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You can now use our wireless Go Direct sensors with the (DCU) to control small electronic devices (e.g., motors, LEDs, and lights). Last year, you......
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Flash photolysis spectroscopy is a type of time-resolved absorbance spectroscopy that helps students investigate chemical reaction order as well as the basics of photochemistry. This technique was so groundbreaking that the 1969 Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to the...

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Community cleanups, renewable energy, and public transportation benefits are just a few examples of our commitment to the environment. This year, Vernier ranked 8th on......
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By Janey Camp, Vanderbilt Engineering Faculty Member and Education Outreach Chair for the Nashville Branch ASCE On March 3, 2018, the Nashville Branch of the......
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This is the second year the National Science Education Leadership Association (NSELA) and Vernier Software & Technology have co-sponsored the Vernier Emerging Science Education Leader......
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By Gary Myers, Director of District Outreach When it comes to bringing data collection to the classroom, knowing where to start can be tricky. The......
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Graphical Analysis™ 4 app keeps getting better. New in the last several releases is support for photogates, which means you can now use your Vernier......
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Whether you are teaching general or upper-level college chemistry courses, our affordable sensors and instrumentation make it possible for every student to participate in hands-on......
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You don’t have to spend much time on education websites, blogs, or social media before you run into the term coding. Why is coding, or......
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John Wheeler, our CEO, first worked for Vernier as a consultant. For his first project he designed a photogate timing device, for which we paid......
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