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5 Styrofoam Ball Science Projects

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5 Styrofoam Ball Science Projects

Styrofoam activities are an excellent way to learn more about science. If you’re feeling crafty, try out one of these easy projects with the help of our styrofoam materials. 1. Animal Cell Model Create a 3D version of an animal cell with this tutorial showcasing the cell’s components from the cell membrane to the nucleus. Are you fascinated by cell structure? Learn more about our Build-A-Cell Learning Lab.   Get the project details. 2. DNA Model Expand your knowledge of DNA with a model you can make on your own. With the use of colorful styrofoam balls, assemble the sugar, phosphate groups...

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February is Heart Health Month

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February is Heart Health Month

In honor of Heart Health Month, we have a selection of heart models marked down until Feb. 14. 

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Alternatives to Animal Dissection in Science Classes and Zoology Charts

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Alternatives to Animal Dissection in Science Classes and Zoology Charts

At Denoyer-Geppert Science Company, we offer a variety of products to help fit learning preferences for students and teachers. If you're looking for alternatives to an animal dissection, consider the following products from frog models to biology posters. 

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6 Useful Science Charts to Add to Your Classroom

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6 Useful Science Charts to Add to Your Classroom

Denoyer-Geppert Science Company offers a variety of science charts made for any learning setting. Whether you hang these charts in a classroom or in a medical office, each product features anatomical details from the latest research. We have rounded up the following charts for scientists to add to their visual learning collection.   1. Anatomy of the Heart For just $5, learn every single detail about the heart and its surrounding components.   2. Muscular System This chart features a numbered-key to allow your students to test their knowledge of the muscular system.  3. Anatomy and Physiology Chart Set  Cover everything human anatomy in your classroom with this eleven...

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Our Favorite Science News Stories of 2017

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Our Favorite Science News Stories of 2017

Photo Credit: Science Magazine We won't deny that a lot of good and bad news occurred in 2017, but for the science world, we learned some incredible things. Here are some of our favorite science news stories of the year: 1. The mesentery is an organ For us, the proposal for a new human organ could change the way we present our anatomical products. Researchers in Ireland proved it's a set of tissues that anchors the small intestines to the back of the abdominal wall.   2. What dogs hear when we talk to them We always wondered what dogs think of our...

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