Vernier technology is used in more than 135 countries in biology, biotechnology, chemistry, Earth science, environmental science, physical science, physics, and water quality courses. From elementary schools to graduate studies, you can rely on Vernier technology for hands-on learning when science is the key focus of your STEM program.
Using Vernier technology, students:
- Ask questions and define problems to investigate
- Plan and carry out investigations
- Decide what data to gather and how much data are needed to produce reliable results
- Analyze and interpret data