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Science for Everyone PocketLab Experiment

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Middle School Science

Exploration A simple pendulum consists of a mass, m, hanging from a string of length, L, and fixed at a pivot point, P. When displaced from equilibrium and to…
Exploration In the Magnetic Minesweeper Lab, you will recreate the classic computer game Minesweeper in real life! Using PocketLab’s magnetometer, you will…
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…

High School Physics

In this lesson we develop a laboratory experiment in which students quantitatively verify a major theoretical equation for the Doppler Effect when the wave…
This lesson can be used to provide a demonstration of forced oscillations and resonance in a small model structure.  This lesson is possible by teaming Vernier…
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…

News

PocketLab user Martin Isaksson used his PocketLab to measure the magnetic field generated by the motor of a washing machine. Check out his results below.…
Who knew you could use a science lab like PocketLab to learn geography? Well, we have certainly been getting a major geography lesson from our customers. We…
Check out how the NFL has been using RFID sensors to monitor every player’s movement in every NFL game this season. Two location beacons, made by Zebra…