News Details | 24-May-2013

NTU's medical school pioneers use of plastinated bodies for anatomy teaching in Singapore

NTU’s new medical school will be pioneering the use of plastinated bodies for medical education in Singapore. They are real human bodies donated to science, and preserved using a method called plastination. The bodies are from Germany, and will be used to teach anatomy at the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, which has been jointly set up by Imperial College London and NTU.


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