According to Statistics [Fifth Symposium of Industrial Hygienists, Frunze, USSR, 1989, pp 234-246], the life expectancy of a teaching Anatomist is six years less, thаn the average teacher's life span. Staggering news! There have been only two reasons noted for this limitation, working with wet specimens and working with toxic chemicals. With our technology, this does not have to happen anymore. All of our specimens are ecologically clean; completely non-toxic, longer lasting, safe, and most importantly they retain their natural appearance and structure down to the cellular level, thus retaining their suitability for teaching Anatomy or other related fields of work.

When working with traditional wet or chilled specimens, use of special coveralls, gloves, and often more elaborate protective means are required. Our specimens can be studied without any special garments. You may demonstrate them in any classroom out of your department. Nothing special is required. It is safe to handle with your bare hands and your students can employ all their memory resources including touch to their studies. This will bring your students more pleasure and undoubtedly more interest in the studies of Anatomy.

When using traditional specimens, the specimens are lost at the end of every course and only a small portion of them can be used again for the next course. Our polymer-impregnated specimens are exceptionally durable and wear proof, making them suitable for teaching your students for many decades. Imagine the many hours of difficult and highly qualified labor, the amount of biological material that can be saved in the future while using our specimens.

While browsing the links throughout our site, think about your health, the health of your students, your school budget, the pleasure your students will get out of their Anatomy course, the pleasure you will get out of teaching them...

Feel welcomed to call upon us for any specific information or more information you may want, at any time. We will do what we can to fulfill your requirements.

We produce the specimens in following sections of the Morphology:

  Osteology Full spectrum of bone specimens for teaching Human Anatomy
  Sindesmology Specimens of flexible and immobile joints of human body
  Miology Full spectrum of specimens for demonstration of the human masculature
  Viscerology Specimens of digestive, respiratory, excretory, reproductive, endocrine systems and complex viscera-specimens
  Central nervous system Specimens of the human brain and spinal cord - the most difficult field of Human Anatomy for both teachers and their students
  Angionevrology Vast catalog of specimens for studying of human vasculature and peripheral nerves
  Slices Sheet plastinated slices for teaching of the nevrology and stereotopometry
Gross-specimens, sheet plastinated slices and microspecimens for studing patology anatomy.
  Histology Specimens for microscopic study of human tissues
  Parazitology Microspecimens for microscopic study of intestinal worms and strays