July 2017 Newsletter
Meetings and Conferences: AACA 34th Annual Meeting (Minneapolis, MN)
Featured Products: Osteology of the Skull & Dentition • Fetal Osteology • Limbs
News from New Zealand
July - We will be exhibiting at the 34th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists. We support the AACA's mission to advance clinical anatomy knowledge and anatomical services through education, research and scholarship. If you are in the area, we hope you stop by and say hello.
Bones can reveal and suggest much information about an individual, such as age, sex, whether they have given birth, height, occupation, health, disease, diet, ancestry, and economic status. Featured below and in our Human Anatomy menu are examples of osteologically significant specimens that are useful for education of adult, adolescent and child osteology, including the bones of the skull, skulls with revealed dentition, limbs, torso, and full and partial skeletons.
To facilitate teaching osteological anatomy and provide tools for students to understand critical anatomical structures and concepts, we offer a range of male and female specimens representing different ancestry groups, and ages - including fetal, sub-adult developmental stages and adult.
We invite you to explore our website's
Fields of Study,
Pathology and Trauma,
menus or, if you prefer, our
Catalog of Human Anatomy PDF
To mark the global 40th anniversary of the Jane Goodall Institute, Dr. Goodall toured Australasia, launching New Zealand branches of both her institute and its complimentary "Roots & Shoots" program.
Seen here in New Zealand with Gino Acevedo, of Weta Digital, holding "Hand-in-hand" - a limited edition fundraising life cast sculpture designed by Mr. Acevedo and produced by Bone Clones®
50% of the sales of "Hand-in-Hand" goes directly to the Jane Goodall Institute.
Until next time...
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