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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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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

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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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Next Generation Sequencing

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Next Generation Sequencing

Learn the different steps of sample preparation, sequencing, data collection and data analysis using next generation sequencing technique.

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Ionic and Covalent Bonds

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Ionic and Covalent Bonds

Join your friend on a quest to analyze two mysterious substances he got from an alchemist to cure his migraine and learn how atoms connect.

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Spectrophotometry: Learn the Beer-Lambert law with absorbance experiments

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Spectrophotometry: Learn the Beer-Lambert law with absorbance experiments

Build your own spectrophotometer to measure the absorbance of a reaction product on Mars!

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Ecosystem Dynamics: Assess the effect of fertilizers on the phosphorus cycle

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Ecosystem Dynamics: Assess the effect of fertilizers on the phosphorus cycle

Analyze the effects of fertilizers on the phosphorus cycle and help the residents in Astakos IV to increase their crop yield without compromising the environment.

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Principles of the Water Cycle

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Principles of the Water Cycle

Stop a house developer from breaking the water cycle! Dive into learning all about different hydrological stores and the processes which connect them.

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Cardiovascular Function During Exercise: Learn how your body reacts to exercise

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Cardiovascular Function During Exercise: Learn how your body reacts to exercise

Use medical tests to gather information about patients and determine how their cardiovascular systems respond to different exercise intensities.

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Building Animal Cells

Biology

Building Animal Cells

Help determine what a bear ate before it died by building the structure and choose the internal organelles of the four basic types of animal cells found inside the bear’s mouth.

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Organic Chemistry Introduction: Learn about organic compounds

Chemistry

Organic Chemistry Introduction: Learn about organic compounds

Learn about the structure, nomenclature and a few reactions of organic compounds, and use this knowledge to help out your virtual friend Simon with some strange medicine!

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Basic Chemistry Thermodynamics: Solve the challenge of storing renewable energy

Chemistry

Basic Chemistry Thermodynamics: Solve the challenge of storing renewable energy

Learn the core concepts of thermodynamics and apply the technique of bomb calorimetry to help solve the challenge of storing renewable energy.

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Applications of Buoyancy: floatation

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Applications of Buoyancy: floatation

Join Dr. One at the lake and learn what it takes to make an object float or sink. Find out how the density of a liquid does significantly impact the buoyancy of an object and how much of a floating object is submerged below the surface.

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Light Microscopy

Biology

Light Microscopy

Enter the virtual microscope room to see inside a tissue sample. Learn how a light microscope can magnify an image and answer biological questions.

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Uracil based excision cloning (USER): Cloning made simple

Biology

Uracil based excision cloning (USER): Cloning made simple

Join Marie in the molecular biology lab to apply your knowledge of the sophisticated cloning method, USER, in order to generate a beta-carotene cell factory.

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Tissue Engineering

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Tissue Engineering

Help out a desperate soccer player who has been badly injured. Will you able to help the sports physician in using the tissue engineering technique to restore damaged articular cartilage?

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Introduction to Qualitative Analysis of Elements

Chemistry

Introduction to Qualitative Analysis of Elements

Help Dr. One get the periodic table ready in time! By directly observing the elements’ characteristics and testing their flame color, your mission is to figure out where a number of fallen out elements belong in the periodic table.

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Collisions: Elastic and inelastic forces

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Collisions: Elastic and inelastic forces

Join Dr. One and Isaac Newton at the pool table to learn about momentum conservation and elastic and inelastic collisions.

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Human Impacts on the Water Cycle

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Human Impacts on the Water Cycle

A property developer wants to turn a forest into an urban area. Dive into the water cycle and model how human influences can impact different hydrological processes.

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Comparing Bacterial Structures

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Comparing Bacterial Structures

Explore the similarities and differences between bacterial and eukaryotic cell structures. Discover what structural features allow bacteria to survive in extreme environmental conditions.

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Microanatomy of a Neuron: Build your own neurons!

Biology

Microanatomy of a Neuron: Build your own neurons!

Step into Labster's anatomy and physiology lab to learn about the fundamental units of your nervous system; the neurons! Learn about the structure, classification, and special functions of neurons, as well as their mode of communication through synapses.

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Heating Curves and Phase Changes: Distil Ethanol

Chemistry

Heating Curves and Phase Changes: Distil Ethanol

Learn how to generate and interpret the heating curves of ethanol and water. Discover how to relate heating curve data to the recorded observations of the substance on heating and determine the physical properties from the generated curve.

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Stoichiometry: Gravimetric Analysis

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Stoichiometry: Gravimetric Analysis

Perform gravimetric analysis to identify an unknown chemical in Labster laboratory!

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Fractional Distillation: Separate a liquid mixture into its fractions

Chemistry

Fractional Distillation: Separate a liquid mixture into its fractions

Learn how to separate a mixture of liquids into its pure components through fractional distillation. Partner with our lab assistant Dr. One to learn how to use a fractionating column and set up a successful distillation!

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Infrared Spectroscopy

Chemistry

Infrared Spectroscopy

Dive into a virtual laboratory to discover the secrets of infrared spectroscopy. From the introduction of different vibrational modes to the interpretation of real-life spectra, mastering this technique will be child’s play.

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Timescales of Change: Natural climate change factors

General Science

Timescales of Change: Natural climate change factors

Join Dr. One in a spaceship and explore the drivers of natural climatic variations during the Earth’s past. Learn about the natural factors which can change the climate on Earth, and analyze the timescales and geographical extent of their effects.

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Earth's Atmosphere

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Earth's Atmosphere

Join Dr. One in a spaceship and delve into the Earth’s history. Learn about the major events which caused dramatic changes to the composition of the atmosphere, and explore the theories and evidence which surrounds them.

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Human Impact on Climate Change: Balance human emissions and a growing population

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Human Impact on Climate Change: Balance human emissions and a growing population

Use a climate model to investigate the effects of anthropogenic climate change on people and the environment. Why are scientists pushing to decrease global emissions? What will happen if we don’t? The fate of the world is in your hands!

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Phthalein-Dye Test for Phenols

Chemistry

Phthalein-Dye Test for Phenols

Discover the rainbow inside phenolphthalein and how to unlock its colors through changing the pH. Take a deep dive to the molecular level to learn why chemicals are the color they are and put this all to use in the phthalein-dye test for phenols.

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Kepler's laws: Explore the orbits of other worlds

Physics

Kepler's laws: Explore the orbits of other worlds

Travel through interstellar space and learn about Kepler's laws exploring an alien planetary system.

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Biuret’s Test for Proteins

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Biuret’s Test for Proteins

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

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Western Blot Transfer: Prepare for protein detection

Biology

Western Blot Transfer: Prepare for protein detection

Join Dr. One and two colleagues on their mission to cure cancer. They are using Western blot to compare the level of p53 protein in cancerous and healthy control cells. Can you help Dr. One with the tricky membrane transfer step?

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Cellular Respiration: Glycolysis

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Cellular Respiration: Glycolysis

Help the basketball players understand how the food they eat gets converted to energy by investigating glycolysis, the first stage of cellular respiration.

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Eutrophication

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Eutrophication

Utilize microscopy and spectroscopy techniques to solve a massive fish kill mystery. Investigate how dissolved nitrogen levels and an algal bloom are linked to the fish population.

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Thin Layer Chromatography: Separate a mixture and monitor a reaction's progress

Chemistry

Thin Layer Chromatography: Separate a mixture and monitor a reaction's progress

Discover the intermolecular interactions involved in Thin Layer Chromatography. Utilize this newfound knowledge to assemble, run, and analyze a TLC experiment to monitor the progress of a reaction.

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Principles of Molecular Resonance: Electrons like to travel

Chemistry

Principles of Molecular Resonance: Electrons like to travel

Learn the theory behind one of the key phenomena in organic chemistry known as molecular resonance. Observe how the electrons in a molecule can delocalize in the structure and relate molecular resonance to systems with conjugated double bonds.

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Purification and Separation of a Mixture: Test your analytical chemistry skills

Chemistry

Purification and Separation of a Mixture: Test your analytical chemistry skills

In this simulation, you will learn how to use a range of techniques to separate compounds from a mixture. Using their individual properties, develop and execute an experimental procedure to separate out each compound.

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Litmus Test for Carboxylic Acids

Chemistry

Litmus Test for Carboxylic Acids

Perform the litmus test on six organic compounds found in nature. Interpret the results to identify which organic compounds are carboxylic acids.

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Introduction to Groups of the Periodic Table

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Introduction to Groups of the Periodic Table

Help Dr. One get the periodic table ready in time! By directly observing the elements’ characteristics, and investigating trends in atomic properties, your mission is to figure out where a number of fallen out elements belong.

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Introduction to the Female Reproductive System

Biology

Introduction to the Female Reproductive System

Enter Labster's Anatomy and Physiology lab to explore female gross anatomy and learn about the structure, function, and physiology of the female reproductive system.

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Newton's Laws of Motion: Understand active and passive safety in motorsports

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Newton's Laws of Motion: Understand active and passive safety in motorsports

Join a team of motorsport engineers and learn the basics of Newton’s laws of motion. Understand the basic principles of passive and active safety while driving a high-class race car.

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Carbohydrates: The sugars that feed us

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Carbohydrates: The sugars that feed us

The Carbohydrates Lab explores how carbohydrates are broken down by the digestive system and taken up into the bloodstream.

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Titration: Neutralize an acid lake contamination

Chemistry

Titration: Neutralize an acid lake contamination

Finding the concentration of an acid can be tedious and boring. Join a science expert to learn how to drop the base in style!

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Gross Function of the Nervous System: Let your brain learn about itself

Biology

Gross Function of the Nervous System: Let your brain learn about itself

Enter Labster's Anatomy and Physiology lab to explore the structures and functions of the central and peripheral nervous systems. Learn about the nervous system’s fundamental cells and neurons and how they communicate with each other through synapses.

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Stoichiometry: Avogadro’s number and molecular calculations

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Stoichiometry: Avogadro’s number and molecular calculations

Define and calculate key molecular parameters based on Avogadro’s Law and learn about the relationship between mass, molecular weight, and numbers of atoms or molecules!

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Immunology: Immunoassay for detecting SARS-CoV-2 antibodies

Biology

Immunology: Immunoassay for detecting SARS-CoV-2 antibodies

Investigating antibody production patterns in populations helps us understand how diseases like COVID-19 spread. Conduct immunoassays to detect blood serum IgG and IgM to discover the vaccination and infection status of a community exposed to SARS-CoV-2.

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Fehling's Test: Which food samples contain reducing sugars?

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Fehling's Test: Which food samples contain reducing sugars?

Learn how to perform Fehling’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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Microscopy

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Microscopy

Analyze the microscopic structure of the small intestine and learn the advantages and limitations of light, fluorescence and electron microscopy.

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Introduction to Echocardiography: Use different projections to diagnose patients

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Introduction to Echocardiography: Use different projections to diagnose patients

Practice obtaining different ultrasound views of the heart anatomy and use different Doppler ultrasound imaging techniques on a giant virtual heart. Apply your new skills to diagnose a patient.

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Fluorescence Microscopy

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Fluorescence Microscopy

Enter the virtual microscope room to see inside a tissue sample. Learn how a fluorescence microscope can create a high contrast image and answer biological questions.

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Benedict’s Test for Simple Carbohydrates

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Benedict’s Test for Simple Carbohydrates

Have you ever wondered what a simple sugar is? Discover the structure of simple carbohydrates and how you can test for the presence of simple sugars in food samples.

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Spatial Ecology: Learn how the environment can influence the distribution of species

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Spatial Ecology: Learn how the environment can influence the distribution of species

Help the scientists on the exoplanet Astakos IV to choose the location of the new research center by finding out where it will have the least impact on the ecological diversity of the area.

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Cellular Respiration: The Krebs Cycle

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Cellular Respiration: The Krebs Cycle

Help a basketball team learn about what happens in the second stage of cellular respiration, the Krebs cycle, to help them improve their longevity in the game!

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Photosynthesis: Electron transport chain

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Photosynthesis: Electron transport chain

Discover the process of photosynthesis by jumping inside a plant cell. Observe the electron transport chain in action. How is light converted to chemical energy?

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Properties of Water

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Properties of Water

Water is essential for life, but how much do you know about how it works? In this simulation, you will build a water molecule, and figure out why it behaves the way it does. Are you ready to make a splash?

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Regeneration Biology

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Regeneration Biology

Check out how some vertebrates are able to regrow entire limbs and explore the cellular mechanisms behind tissue regeneration in cute axolotls using microscopy and fluorescent proteins.

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Sudan IV Test for Lipids

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Sudan IV Test for Lipids

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

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Flow Injection Analysis

Chemistry

Flow Injection Analysis

Let’s awaken your curiosity for the chemistry of caffeine. Learn how Flow Injection Analysis (FIA) helps scientists measure the concentration of caffeine in your drinks.

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Electromagnetic Spectrum (Principles): Uses and dangers of electromagnetic waves

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Electromagnetic Spectrum (Principles): Uses and dangers of electromagnetic waves

Discover what types of radiation make up the electromagnetic spectrum and the uses and dangers of each type.

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ELISA

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ELISA

Help a scientist detect and quantify proteins by using one of the most popular techniques in molecular biology.

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Diabetes

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Diabetes

Learn the basics of Type II diabetes.

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Periodic Table (Principles): Get the table organized in time

Chemistry

Periodic Table (Principles): Get the table organized in time

Help Dr. One get the periodic table ready in time! By directly observing the elements’ characteristics, testing their flame color, and investigating trends in atomic properties, your mission is to figure out where a number of fallen out elements belong.

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Springs and Masses (Principles): Learn how to detect and record earthquakes

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Springs and Masses (Principles): 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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Atomic Structure (Principles): Atoms and isotopes

Chemistry

Atomic Structure (Principles): Atoms and isotopes

Learn about the atomic structure of the elements and investigate the properties of element samples from an exoplanet to assess whether life on it is a possibility. Find out what differentiates ions and isotopes of an element.

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Cell Division (Principles): Mitosis and Meiosis

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Cell Division (Principles): Mitosis and Meiosis

Join a cell biology research group to find out how a poisonous compound from a yew tree can be used in cancer therapy. You will be immersed in an animation of a human cell and use light and fluorescence microscopy to study cell division.

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Chemistry Safety

Chemistry

Chemistry Safety

Go on a mission to produce sustainable biodiesel and learn how to safely work with dangerous chemicals without any risk of getting hurt.

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Synthetic Polymers: Discover their impact on everyday life

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Synthetic Polymers: Discover their impact on everyday life

Learn how monomers assemble to form synthetic polymers with different chemical and physical structures. Use the property of synthetic polymers to connect them with everyday applications and discover how they impact our environment.

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Aromatic Compound Nomenclature: Naming benzene’s derivatives

Chemistry

Aromatic Compound Nomenclature: Naming benzene’s derivatives

Join Dr.One in our chemistry lab to learn how to recognize aromaticity, master IUPAC and non-systematic nomenclature, and classify compounds as aromatic or non-aromatic. Do you have what it takes to become champion of the chemistry Olympics?

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Separating Mixtures: Using distillation to concentrate ethanol

Chemistry

Separating Mixtures: Using distillation to concentrate 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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Conservation of Energy (Principles): Unleash the roller coaster's potential

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Conservation of Energy (Principles): Unleash the roller coaster's potential

What does it take to make a roller coaster reach 100 km/h? Join the Labster's roller coaster engineering team and use the conservation of energy to design our most exciting ride yet!

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Atmospheric Circulation, Climate, and Biomes: Determine the lab’s location!

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Atmospheric Circulation, Climate, and Biomes: Determine the lab’s location!

Discover the patterns of atmospheric circulation and the role it plays in influencing local climates and biomes around the world. Then use this knowledge to determine the biome and latitude of the lab!

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Skeletal Muscle Movement: Build your own muscle system

Biology

Skeletal Muscle Movement: Build your own muscle system

Lead the discovery of the skeletal muscle system to help a company build a new personal training app. Investigate muscles’ movement and functional groups to create a better and more tailored training experience!

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Introduction to the Male Reproductive System: Dive inside the duct system!

Biology

Introduction to the Male Reproductive System: Dive inside the duct system!

Explore and label an interactive detailed 3D model of the male reproductive system. Dive even deeper by traveling inside the male reproductive tract, learning about the locations of the ducts and functions of the glands along the way.

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Physical and Chemical Changes: Escape the hostile planet!

Chemistry

Physical and Chemical Changes: Escape the hostile planet!

Learn about physical and chemical changes in science by trying to help a scientist escape a dangerous planet.

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Body Planes and Sections: Locate a chimpanzee’s injuries

Biology

Body Planes and Sections: Locate a chimpanzee’s injuries

In this virtual lab you will help release an injured chimpanzee back into the wild by using your newfound knowledge of body planes and sections.

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Elements and Compounds: Get the oxygen back online!

Chemistry

Elements and Compounds: Get the oxygen back online!

Learn the definitions of elements and compounds and use your new knowledge to get oxygen production back online in a malfunctioning spaceship … before it's too late!

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Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution: Mechanisms and resonances

Chemistry

Electrophilic Aromatic Substitution: Mechanisms and resonances

Step into the virtual classroom to learn the secrets behind the electrophilic aromatic substitution. Explore the mechanism of this reaction, the effects of activating and deactivating groups, and the stability of the different resonance structures. Can you help create the perfect perfume?

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The Gravitational Field: The aliens are coming

Physics

The Gravitational Field: The aliens are coming

Help the alien Pondus study gravitational acceleration on Earth and find out how Earth’s mass and the distance from where we measure it affects the strength of Earth’s gravitational field.

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Drivers of Plate Tectonics: Replicate Earth’s convection currents

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Drivers of Plate Tectonics: Replicate Earth’s convection currents

Tectonic plates travel two to three centimeters each year, but why? And how? Create convection currents in different materials to understand what causes plate movement and why it is so slow.

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The Photoelectric Effect: How Solar Panels Generate Renewable Energy

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The Photoelectric Effect: How Solar Panels Generate Renewable Energy

Explore the photoelectric effect with Albert Einstein! Perform an experiment to test the wave model and discover that light is actually made up of photons. Use this knowledge to set up an efficient solar farm to power the time machine and send him home.

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Cellular Respiration: The Electron Transport Chain

Biology

Cellular Respiration: The Electron Transport Chain

Take dive inside a mitochondrion to learn all about the electron transport chain (ETC) and pass on your findings to the basketball team so they can learn too!

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Mixtures: Homogeneous or heterogeneous?

Chemistry

Mixtures: Homogeneous or heterogeneous?

Find different mixtures on an alien planet and use your knowledge of mixtures and compounds to determine if they are safe to drink. Can you survive long enough to escape the planet?

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Identification of an Organic Compound by Spectroscopy: How fast can you escape?

Chemistry

Identification of an Organic Compound by Spectroscopy: How fast can you escape?

Take on the challenge of analyzing the spectra of four key analytical techniques — Mass Spectrometry, Infrared spectroscopy, Proton NMR and Carbon-NMR — to identify the structure of an unknown organic compound.

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Physical and Chemical Properties: Escape the lab!

Chemistry

Physical and Chemical Properties: Escape the lab!

Start your chemistry journey! Discover and classify physical and chemical properties in order to escape the desolate environment you’ve been stranded on. Find out what metals are acid proof before you find out if you are!

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Cellular Respiration: Respirometry

Biology

Cellular Respiration: Respirometry

Observe how we can monitor and better understand respiration by a method known as Respirometry. Learn the effects of exercise of respiration by observing glucose levels and oxygen consumption through a model organism: a mouse.

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Animal Genetics

Biology

Animal Genetics

Learn about the Mendelian inheritance of double muscling in cattle. Find the responsible gene using linkage analysis and learn how mutation in this gene alters gene expression resulting in double muscled cattle.

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Aseptic Technique: Culture your sample without contamination

Biology

Aseptic Technique: Culture your sample without contamination

Help a microbiologist prepare a pure culture that can be used to identify a microbe causing an infection! Use good aseptic technique to avoid contamination of the sample, ensure your own safety, and avoid surprise fires in the lab.

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Atomic Structure: Assess the possibility of life on other planets

Chemistry

Atomic Structure: Assess the possibility of life on other planets

Learn about the atomic structure of the elements and investigate the properties of element samples from an exoplanet to assess whether life on it is a possibility. Find out what differentiates an atom from an ion and define the isotopes of an element.

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Azo Dye Test: Identify primary aromatic amines

Chemistry

Azo Dye Test: Identify primary aromatic amines

Our lab recently relocated and some chemical labels were damaged during the move. Help us to reorganize our box of amines by performing the azo dye test. Use your results to determine if the unknown amine is a primary aromatic amine or not.

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Bacterial Cell Structures: An introduction to the bacterial cell

Biology

Bacterial Cell Structures: An introduction to the bacterial cell

Visit a research station in Antarctica and help the researcher Nicolas explore bacteria in melting water. Uncover the features that are necessary for bacterial survival and compare these to other bacteria living elsewhere.

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Behavioral Thermoregulation: Help keep a gecksi alive!

Biology

Behavioral Thermoregulation: Help keep a gecksi alive!

Life is hard when you need to constantly work to maintain your body temperature and keep your energy levels in check. Think like a gecksi, make wise choices and try to keep the gecksi alive in three challenging environments!

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Biomes: Identify and create the main biomes on Earth

Biology

Biomes: Identify and create the main biomes on Earth

Learn about the main biomes on Earth and where they are located with our new Biome Generator. You will be able to adjust different parameters to build your own biome and observe the result of your changes instantly!

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Biosafety

Biology

Biosafety

Introduction to containment level 3 (Biosafety level 3, BSL3) research laboratory, a hypothetical approach to identifying a potential bioterrorism agent that is classed as a hazard group three microorganism.

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Carbon NMR: What is the mystery compound?

Chemistry

Carbon NMR: What is the mystery compound?

Help Yummy Food Inc survive the shut down of their food factory! Learn about the principles of the analytical technique carbon-13 NMR and interpret the spectrum of the mysterious unlabelled compound they have used in their food and drink.

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Cell Membrane and Transport: Learn how transporters keep cells healthy

Biology

Cell Membrane and Transport: Learn how transporters keep cells healthy

Discover the structure and function of cell membranes by launching cargo molecules at a virtual cell. Apply your learning back in the lab to improve the health of synthetic cells that the lead researcher wants to use to produce insulin.

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Cell Membrane and Transport: Modifying the cell membrane

Biology

Cell Membrane and Transport: Modifying the cell membrane

Discover the structure and function of cell membranes using the fluid mosaic model. Apply your learning to improve the health of synthetic cells that the lead researcher wants to use to produce insulin.

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Cell Structure: Cell theory and internal organelles

Biology

Cell Structure: Cell theory and internal organelles

Explore a forest to discover the cellular structures of various organisms to help determine what a bear ate before it died. Build the structure and choose the internal organelles of the four basic types of animal cells

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Cellular Respiration (Principles): Measure energy consumption during exercise

Biology

Cellular Respiration (Principles): Measure energy consumption during exercise

Help local basketball players understand how the food they eat gets converted to energy through cellular respiration. Use a mouse model to find out what effect exercise intensity has on oxygen and glucose consumption.

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Cellular Respiration: Measuring energy consumption during exercise

Biology

Cellular Respiration: Measuring energy consumption during exercise

Help basketball players understand how the food they eat gets converted to energy through glycolysis, the Krebs cycle and the electron transport chain. Use a mouse model to experiment on the effect of exercise intensity on oxygen and glucose consumption.

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Chemistry Safety: Dispose of chemical waste

Chemistry

Chemistry Safety: Dispose of chemical waste

Join the lab assistant Marie in clearing up the fume hood after some students left a mess in the lab. Learn how to use your knowledge of the chemicals required for an experiment and apply it to safely dispose of the chemical waste.

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