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Science for Everyone PocketLab Experiment

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Find lessons, activities, and programming applications suitable for everyone from 4th grade Earth Science students to college-level engineering students.

 

Featured Activities

Middle School Science

Exploration Can you throw a baseball without touching it? No, your hand needs to push the baseball forward as your throw it. Objects often interact like this…
Exploration Until the late 1800’s, electricity and magnetism were regarded as separate forces. A number of scientists, including Michael Faraday and James…
Exploration When an object is in free fall, the only force acting on the object is gravity. In general terms, an object moving upward is not considered “…

High School Physics

PocketLab Voyager is perfect for performing an experiment on torsional harmonic oscillation.  Voyager is taped to a mass hanging from a spring.  The mass is…
This lesson deals with what are commonly referred to as coupled pendulums, in which energy is transferred back-and-forth between the pendulums via the coupling…
It is quite well known that when two frequencies of sound are close together, beats are produced and heard.  Demonstrations of this phenomenon are common in…

News

Fulfillment update After hours of USPS box folding, tiny-screw tightening, and quality assurance testing, we are happy to announce that our manufacturing and…
We recently just finished an early preview of The PocketLab for theTech In Motion Product Design Demo at the Art Institute of California in Sunnyvale. Thanks…
  Here is a video introducing Scratch and PocketLab integration. It will give you an overview of how everything works together. The Getting Started Guide…