These mysterious glass eggs exhibits a magical iridescence! The color of the egg will shift depending on the strength, wavelength, and direction of thge light to which it is exposed. It is thus an excellent teaching tool for demonstrating dispersion of light, and for addressing concepts such as "why is the sky blue?" and "why are sunsets red?" Can also be used as unique decor at the office, or for use in lighted fountains.
This illuminated orbiter is great for demonstrations in the astronomy classroom!
This microscope is so versatile you can even take it with you on a job site!
Use this kit to introduce electromagnetic principles in the classroom setting!
The LCD Digital Microscope II is a professional biological microscope at an affordable price. Up to 1600X with digital zoom!
Build a tumbling robot that gets up right after it has fallen down, without any outside help!
With 23 hands-on experiments, you can investigate specific weather phenomena as well as the climate system in general.