Gray's Anatomy is a top-notch medical drama from the original book, Gray's Anatomy by Henry Gray. Become a Gray's Anatomy medical student through human body clay sculpting, solid organ dissections, cell and tissue pathology, forensic anthropology crime solving and model building challenges. Student's of Grays' Anatomy design experiments, investigate the structures and funtions of the human body and use data acquisition software to monitor body functions such as muscle movement, reflex and voluntary action, and respiration. Using project based labs, student's of Gray's Anatomy will learn human anatomy of body systems by exploring science in action and working through real world cases. The Gray's Anatomy textbook of human anatomy was written in 1858 using controversial human surgery and cadaver dissection. Discover how science has helped shape out past, present and future.
Requested competency code:
- Lab Science
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