Labster for Corporate Training
Labster’s virtual laboratory simulations will help your employees master laboratory techniques and safety protocols in a safe, 3D virtual lab training environment. Train your staff and clients quickly, inexpensively, and with better outcomes–in a way that increases efficiency in the workspace. Users can access Labster on laptops or virtual reality (VR) headsets for:
- Safety training
- Lab protocols
- Compliance & assessment
- Lab skills & scientific knowledge
- Employee onboarding
- Equipment training
Start training with Labster’s innovative learning simulations today, or ask for more information about building your own customized training simulations.
Virtual Lab Simulations
Employees will learn about laboratory safety, protocols, techniques, equipment, and best practices. In addition to performing simulated tasks and experiments, users read through conceptual background information, view animations, complete quiz questions, and track their performance.
Technique and Concept Simulations
- Acids and Bases
- Bacterial Growth Curves: Experiment with bacterial growth
- Bacterial Isolation
- Bacterial Quantification by Culture: Count bacteria with serial dilution
- Cell Culture Basics
- Control of Microbial Growth: Explore decontamination and selective toxicity
- Experimental Design
- The Gram Stain: Identify and differentiate bacteria
- Molecular Cloning
- Next Generation Sequencing
- Pasteurization and Sterilization
- Pipetting: Master the technique
- Polymerase Chain Reaction
- Protein Synthesis
- Wastewater Treatment
Labster's Proven Learning Impact
Besides Labster’s long-standing tradition of training university students across the world, we have been conducting research on the effects of our simulations for training staff and customers.
In a series of new publications from psychology, psychometrics and didactics researchers, Labster simulations are shown to have high training effectiveness — with the hours and cost spent transferring knowledge and skills done in a scalable and low-cost way — and to prompt employees and customers to think more positively about the company and their ability to use company products or technical equipment.
Below are results from two studies in the process of publication in international peer-reviewed journals. Find more research on the effects of Labster at: labster.com/research