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We feature over 300+ simulations covering a wide variety of science topics from biology, chemistry and physics through to more specialized sciences including STEM, microbiology and chemical sciences. Amplify the learning experience of your lessons and conduct your favorite experiments with Labster!

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Continental Drift Theory: Past and future locations of the world's continents

General Science

Continental Drift Theory: Past and future locations of the world's continents

Solve the continental mystery discovered by Alfred Wegener. Piece together the jigsaw puzzle of continental drift by investigating different forms of evidence, and unravel the story they tell about how the continents have moved over millions of years.

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Cell Membrane and Transport: Types of transporter proteins

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Cell Membrane and Transport: Types of transporter proteins

Discover the structure and function of cell membranes by launching cargo molecules at a virtual cell.

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Synthesis of Aspirin: How to fight students’ migraines

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Synthesis of Aspirin: How to fight students’ migraines

Hone your synthetic skills in organic chemistry by going through a reaction that involves crystallization, filtration, calculation of the yield and a quality analysis using the melting point: the synthesis of aspirin.

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Ceric Ammonium Nitrate Test: Which compound contains alcohol?

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Ceric Ammonium Nitrate Test: Which compound contains alcohol?

Join Dr. Ali to discover how to use the ceric ammonium nitrate test to detect alcohols. Deduce which of our two samples contains alcohol groups by performing the test yourself!

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Size Exclusion Chromatography: Separate monomers from oligomers

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Size Exclusion Chromatography: Separate monomers from oligomers

Use size exclusion chromatography (SEC) to prepare a sample of a protein involved in Parkinson’s disease! Discover how this technique can be beneficial in your lab experiments and create a hypothesis about the elution time of different-sized particles!

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CRISPR-Cas applied to TGF-beta induced EMT

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CRISPR-Cas applied to TGF-beta induced EMT

Learn how to detect the hallmarks of EMT using immunofluorescence and knock out the correct gene to revert the process using CRISPR

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FACS

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FACS

In the Fluorescence-automated Cell Sorting (FACS) Simulation, you will learn the basics of flow cytometry and find out how to use a flow cytometer with fluorescence detection.

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Kjeldahl Method: Estimate the protein content in food

Chemistry

Kjeldahl Method: Estimate the protein content in food

Measure the protein content in a food sample with the Kjeldahl method, and investigate whether the apparent result has been tampered with by using LC-MS/MS.

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Introduction to Radioactive Decay

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Introduction to Radioactive Decay

A meteor has crashed to Earth! Search the crash site with a Geiger counter, and bring a radioactive sample back to the lab. Learn all about types of decay, decay series, and half-life. Help Dr. One and Marie Curie figure out what’s in that rock.

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Multiplex Automated Genomic Engineering (MAGE): Conjuring massive mutations

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Multiplex Automated Genomic Engineering (MAGE): Conjuring massive mutations

Gain insight into how scientists can improve children’s eyesight by genetically modifying E.coli to produce more beta-carotene.

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Gene linkage and pedigree analyses

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Gene linkage and pedigree analyses

Put yourself in the place of a genetic counselor and find out if the daughter of a breast cancer patient is at a higher risk of developing breast cancer herself. Help her by constructing a pedigree and finding the defective gene by using linkage analysis.

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Quasi-Elastic Neutron Scattering

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Quasi-Elastic Neutron Scattering

Perform quasi-elastic neutron scattering experiments at a research facility while helping a group of scientists in the Arctic. Observe the structure of atomic layers inside a battery and see how some atoms move when it discharges.

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Benedict’s Test: Which food samples contain reducing sugars?

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Benedict’s Test: Which food samples contain reducing sugars?

Learn how to perform Benedict’s test for reducing sugars on a variety of food samples. Predict which samples contain reducing sugars and find out how your predictions compare to your results!

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Tollen’s Test: Which food samples contain reducing sugars?

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Tollen’s Test: Which food samples contain reducing sugars?

Learn how to perform Tollen’s test for reducing sugars on a variety of food samples. Predict which samples contain reducing sugars and find out how your predictions compare to your results!

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Electrolysis

Chemistry

Electrolysis

Experiment with electrolytic cells in a lab on Mars! Assemble different electrolytic cells so you can make hydrogen fuel for your Mars rover, and give mini Dr. One a new gold coating.

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Propagation of Sound: Help a rock star tune their guitar!

Physics

Propagation of Sound: Help a rock star tune their guitar!

Ride the Shrink-o-Ship to see a propagating sound wave up close while learning about the production, propagation, and detection of sound. Experiment with the properties of a sound wave and use your newfound knowledge to help a rock star tune their guitar!

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Neutron Scattering: Investigating Bragg's Law

Physics

Neutron Scattering: Investigating Bragg's Law

Scientists in Greenland need your help! You'll need to discover the effect of low temperatures on scientific equipment at a research facility. Check atomic layer structures inside a battery and use neutron scattering to solve the mystery!

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Advanced Acids and Bases

Chemistry

Advanced Acids and Bases

Join us in in the exploration of acids and bases and learn all the advanced terms used in chemistry.

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Acids and Bases (Principles): Avoid falling in a lake of acid!

Chemistry

Acids and Bases (Principles): Avoid falling in a lake of acid!

In a futuristic lab, you will get help from a robot assistant to determine the acidity of a lake of acid found on an exoplanet. You will learn how to quantify the acidity and alkalinity of substances.

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Introduction to Pulmonary Ventilation: Process of respiration and physiology of the respiratory system

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Introduction to Pulmonary Ventilation: Process of respiration and physiology of the respiratory system

Join us in Labster's Anatomy and Physiology Lab to explore the physiology of pulmonary ventilation and learn about the structure, functions, and impairments of the respiratory system.

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Biodiversity: Assess and compare biodiversity on an exoplanet

Biology

Biodiversity: Assess and compare biodiversity on an exoplanet

Travel to the exoplanet Astakos IV and use ecological methods to assess and compare biodiversity over time and between different sites.

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Atomic Structure (Principles): Bohr and quantum models

Chemistry

Atomic Structure (Principles): Bohr and quantum models

Explore the atomic model, absorption and emission spectra, and how they reveal information about stars in galaxies far far away.

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Bacterial Growth Curves: Experiment with bacterial growth

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Bacterial Growth Curves: Experiment with bacterial growth

Learn about the mind-boggling speed of exponential growth and test how different growth conditions affect bacterial growth.

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Bacterial Isolation

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Bacterial Isolation

Learn about the proper techniques of isolating single colonies from a culture sample, how to use aseptic techniques and how to perform plate streaking.

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Calorimetry: Using a bomb calorimeter

Chemistry

Calorimetry: Using a bomb calorimeter

Apply the technique of bomb calorimetry to help solve the challenge of storing renewable energy. Learn about the first law of thermodynamics, enthalpy, and internal energy.

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Ion Exchange Chromatography

Chemistry

Ion Exchange Chromatography

Learn about the function and principles of ion exchange chromatography and get hands-on experience by purifying a protein involved in Parkinson’s disease to help studying the relation between the protein and the disease.

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Cell Culture Basics: Plate, split and freeze human cells

Biology

Cell Culture Basics: Plate, split and freeze human cells

Find out what it’s like to work in a cell culture laboratory. Learn how to use the aseptic technique to avoid contamination of your cells, and discover what it takes to keep them alive.

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Cancer Pharmacology: Provide recommendations in a multi-million dollar project

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Cancer Pharmacology: Provide recommendations in a multi-million dollar project

Review the usefulness of a multi-million dollar operation to identify potential drugs for cancer chemotherapy, and provide your recommendations to the Project Leader.

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Bacterial Quantification by Culture

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Bacterial Quantification by Culture

Use the serial dilution technique to quantify the effect of a novel antibiotic compound on bacterial growth.

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ChIP-exo

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ChIP-exo

Perform the chromatin immunoprecipitation with exonuclease treatment (ChIP-exo) protocol, and prepare the target DNA to learn how E. coli survive in acid stress conditions.

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Confocal Microscopy

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Confocal Microscopy

Join this virtual confocal microscopy lab and learn how to take pin-sharp confocal micrographs and 3D renderings. Use the knowledge to save your uncle’s crop from a mysterious plant disease.

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Competition: Learn to identify and quantify competition between species

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Competition: Learn to identify and quantify competition between species

Help the residents in Astakos IV to increase the yield of their crops by reducing the competition between different species.

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Cardio-respiratory Physiology: How can seals dive so deep for so long?

Biology

Cardio-respiratory Physiology: How can seals dive so deep for so long?

Monitor three dives of a Weddell seal in Antarctica and discover how long it can dive with the oxygen available in its stores.

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Polymerase Chain Reaction

Biology

Polymerase Chain Reaction

Learn the techniques and application of Polymerase Chain Reaction and Gel Electrophoresis. Explore a real-world application, such as analyzing unique genetic fingerprints to solve a murder case.

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The Nitrogen Cycle: Balance food demands and environmental concerns

Chemistry

The Nitrogen Cycle: Balance food demands and environmental concerns

Learn about the nitrogen cycle and help a local restaurant owner understand the complexities of sustainable crop production. Model nitrogen moving between stages of the cycle and then balance food production with environmental impact.

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Cytogenetics: Perform a prenatal diagnosis

Biology

Cytogenetics: Perform a prenatal diagnosis

Help a mother-to-be who is extremely worried about the fate of her baby. Will you able to diagnose the condition of the fetus using a cytogenetics-based approach?

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Exploring a Distillation Apparatus

Chemistry

Exploring a Distillation Apparatus

Get ready to dive deep into the process of distillation, by inspecting a simple benchtop distillation system and exploring all its parts on your own. Will you be able to relate the part of the distillation apparatus to their functions?

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Matter and Phase Changes: Distil ethanol

Chemistry

Matter and Phase Changes: Distil ethanol

Rescue a town from a fuel crisis by using your knowledge about matter and phase changes principles and performing ethanol distillation.

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Enzyme Kinetics

Biology

Enzyme Kinetics

Investigate Alcohol Flush Syndrome by studying Alcohol Dehydrogenase kinetics. Learn how to use a spectrophotometer, perform an enzyme kinetics experiment, analyze data and understand different inhibition mechanisms.

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Spectrophotometers: Building and exploring the instrument

Biology

Spectrophotometers: Building and exploring the instrument

Build your own spectrophotometer to discover how you can measure substances with light

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Equilibrium

Chemistry

Equilibrium

Learn about equlibrium and help a famous scientist to prevent a global famine by applying your knowledge to increase the yields of fertilizer for the crops.

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HPLC

Chemistry

HPLC

Learn how different factors such as heat and humidity can alter drug stability. Identify the components of the HPLC machine and use it to separate and measure the different compounds of a medicine.

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Iodine Test for Complex Carbohydrates

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Iodine Test for Complex Carbohydrates

Have you ever wondered what starch is? Discover the structure of complex carbohydrates and how you can test for the presence of complex carbohydrates in food samples.

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Introductory Lab

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Introductory Lab

Learn about lab safety, scientific methods, diffusion and osmosis, acids, bases and how to prepare buffers.

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Mass Spectrometry: The race of the fastest fragment

Chemistry

Mass Spectrometry: The race of the fastest fragment

Dive into a virtual laboratory to discover the secrets of mass spectrometry. From the structure of the instrument to the interpretation of different spectra, no fragmentation pattern will remain a mystery to you!

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Hydrocarbon Nomenclature and Representations

Chemistry

Hydrocarbon Nomenclature and Representations

Join Dr. One on a mission to figure out how to systematically name hydrocarbons and interpret and use the various core formula types for organic compounds.

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SDS-PAGE: Separating proteins by molecular weight

Biology

SDS-PAGE: Separating proteins by molecular weight

Investigate each step of SDS-PAGE from gel selection and sample preparation to chamber assembly and what really happens when the current turns on, to separate proteins solely by molecular weight, bringing us one step closer to identifying the protein.

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Exercise Physiology

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Exercise Physiology

In this sports science lab, you will find out how only three times ten minutes of supramaximal sprint interval training per week can increase your exercise capacity and fitness level.

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Thermal Effects on Marine Oxygen Levels

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Thermal Effects on Marine Oxygen Levels

Become an environmental investigator and solve a massive fish kill mystery. Use a spectrophotometer to analyze oxygen levels in the water and unravel the mystery.

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Meiosis: How is color blindness inherited?

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Meiosis: How is color blindness inherited?

Investigate the principles of Mendelian inheritance and discover how color blindness is inherited by observing chromosomal rearrangement in an animation.

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Fermentation: Optimize bio-ethanol production

Biology

Fermentation: Optimize bio-ethanol production

Learn how to optimize alcohol production in a fermentor. Will you be able to create the ideal conditions for the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae to produce bioethanol?

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Absorption In the Small and Large Intestines: Journey from the stomach to the bloodstream

Biology

Absorption In the Small and Large Intestines: Journey from the stomach to the bloodstream

In this simulation, you will step into the Anatomy and Physiology lab to discover how essential your intestines are in maintaining human life. Investigate what happens if your intestines malfunction and learn why you really need to eat your veggies!

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Using the Gram Stain to Help Diagnose Meningitis

Biology

Using the Gram Stain to Help Diagnose Meningitis

Perform the Gram stain on a sample collected from the patient and use microscopy to identify the presence of bacteria to help guide the proper antibiotic treatment.Screen reader support enabled.

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Thermal Homeostasis: Apply thermoregulation to climate change

Biology

Thermal Homeostasis: Apply thermoregulation to climate change

See how deer physiologically respond to climate change. Use a metabolic chamber and Douglas bag to measure the oxygen content, humidity and volume of a deer’s exhaled breath at different temperatures.

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Medical Genetics

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Medical Genetics

Learn about Mendelian genetics, linkage analysis, hereditary cancer, tumor suppressor, oncogenes and how to identify a defective gene in a family.

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Mendelian Inheritance: From genes to traits

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Mendelian Inheritance: From genes to traits

Investigate the principles of Mendelian inheritance and help a patient determine if his future children will inherit his color-blindness.

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Cancer: Impact of BRCA mutations

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Cancer: Impact of BRCA mutations

Investigate the principles of cancer development and cancer-related gene mutations to assess the risk of breast cancer development in a patient with a history of cancer in the family.

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Organic Chemistry Reactivity Rules: Time to react!

Chemistry

Organic Chemistry Reactivity Rules: Time to react!

Determine the outcome of a chemical reaction between two organic compounds by mastering the fundamental rules of reactions in organic chemistry.

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Smooth muscle: Learn how your gut contracts!

Biology

Smooth muscle: Learn how your gut contracts!

Join a physiology laboratory to understand how smooth muscle contracts by performing several in vitro experiments, and help your friend identify the cause of her intestinal pain.

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Intermolecular Forces: Rediscover the forces to save the world!

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Intermolecular Forces: Rediscover the forces to save the world!

Oh no -- the world’s intermolecular forces have all been disabled! Now, you must collaborate with Dr. One to put everything back in order. Can you return the world to its original state by rediscovering all the intermolecular forces?

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Energy Surfaces and Spontaneous Reactions

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Energy Surfaces and Spontaneous Reactions

Learn the core concepts of thermodynamics and discover how chemical reactions can be represented with energy surfaces. Determine which chemical reactions are spontaneous.

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Melting Point Analysis: Pure or impure?

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Melting Point Analysis: Pure or impure?

Learn the techniques and application of melting point analysis and substance purity graphs. Explore the application of the technique in organic syntheses when determining the purity of a solid organic compound.

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Bacterial Shapes and Movement

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Bacterial Shapes and Movement

Explore different bacterial shapes by using a microscope to look at a sample of bacteria from Antarctica.

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Forces and Free-body Diagrams: Learn how to navigate a drone

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Forces and Free-body Diagrams: Learn how to navigate a drone

Finish your training in basic physics concepts to join a cutting edge mechanical engineering lab. Team up with Sir Isaac Newton and understand how various forces affect the motion of objects.

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Genetically Engineered Machine

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Genetically Engineered Machine

Join an iGEM team to design a biosensor that can sense biofilm forming bacteria.

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Gram Stain: Test yourself in Gram Stain Procedure

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Gram Stain: Test yourself in Gram Stain Procedure

Familiarize yourself with details about Gram Stain procedure. Learn about reagents used during the experiment and repeat the protocol in stepwise manner, to be more than ready for real time Gram staining!

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Introduction to Immunology: Organs and cells of the immune system

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Introduction to Immunology: Organs and cells of the immune system

The immune system is a complex structure of cells, tissues and organs that work together to protect our bodies from infection. Dive into the complex structures and functions of those organs and cells that protect us from various pathogens every day!

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Molecular Cloning

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Molecular Cloning

Dive into recombinant DNA technology with cell division, transcription and translation. Includes concepts in restriction enzymes, cloning and reporter genes.

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Renal Physiology: Find the mode of action of a diuretic drug

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Renal Physiology: Find the mode of action of a diuretic drug

Explore the structure of the kidney and discover its different functions by trying to uncover the mode of action of a new diuretic drug that has the potential to prevent hypertension.

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Introduction to Protein Synthesis

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Introduction to Protein Synthesis

Explore the structure of proteins and learn about the synthesis process inside the cells.

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Landscape Ecology: Determine persistence in a spatially heterogeneous landscape

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Landscape Ecology: Determine persistence in a spatially heterogeneous landscape

Discover unique areas within an exoplanet’s landscape and apply your findings to predict the persistence of an alien species by estimating colonization and extinction rates.

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MALDI Investigation into Doping

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MALDI Investigation into Doping

Collaborate with an anti-doping agent at a bicycle race. Test athletes’ urine for a doping substance using mass spectrometry. Can you find out which athlete has been cheating?

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Photosynthesis: Algae pigment analysis

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Photosynthesis: Algae pigment analysis

Help Roxy figure out if a mysterious dark algae is able to do photosynthesis using green light and measure this process with the Hill reaction.

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Inheritance with Punnett Squares

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Inheritance with Punnett Squares

Investigate the principles of inheritance and help a family determine whether future generations will inherit color blindness.

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Food webs: Learn about interactions between trophic levels

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Food webs: Learn about interactions between trophic levels

Help reduce the impact from humans on an aquatic ecosystem on an exoplanet by using your knowledge of trophic cascades in a food web.

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Monogenic Disorders

Biology

Monogenic Disorders

Learn about the monogenic disorder Cystic Fibrosis and its inheritance from one generation to the next.

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DNA: Structure and function

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DNA: Structure and function

Research the fundamentals of DNA in humans — where it is, how it’s structured, and what it does — to explain them to a confused reader of your science magazine.

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Population Growth: Lets catch some goslins!

Biology

Population Growth: Lets catch some goslins!

Help ecologists devise a conservation strategy that will protect the goslin population on a newly discovered exoplanet, Astakos IV.

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Stoichiometric Calculations: Identify a compound using gravimetric analysis

General Science

Stoichiometric Calculations: Identify a compound using gravimetric analysis

Learn about Avogadro’s number and the relationship between moles, mass and molecular weight as you use the technique of gravimetric analysis to identify an unknown compound.

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Treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease

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Treatment for Chronic Kidney Disease

Synthesize a treatment for anemia in patients with chronic kidney disease. Examine the protein sequence to understand the differences between protein synthesis in prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

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Introduction to the Nervous System: Subdivisions of the nervous system

Biology

Introduction to the Nervous System: Subdivisions of the nervous system

Step into Labster's Anatomy and Physiology lab to learn about the nervous system and its subdivisions. Explore the various bodily functions that the nervous system controls.

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Inheritance with Pedigrees

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Inheritance with Pedigrees

Investigate the principles of inheritance and draw a pedigree tree to understand how color blindness is inherited.

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Liquid-liquid Extraction: Extract caffeine from your everyday drinks

Chemistry

Liquid-liquid Extraction: Extract caffeine from your everyday drinks

Learn how to use a separating funnel to extract and dry a water soluble compound, such as caffeine from tea or coffee. Can you also predict the liquid phases in which the compound can be found?

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Solution Preparation: From salt to solution

Chemistry

Solution Preparation: From salt to solution

Join your fantastic lab guide Dr. One in preparing a tricky aqueous solution of ammonium chloride using an analytical balance, which your colleagues need for an important analysis.

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Synthetic Biology

Biology

Synthetic Biology

Join cutting edge research at MIT and design a biological circuit that can sense and destroy cancer cells.

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Wastewater Treatment

Engineering

Wastewater Treatment

Study the treatment of urban wastewater. Will you be able to rescue a fish population suffering from pollution?

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What are waves?

Physics

What are waves?

Join Dr. One for an introduction to waves. After the lab breaks, it is your job to fix it by learning about waves, their types, and parameters. Adjust the amplitude, frequency, and wavelength of the waves in the lab to finish your mission.

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Substitution vs. Elimination Reactions: Predict the outcome

Chemistry

Substitution vs. Elimination Reactions: Predict the outcome

Join Dr. One in the lab to investigate how several types of substitutions and eliminations are competing with each other in organic chemistry. Predict, mix and observe the outcome!

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Protein Synthesis

Biology

Protein Synthesis

Explore the structure of proteins and learn about the synthesis process inside the cells. Examine the protein sequence to understand the differences of protein synthesis in prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

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Intestinal Glucose Transport: Study a mouse intestine for diagnosis

Biology

Intestinal Glucose Transport: Study a mouse intestine for diagnosis

Turn a mouse intestine inside out and use it to study glucose transport in order to figure out what is wrong with an infant.

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Springs and Masses: Learn how to detect and record earthquakes

Physics

Springs and Masses: Learn how to detect and record earthquakes

Become a spring oscillation master and help determine the magnitude and epicenter of an earthquake using just a mass and a spring.

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Pasteurization and Sterilization

Biology

Pasteurization and Sterilization

Help an organic farmer to increase the shelf life of his peach juice. Will you be able to eliminate spoilage of the peach juice?

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Meiosis, Mitosis and Plant Gametes

Biology

Meiosis, Mitosis and Plant Gametes

Help the laboratory investigate some of their samples of lily anthers and explore the phases of meiosis in them. Learn the basics of meiosis and mitosis by comparing the two processes.

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Simple Distillation: Recycle waste from biodiesel production

Chemistry

Simple Distillation: Recycle waste from biodiesel production

Use the technique of simple distillation to help your colony on Mars purify the waste generated by the production of biodiesel from algae (water, glycerol, and methanol).

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Bioinformatics: An introduction

Biology

Bioinformatics: An introduction

Embark on a mission to identify the metabolic pathway that produces an antimalarial compound in a rare plant. Can you begin the process of creating a novel antimalarial drug?

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Carbon Valence, Hybridization and Angles

Chemistry

Carbon Valence, Hybridization and Angles

Join Dr. One on a mission to figure out how the orbitals of carbon’s valence electrons hybridize, and how this greatly influences the bonds that carbon is able to form.

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Building Gram Positive and Gram Negative Cell Walls

Biology

Building Gram Positive and Gram Negative Cell Walls

Have you ever wondered what exactly makes bacteria divided into Gram groups? Do they have special barcodes or tiny identifiers at their surface? Let's find out together!

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Gene Expression Unit: Use sequencing to unveil a gene linked to obesity

Biology

Gene Expression Unit: Use sequencing to unveil a gene linked to obesity

Discover Next Generation Sequencing by analyzing the mRNA from pig tissues and identify a new gene linked to obesity. Confirm your results using qPCR to analyze the expression levels of your gene!

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Signal Transduction: How cells communicate

Biology

Signal Transduction: How cells communicate

Investigate the connection between blood vessel growth and cancer development, and use this knowledge to identify a promising treatment for breast cancer.

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Recrystallization: Dissolve your solid and precipitate your crystals

Chemistry

Recrystallization: Dissolve your solid and precipitate your crystals

Slip on your thermal resistant gloves, and let's get started! In this simulation, you’ll discover how to purify a solid by using the recrystallization technique.

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