Our affordable Fluorescence/UV-VIS Spectrophotometer, designed specifically for upper-level college chemistry courses, allows students to easily and accurately conduct quinine sulfate, DAPI, GFP, and tryptophan fluorescence experiments.
With the Science Journal, your students can organize their ideas into projects, make predictions, take notes, collect data in multiple trials, and then annotate results. Simply connect one of over 48 compatible sensors with the Go Wireless® Link or connect Go Wireless Heart Rate to begin wirelessly streaming data to your Android™ device.
Wired or wireless—you have the flexibility to choose. Our Go Direct sensors connect directly to Chromebooks, mobile devices, or computers. With both USB and wireless connectivity, you have the freedom to connect to a wide variety of platforms. That’s boundless versatility, simplicity, and opportunity for exploration.
Pioneering new technology to collect, analyze, and interpret data is central to our mission to inspire scientific curiosity in students around the world.
Go Direct is perfect for educators who
Are new to probeware
Plan to equip a new science laboratory
Need an affordable solution that includes free software and all-in-one sensors
Are using computers, Chromebooks, and mobile devices for data collection
Teach chemistry, middle school science, or physical science—hundreds of ready-to-use experiments
Go Direct sensors are backed by Stellar Service from Vernier, which means that you will have award-winning technical support, 24/7 access to our online technical information library and videos, hands-on workshops, webinar training, and a community that provides best practices and innovative uses of probeware.
The Vernier LabQuest Stream™ is now shipping. This brand new wireless and USB sensor interface expands data-collection possibilities in science and STEM classrooms by allowing students to collect scientific data from multiple sensors with a mobile device, Chromebook™, or computer.
“Today it’s even easier for students to experiment and gather scientific data in real time by using Vernier’s newest equipment, like Vernier’s LabQuest Stream sensor interface. With it, teachers can purchase and plug in the right sensors for whatever type of student lab they’ve designed and assigned.”
LabQuest Stream’s five sensor ports are compatible with a wide array of Vernier sensors for conducting multi-variable experiments and data-logging activities. Students can use LabQuest Stream with Vernier Graphical Analysis™ apps, Logger Pro, and Logger Lite software to collect and analyze data.