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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

What is PocketLab Air? PocketLab Air is an all-in-one science lab for investigating climate change and air pollution in your environment. With PocketLab Air…
Lissajous Introduction Lissajous patterns have fascinated physics students for decades.  They are commonly observed on oscilloscopes by applying simple…
Introduction to this Lab This is a quick and fun lab for makers!  In this lab, a pair of PocketLabs and Phyphox software are used to make a tracer.  As shown…

Middle School Science

Exploration We have previously learned that velocity is an object’s rate of change in displacement. Velocity is often measured as meters/second. Angular…
Exploration  Explore air pressure and how it works. In a sealed syringe, as the plunger moves back and forth, the volume of air in the syringe changes. With a…
Exploration When it is cold outside, it is often thought that fans aren’t needed. However, it may be that a fan can bring warm air near the ceiling down to…

High School Physics

This lesson combines LEGO®’s capability for building powered machines having gears with PocketLab Voyager’s ability to make detailed measurements of the…
Students study the Atwood machine to verify Newton’s Second Law of Motion.  In this machine, two hanging masses are tied to the end of a string that loops…
A novel activity that demonstrates one of the effects of a microgravity environment. In this exercise, the structure of a flame is filmed while simultaneously…

News

Took PocketLab to Great America in San Jose for some rollercoaster data collecting. The Acceleration and Altitude data are for the roller coaster shown in the…
How are you using PocketLab to explore the world around you? Share your PocketLab Story today! 1) Email thepocketlab(at)gmail.com a quick description of how…
The PocketLab office buzzing with excitement. Boxes are stacked to the ceiling with our new PocketLab Voyager and Weather parts, probes and accessories, and…