and use it as your trick-or-treat bowl. - See that latch on the side? Open up the skull, pour in some Jello (pink or green, preferably) and refrigerate. $100. If you'd like the stylish élan of having a human skull in your home but don't want to spend so much, consider a.) grave-robbing or b.) buying their cheaper, 'budget' models, which go for as low as $23 or so. Mad Biologist use: Actually, the Halloween candy bowl idea works pretty well. Just make sure to use it ALL year round. And tell people it's real.

  • Man, I love Carolina Biological. Purveyor of classroom "products" for all ages and levels, Carolina specializes in specimens. Living stuff. Preserved dead stuff. Skeletons. Organs by the bucketful (really!) This is a preserved ... Man, I love Carolina Biological. Purveyor of classroom "products" for all ages and levels, Carolina specializes in specimens. Living stuff. Preserved dead stuff. Skeletons. Organs by the bucketful (really!) This is a preserved pig heart, which is about the same size as a human one. Carolina uses a proprietary solution that has virtually no formaldehyde odor (and actually does not contain this unhealthy toxin). Really, they're odorless and bloodless, so they're way less disgusting than you'd imagine. But onto the fun! I mean, sure, you can STUDY it if you want, and just marvel at the complex and fragile bags of meat we all are (have you ever seen a heart valve?). But here are some more interesting ideas: - When someone say 'eat their heart' out, pull this out and ask them to fulfill their statement. -Did someone 'break your heart'? Break this one for revenge, or at least give the ex (And trust me, they'll stay your ex) a demonstration of what they've done to you, in full, flesh colored gore glory. - Show someone you love them with all your heart. Or at least something's heart. A real one. - Send a box with lipstick smackers on the carton, and the heart inside. Or sign your letters with kisses and enclose the heart to complete the deal. - For a great prank sure to win you friends and lovers, order 1 heart and have it delivered (in an innocuous little box) to your 'friend' (i.e. hated coworker). There are TONS of cool stuff you can order from them (cow eyes, anyone?) but I think I'm gonna stop posting these as I'm gonna get on the FBI's watch-list for 'potential serial killers'. Mad Biologist use: Try to get one to beat again.

  • I said I wouldn't post these anymore, I know, but fellow ThisNext user ion_dog had an idea too good to pass up. These are real, preserved sheep brains. They don't smell and there's no blood or guts or anything. Just brains. Per... I said I wouldn't post these anymore, I know, but fellow ThisNext user ion_dog had an idea too good to pass up. These are real, preserved sheep brains. They don't smell and there's no blood or guts or anything. Just brains. Perfect for distracting zombies - just throw one in their direction and they'll be all over it. If you manage to tame a zombie and keep him as a pet, you'll need to order these in the 'pail' option to ensure that your cuddly, cerebellum-devouring snuggly puff doesn't go hungry. Mad Biologist use: Every mad biologist needs buckets full of organs around the house. Keep some in the fridge in Tupperware containers marked 'Leftovers'.

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  • The standard for Anatomy and Physiology classes everywhere. It's excellent organization and writing belie the enormous amount of information it holds - essentially, all current knowledge of what are bodies are made up of and how e... The standard for Anatomy and Physiology classes everywhere. It's excellent organization and writing belie the enormous amount of information it holds - essentially, all current knowledge of what are bodies are made up of and how everything under our skin works. Excellent charts and visual aids that clearly explain major points and differences. Loaded with artfully illustrated graphics to demonstrate structure and function on both the macro and molecular levels. It's also peppered with professional cadaver photographs for exact views of the human body. I think I'll be keeping this book beyond my classes. Besides its usefulness for any biologically related subject, you can turn to it if you have any question as to how the heck our bodies work. The picture on the cover is of red blood cells.

  • Cool! When I was a kid I use to eat this *ish up. I would watch surgeries on tv, spend way too much time looking at my skin, hair and blood under the microscope. What happened to me? I became an artist.

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  • Here is another amazing, illustrated poster featuring the anatomy of the human heart. What a wonderful Valentine's Day gift.

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  • I love illustrated, informational posters. This one's available on ebay for only $9.45.

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