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Our Newest CoolStuff - Cooler than Ever

Arbor Scientific is known for having the coolest tools for you to use in your classroom. Each year, we add a new set of tools that have been hand selected by educators just like you based on their ability to provide the most engaging and educational experiences for your students. This year we are rolling out one of the best new line ups ever and we can’t wait to hear what you think.


Cool Tools: 

g Ball
Want to help your students to really wrap their minds around how falling objects behave? Then the g Ball is exactly what you're looking for. It gives students a hands-on way to better understand the difficult concept of acceleration due to gravity.
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http://www.arborsci.com/g-ball

Economy Digital Strobe
Only $25, this digital strobe is ideal for “stopping” or “slowing down” movement for observation and measurement as well as for demonstrating and determining the frequency of standing waves. Strobe can be tuned from 1 to 255 Hz.
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http://www.arborsci.com/economy-digital-strobe

Giant Drinking Bird
Always a favorite for demonstrating the laws of thermodynamics, the drinking bird has evolved into a true work of art. Made entirely of hand-blown glass, you’ll be proud display it in your classroom, office, or home. 
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http://www.arborsci.com/giant-drinking-bird

Dual Red-Green Laser
Great for demonstrating wavelengths, refraction, and diffraction, this handy laser features parallel red and green beams that can be projected individually or together.
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http://www.arborsci.com/dual-red-green-laser

Inertial Balance
The Inertial Balance helps students grasp the difference between mass and weight by letting them determine the inertial mass of an object directly, without the complications caused by the effects of gravity.
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http://www.arborsci.com/inertial-balance 

Infinity Mirror
Spark your students’ interest in light and optics with an exciting demonstration of the law of reflection. Two parallel mirrors and a circle of small white LEDs produce what appears to be an endless number of lights.
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http://www.arborsci.com/infinity-mirror

Galileoscope Kit
The Galileoscope Kit is a low cost, high optical quality telescope developed by a team of leading astronomers, optical engineers and science educators. This kit is designed to let students learn how telescopes work and recreate Galileo’s historic observations. 
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http://www.arborsci.com/galileoscope-kit

Resonance Apparatus
This simple, yet effective demonstration gives students a deeper understanding of the concept of resonance, while showing them how to calculate the speed of sound using only a tuning fork and water.
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http://www.arborsci.com/resonance-apparatus

LED Array
Dramatically demonstrate the relationship between color and wavelength. Students view the 11 spectral color LEDs through a diffraction grating to observe and measure the spacing of each color interference pattern.
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http://www.arborsci.com/led-array