Bone Clones

Bone Clones, Inc. manufactures, distributes, and sells osteological reproductions of human and animal bones.wikipedia
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Osteology

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Bone Clones, Inc. manufactures, distributes, and sells osteological reproductions of human and animal bones.

Chatsworth, Los Angeles

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Located in Chatsworth, California, Bone Clones provides these reproductions to museums, universities, medical schools, and other educational institutions.

University

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Located in Chatsworth, California, Bone Clones provides these reproductions to museums, universities, medical schools, and other educational institutions.

Medical school

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Located in Chatsworth, California, Bone Clones provides these reproductions to museums, universities, medical schools, and other educational institutions.

Resin casting

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The idea of replicating real bones out of resin casting came from the increasing demand of museums for processed skeletons.

Polyurethane

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Bone Clones reproductions are made from a custom blended polyurethane resin.

San Diego Museum of Man

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Human reproductions can be seen in the "Footsteps Through Time" exhibit at the San Diego Museum of Man in California.

Glendale Community College (California)

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In 2004, Glendale Community College in Glendale, California partnered with Bone Clones, Inc. to create the science exhibit "“Bone: The Hidden Structure of Life."

Anthropologist

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In 2012, anthropologist Richard Wright used Bone Clones cast BC-110 to train users in quality control when using his CRANID program for determining the ancestry of unidentified human remains.

Ancestor

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In 2012, anthropologist Richard Wright used Bone Clones cast BC-110 to train users in quality control when using his CRANID program for determining the ancestry of unidentified human remains.

National Association of Biology Teachers

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In February 2014, The American Biology Teacher journal featured an article by Mike Darwin Yerky, who used Bone Clones casts to create an engaging and effective lesson plan in hominin evolution for biology students.

Hominini

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In February 2014, The American Biology Teacher journal featured an article by Mike Darwin Yerky, who used Bone Clones casts to create an engaging and effective lesson plan in hominin evolution for biology students.

Evolution

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In February 2014, The American Biology Teacher journal featured an article by Mike Darwin Yerky, who used Bone Clones casts to create an engaging and effective lesson plan in hominin evolution for biology students.

Biology

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In February 2014, The American Biology Teacher journal featured an article by Mike Darwin Yerky, who used Bone Clones casts to create an engaging and effective lesson plan in hominin evolution for biology students.

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