For kids above 6 years old and able to handle glass slides. The edges of glass slides are chamfered to prevent cuts. – Samples are clearly labeled and glass slides come fitted in a plastic slide container
Comes with 3 color post cards demonstrating functions of insect parts and questions to aid fact finding on beetles.
Comes with 1 real beetle specimen. The actual type of beetle received varies. Students can observe the specimen directly under microscope or use it to prepare additional slides (preparation tools NOT included).
Dimension of glass slides: 7.5 x 2.5cm (standard size)
MOUTHPART, LEG, WING, ANTENNA: The 12 slides are carefully selected to demonstrate the interesting parts of different insects that children can appreciate. For instance, the digging leg of a cricket is distinctly different from the swimming leg of a water beetle because of their different functions. By observing the slides, children learn to appreciate different shapes and structures of insect and relate them to how the insect moves or eats.
OBSERVE, THINK, AND CONCLUDE: The set is also designed to instill scientific thinking to children. Firstly, the child is able to observe the parts. Then with the aid of postcards, the kid can consider how the insect uses the body parts. And finally, using the real beetle specimen, the kid can apply what he or she has learnt to draw conclusions about the beetle’s life.
CLEAR OPTICAL GLASS SLIDES: Samples are professionally prepared on optical glass slides for clear viewing. Recommended for children above 6 years of age.
Mochoog Stem 4WD assembly kit is a four-wheel drive DIY climbing vehicle, which can help children learn the mechanical transmission structure of the vehicle model by using their own hands on their practice. Learn how electrical energy can be converted into mechanical Energy, and how to change the chassis height of the vehicle to come across obstacles.Learn how to improve The vehicle ‘s cross-country ability to come across obstacles through adjusting the combination of transmission crankshaft’s dislocation variation. Through learning practice, the children can systematically master the principles of energy transformation and mechanical movement structure, so we can say that a small climbing vehicle can foster a future mechanical inventor. It can helps to develop the children’s creativity and ability of using hands and brain. In the procedure of assembling, children will have a taste of joy and achievement by conquering challenges from time to time, which is beneficial for children’s creativity cultivation and intelligence development. package size (L x W x h) : 11 x 6.7 x 2.2&Nbsp;(inches) vehicle size (L x W x H): 8.3 x 4.3 x 4.1&Nbsp;(inches)
Inventing set for ages 8+: Unique STEM Toy for kids , teens & adults.
this is an assembly kit of a 4WD model which appears to walk as the 4 wheels on its corners move vertically, and climbs over obstacles up to 50mm with ease.
Choose from 3 different chassis angle settings. Power from the motor is delivered to the wheels by assembly-type ladder chains. Includes everything needed for easy snap-fit/screw-together assembly. Simple wiring is required to complete the assembly. Requires one R6/AA/UM3 battery.(The kit isn’t including battery)
Intro to engineering kit: Aspiring engineers & tinkerers! No training or additional parts needed.
All pieces are made with high quality non-toxic ABS materials and certified to meet European and American Toy safety standards. It is very easy to wash or wipe all the pieces to make them germ free
This book is a compilation of the bench experience of leading experts from various research labs involved in the cutting edge area of research. The authors describe the use of stem cells both as part of the combinatorial therapeutic intervention approach and as tools (disease model) during drug development, highlighting the shift from a conventional symptomatic treatment strategy to addressing the root cause of the disease process.
The book is a continuum of the previously published book entitled “Stem Cells: from Drug to Drug Discovery” which was published in 2017.