$5,747.58 (as of January 10, 2017, 12:29 pm)
Listen up biology teachers and professors, this larger than life anatomical ear model is ideal for your lab or classroom setting.
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3B Scientific VJ510 3 Part The World’s Largest Ear Model, 15 Times Full-Size, 51.2″ x 47.2″ x 23.6″
The 3B Scientific VJ510 15X life-size human ear model is used for anatomical study, and dissembles into three parts for effective demonstration. The model depicts the outer, middle, and inner ear for detailed examination, and has removable auditory ossicles, labyrinth with cochlea, and vestibulocochlear nerve for further study. The VJ510 is mounted on a base for display, and measures 51.2 x 47.2 x 23.6 inches/130.0 x 120.0 x 60.0cm (L x W x H). (L is the horizontal distance from left to right; W is the horizontal distance from front to back; H is the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point.) Anatomical models are typically used as educational aids in medical and scientific classrooms and office settings.
Science education products incorporate applied math and science principles into classroom and homeschool-based projects. Teachers in pre-K, elementary, and secondary classrooms use science education kits and products alongside science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) curriculum to demonstrate STEM concepts and real-world applications through hands-on activities. Science education projects include a broad range of activities, such as practical experiments in engineering, aeronautics, robotics, energy, chemistry, physics, biology, and geology.
3B Scientific manufactures anatomical models, simulators, charts, and other training materials for use in scientific, medical, and patient education. Founded in 1948 and headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, 3B Scientific meets ISO 9001: 2008 standards.
What’s in the Box?
15X life-size human ear model for anatomical study
Dissembles into three parts for effective demonstration
Depicts outer, middle, and inner ear for detailed examination
Removable auditory ossicles, labyrinth with cochlea, and vestibulocochlear nerve for further study
Mounted on base for display