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Help Student Reach the Ultimate Form Of Scientific InquiryThe ultimate form of scientific inquiry occurs when students can develop their own questions and then design the data collection experiments to find the answers. Read how this group of young science students did just that.
Behind the Scenes with Light & Color: 10 Great DemosDid you know the yellow you see on your smart phone doesn't actually contain the color yellow? It's true! Watch this revealing video to see this - AND 9 more great demos that show there's more to studying light and color than meets the eye.
Measuring the Acceleration with the g BallGalileo claimed that all objects fall toward Earth with the same acceleration. Modern measurements indicate that this acceleration is about 9.8m/s2. Using the G-Ball by Arbor Scientific, you can measure this value and compare the acceleration of other objects with different masses and in different states of motion.
The Blue-Violet Laser
The wavelength you've been missing!
Take a look at the new blue-violet Laser, which produces wavelengths at 405 nm. Sure, it is a different color and that is always cool, but why use this over any other Laser?