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Labster's 3D Videos

We’re excited to introduce short, 3D animated videos that provide an opportunity for students to visualize key scientific concepts. Learn more about how you might be able to use the videos!

New 3D animated videos to increase engagement in your science course

You’ll benefit from our animated videos

1-5 minute videos are a great way to:

  • Prepare your students for a new topic 
  • Consolidate learning with a post-lab activity
  • Cover a topic without going into the depth of a 30 minute simulation
  • Review learnings before assessments

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Explore our freely available animated videos

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Atoms and Ions - How atoms gain, share or lose their electrons

Have you ever wondered how atoms are held together? In this short 3D animated video, you will learn the basics about atomic bonding in ionic and covalent compounds.
(Video duration: 02:36 minutes)

Find all details about our 40-minutes “Ionic and Covalent Bonds” virtual lab simulation:

DNA Packaging and Cell Division

Start by diving into a blood sample to find out how DNA is packaged in an immersive animation of the cell. Find the DNA inside the nucleus and then zoom in from the chromosomes all the way into individual nucleotides.
(Video duration: 02:15 minutes)

Get the details about our 40-minute Mitosis virtual lab simulation here:

Polymerase Chain Reaction - Amplify DNA for Analysis

Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) is a laboratory technique used to copy and amplify small segments of DNA when there are not sufficient quantities for molecular and genetic analysis. PCR is also used in the laboratory technique of DNA fingerprinting, the subject of Labster’s full-length virtual lab.
(Video duration: 01:22 minutes)

All about our 37-minute “Polymerase Chain Reaction” simulation:

Antigen-Antibody Binding - Why are some blood types incompatible?

Discover the actual 3D molecular structure of antibodies and observe an immersive animation to understand the basics of antibody-antigen interaction and the mechanism that lies behind rhesus incompatibility.
(Video duration: 01:23 minutes)

Find all details about our 30-minutes “Antibodies” virtual lab simulation:

Get access to all of Labster's 3D animated videos

Become a Labster customer to get full access to all of our new 3D animated videos:

  • Atoms & Ions
  • Antigen-Antibody Binding
  • DNA Packaging and Cell Division
  • Carbon Orbitals and Bounds
  • Gel Electrophoresis
  • Proteins
  • The Light Phase of Photosynthesis at the Molecular Level
  • Electron Transport Chain
  • Simple Carbohydrates
  • Matter and Phases Changes DIS
  • Meiosis & Mendel’s Law of Segregation
  • Kidney Chronic Disease
  • Complex Carbohydrates
  • Lipids
  • How Confocal Microscopy Works
  • Blood Glucose, Insulin, and Diabetes
  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • How Flow Cytometry (FACS) Works
  • Next Generation Sequencing
  • PCR-Polymerase Chain Reaction
  • And more to come!

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