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Going Wild with Go Wireless Temp

While the merits of digital temperature probes are well known and the benefits of wireless peripherals have pushed the collaboration and creativity in the science classroom, the Go Wireless Temp has added a new dimension with its light weight, free app, and 30 meter range.

Source: NSTA Blog

Vernier/NSTA Technology Award 2014 Winners

Co-sponsored by Vernier and NSTA, The Vernier/NSTA Technology Awards recognized educators for their innovative use of data–collection technology. Christine and David Vernier presented each of this year’s winners with their awards at the NSTA conference in Boston. Each winner received $1,000 in cash, $3,000 in Vernier technology, and $1,500 toward expenses to attend the conference.

Read brief synopses of the 2014 award-winning entries »

Go Wireless Temp Is Shipping!

Go Wireless® Temp

The Vernier Go Wireless Temp is a rugged, general-purpose, wireless temperature sensor you can use to remotely monitor temperature. Great for use with iPad and now shipping!

Go Wireless Temp »

Vernier Receives 14th “100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon” Award

100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon 2014 Award

Oregon Business Magazine named Vernier Software & Technology one of the “100 Best Companies to Work For in Oregon.” This is our 14th year on the list, which is compiled by Oregon Business magazine.

The award is based on our comprehensive set of benefits, including health and wellness benefits, family-friendly policies, generous retirement plan, and a fun corporate culture.

This year, the editors of Oregon Business mentioned our Employee Appreciation Week:

During employee appreciation week, the owners of this maker of school science, engineering and math tools prepare breakfast for all, hand out prizes, roll in food carts and screen movies, among numerous festivities.

2014 Vernier Engineering Contest Winners

Vernier Software & Technology is committed to helping educators develop the next generation of engineers and scientists. To show our support, Vernier recognized three instructors with the Vernier Engineering Award for creative uses of Vernier sensors to introduce engineering concepts or engineering practices.

This year’s winners include a biomechanics course, rocket testing, electric shock drowning.

See all the winning entries »

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