How to make brain dissection a no-brainer

February 26, 2020

Estimates say the human brain can store about million gigabytes of information. But for most of us, the issue isn’t storage, it’s retrieval. Thanks to Ward’s World, you won’t have to clear space in your gray matter for the best way to introduce students to brain dissection and anatomy. Just direct your cerebrum to this fun 4-minute video for everything you’ll need to know. “Investigating Anatomy: The Brain,” is divided into three chapters: 1 - Choosing a brain – Preservative options, specimen types 2 - Making sure you’re supplied 3 - Ready to inspect and dissect – Identification and function of all regions Have questions about dissection or just want more ways to help students discover biology? Ask the Ward’s Science Plus Us team at sciencehelp@vwr.com. Our in-house scientists and technicians are ready to answer even the toughest inquiries. Subscribe to Ward’s World for free and get a never-ending stream of science teaching ideas. Learn more at wardsworld.wardsci.com Ward’s Science — Connecting Over 150 years of science exploration to tomorrow’s innovation. Don’t forget to subscribe and hit the bell button so you’ll always know when our newest new videos are available: https://bit.ly/38X1FPp For information on any products or services seen in this video, visit us at https://wardsci.com/ Check out Ward’s World for a never-ending stream of ideas and inspiration for making science fun: https://wardsworld.wardsci.com/ And follow us on social media for the very latest in the world of science education: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wardsci Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wardsscience/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/WardsScience Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/wardsscience/

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