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Come meet us at ACS2018 booth #330

Labster’s award-winning lab simulations have been proven to increase learning outcomes. Our labs will help you to understand key science practices you can use to develop explanations and predictions of natural phenomena.

We believe in saving the world and empowering students to learn more effectively. That’s why one of our reps, Dr. Laura Wirpsza, will join Dr. Kambiz Hamabani from California State University, San Marcos, and talk about reimagining biochemistry and chemistry education with blended next-generation virtual laboratories at ACS2018.

We invite you to join the talk for an inspiring session and visit us at booth #330 to discuss the opportunities we can create for students together.

When: Tuesday, March, 20, 2018 from 2:30 PM – 2:50 PM
Where: Magnolia – New Orleans Marriott Convention Center

During the Exposition (March 18th – 20th) we will be giving away full access to Labster’s entire laboratory catalog for 30 days for free. So stop by our booth #330, Hall B2 to sign up (we have a limited number of free trials). 

Not attending the conference? Please don’t hesitate to contact us to find out more about Labster.

Professors and students at more than 150 institutions globally trust Labster

At Labster, we are dedicated to delivering fully interactive advanced laboratory simulations based on mathematical algorithms, that support open-ended investigations. Labster utilizes gamification elements such as an immersive 3D universe, storytelling, and a scoring system. With more than 60 Labster simulations to choose from, you can stimulate your students’ natural curiosity and highlight the connection between science and real world applications.

Recognize the international hazard symbols and properly dispose of chemical waste in the Chemistry Safety simulation. Determine drug stability after exposure to extreme temperatures in the High Performance Liquid Chromatography simulation. Our Chemistry Package empowers students with a diverse introduction to chemical principles, giving them confidence to perform chemical analysis and interpret spectral data.

The Labster chemistry packages covers a wide range of topics and techniques, including:

General Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry

  • Titration
  • Fluorescence Automated Cell Sorting
  • Flow Injection Analysis
  • High Performance Liquid Chromatography
  • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

Connecting Simulations

  • Parkinson’s Disease
  • Tissue Engineering
Highlighted Techniques

  • Good laboratory practices
  • Lewis Bonds
  • Conductivity measurements
  • Melting-point measurements
  • Introduction to Weak Acids & Bases
  • pH measurements
  • Introduction to Bonds
  • Radical and Ionic cross-linking
  • Michael addition cross-linking
  • Le Chatelier principle
  • Haber process
  • Liquid Chromatography principles and spectra analysis
  • NMR spectra analysis 

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