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  • Learn how environmental scientists study pollution by testing air and water samples from your local area! This kit includes nine different tests to determine the air and water quality of samples you collect from your community. Investigate your water quality by testing for dissolved oxygen levels,…

  • Understand the importance of proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids in living organisms. Students will learn to identify a positive test result for proteins using biuret reagent, examine the reaction between Benedict’s reagent and a simple sugar, use iodine/potassium iodide to test for the presence of…

  • Kit Coliform Test Kit/25 Tests

    Innovating Science

    Coliforms are a broad group bacteria mostly found in the intestines of warm blooded animals. While these organisms are not typically associated with serious illness themselves, they are often used as indicator organisms. The presence of coliforms may indicate a possible presence of other pathogenic…

  • Kit Ap Biology #12 Fruit Fly

    Innovating Science

    Students will study whether fruit flies will move toward or away from important chemicals and food that aid in their survival. Using the Innovating Science choice behavior chamber, behaviors of the fruit-flies are observed and any pattern can be identified. Students will formulate their own…

  • Students will conduct a series of acid-base titrations and determine the concentrations of two unknowns. They will create a procedure to collect quantitative titration data using a buret and pH meter. Using titration data that they collected, they will determine the concentration of each unknown.…

  • Students will investigate Le Chatelier’s principle and why it works. They will also investigate this principle by testing several systems at equilibrium and then selecting specific ones to produce the colors of the rainbow based on specific applications of Le Chatelier’s principle. Students will…

  • Living organisms require enzymes to regulate chemical reactions necessary to maintain life. The activities in this kit are designed to introduce students to the concepts of enzymes. Students perform a series of four experiments involving invertase, amylase and papain, demonstrating different enzyme…

  • Kit Microscope Slide Making

    Innovating Science

    Students can grow their own bacteria with this hands-on, easy-to-use kit. They will be able to swab various surfaces around the classroom such as door handles and sinks to inoculate agar plates. Students will also investigate the levels and importance of bacteria in everyday situations. Kit…

  • The idea of the reversibility of chemical reactions was first stated by C. Berthollet in 1799. He noted deposits of sodium carbonate in certain salt lakes in Egypt and concluded that they were produced by the high concentration of sodium chloride and dissolved calcium carbonate. This is the reverse…

  • Two solutions are poured together in a beaker and form a gel. The gel can be ignited with a match. Commercially this gel is sold as Sterno®. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)* Disciplinary Core Ideas: PS1.A; PS1.B Performance Expectations: MS-PS1-2; HS-PS1-2 Cross Cutting…

  • Students will investigate the suitability of gravimetric analysis for determining the amount of water hardness in the form of calcium carbonate found in various water samples. The activity contains enough materials for 15 groups of students as well as a Teacher’s Guide and Student Study Guide…

  • Often times, during a criminal investigation, police and crime scene investigators must use all available tools and pieces of evidence to work backwards and create the most likely scenario as to what might have occurred. Different types of evidence provide different pieces to the puzzle. Learn…

  • Learn the role of the kidney in blood filtration and waste removal along with the many functional tasks performed by nephrons, as well as nephron structure. Students will create an artificial kidney model to filter simulated blood. This will allow them to visually determine if filtration of the…

  • The enterobacter aerogenes culture is freeze dried into a lyophilized pellet packaged in a sterile plastic vial. The culture includes one tube of rehydrating broth and one tube agar slant, sterile swab and instructions. DOT: Not-regulated

  • Allow students to learn about polymers and cross-linking using this fun and colorful activity. Students add a solution of sodium alginate to three calcium chloride solutions, each containing a different fluorescent dye. After a few minutes the liquid sodium alginate solution forms into gel-like…

  • Makes: 1.0M 1Liter Solution 0.8M 1Liter Solution 0.6M 1Liter Solution 0.4M 1Liter Solution 0.2M 1Liter Solution Add sucrose to distilled water and Q.S. to 1 Liter Kit Includes: 342g Sucrose Granular Sugar 273.3g Sucrose Granular Sugar 205g Sucrose Granular Sugar 136.8g Sucrose Granular Sugar…

  • Students will learn the nature and specificity of enzyme-catalyzed reactions. Students will then use an extract of turnips to examine the reaction between hydrogen peroxide and the enzyme peroxidase while testing one or more factors that influence the rate of enzyme reactions.In this lab students…

  • This kit has been designed to allow the analyst to perform a very simple titration to determine the dissolved oxygen concentration in their freshwater sample. The titration uses an easily identifiable color transition to indicate the end of the analysis. The kit contains everything an analyst would…

  • The activity in this kit is designed to introduce students to the concepts of ionic reactions. Students will test a series of microscale chemical combinations watching for reactions. The contents of this kit have been optimized to minimize risks of cross contamination, teacher preparation and waste…

  • Kit Healthy Plants

    Innovating Science

    Designed for older elementary students to help them examine and understand the needs of plants for growth and survival. For the sake of time, the class can be split in thirds, with some students conducting a light/dark experiment, some studying plant nutritional needs, and some studying effects of…

  • This kit is designed for an analyst to perform a simple colorimetric test to determine the nitrite and nitrate concentrations of freshwater samples. The reaction yields an easily identifiable color transition that can be compared with the colors on the color chart determining the concentrations.…

  • Students will genetically engineer bacteria through transformation with a plasmid that confers antibiotic resistance. They will then examine the number of resistant bacteria to determine the efficiency of the transformation procedure. Teachers manual and Student Study Guide copymasters are…

  • Show an example of polymer chemistry. Make your own nylon which is a synthetic compound of high molecular weight that consists of up to millions of repeated chemical units that are linked together. This polymer is referred to as Nylon 6-10. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS)* …

  • Bacteria, good and bad, is all around us. In this activity students will collect and grow bacteria and then learn techniques for studying the bacteria they have grown. They will perform a simple staining technique on bacterial cells to study the morphology. They will also perform a differential…

  • Kit Forensic Toxicology

    Innovating Science

    Your class will utilize different lab techniques to determine the presence of alcohol, illicit drugs and pain medications present in the simulated urine samples of suspected criminals. The various tests include the Marquis Test for Morphine, Simon’s test for MDMA, THC Immunoassay, Cocaine…

  • The enterobacter aerogenes culture is freeze dried into a lyophilized pellet packaged in a sterile plastic vial. DOT: Not-regulated

  • Students will develop a knowledge of the processes performed at a water treatment plant and understand the reasons for each process. They will perform, on a small-scale, several of the procedures that occur in a water treatment plant on “polluted” water. They will examine the changes in the water…

  • Take your students on an investigation to determine some of the basic rules of solubility. This experiment challenges students to identify patterns within the experiment and then apply that knowledge in a practical exercise. With this new twist to an old experiment, learners are exposed to a new…

  • All the food in the world is of no use if the human body does not have the ability to extract necessary nutrients from it. With this activity, students will be able to expose three nutrients (carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids) to different digestive enzymes. These samples will be compared to…

  • In this lab, the student learns the difference between forensic chemistry and forensic toxicology. They gain knowledge in understanding how over-the-counter drugs, controlled drugs, and illegal drugs may act as toxins. Students will have the opportunity to perform presumptive chemical tests on…

  • TLC is a technique of separation chemistry, which provides a simple, rapid method of separating small amounts of compounds. A mixture of three dyes is prepared and then separated on a thin layer of the absorbent silica gel with the appropriate solvent. Aligned to the Next Generation Science…

  • A major challenge for any scientist is identifying what and how much of something is in a solution. One of the most common measurement techniques used is titration. The activities in this kit will focus on how acid-base titrations work and how to identify the concentration of an unknown acid. Kit…

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