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  • 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…

  • Discover the wonders of crystalline growth and properties. In this fun and exciting exercise students will use different solutions to create a range of fun and exciting microcrystalline forms. Then use a microscope or magnifier to study the crystals. Aligned to the Next Generation Science…

  • Engineers play an integral role in the process of finding a “perfect” material or ratio of materials to maximize the desired properties and decrease the amount of negative effects of other properties. For example, when developing the perfect material for use in contacts, an engineer will have to…

  • Kit Abo Blood Typing Lab

    Innovating Science

    The first blood typing system discovered, the ABO system, is the most important and widely used. In this activity, students will determine the ABO blood type of four unknown samples. Utilizing Innovating Science’s new simulated blood, students will come to understand the nature and importance of…

  • Be prepared for spills in your lab. This kit contains enough material to clean up a liter of four different kinds of chemicals in your lab. Complete with instruction sheets and SDS. Kit Includes: 1100g Diatomaceous Earth (Flammable Absorbent Material) 1.0kg Acid Spill Cleanup Kit (Acid…

  • Kit Thin Layer Chromatography

    Innovating Science

    Commercial food colors may contain more than meets the eye. Students will perform thin layer chromatography, a highly effective separation procedure, on four different food colors to determine if there may be more in each color than visual appearance would lead them to believe. Each group will…

  • Kit Gram'S Stain

    Innovating Science

    The Gram stain is one of the most important differential staining techniques used by microbiologists to determine if bacteria are Gram-positive or Gram-negative. Kit Includes: 4 x 25mL Ethyl Alcohol, Denatured, 95% 1 x 30mL Crystal Violet Ammonium Oxalate 1 x 30mL Safranin O, 1% Aqueous Solution 1…

  • 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 problem of acid rain is quite often associated with its effects on aquatic systems. Unfortunately, acid rain can also have devastating effects on terrestrial environments as well. In this activity, students will examine the detrimental effects of acidic conditions on plants. Plants will be…

  • Explain and view chemiluminescence. Observe how luminol is converted to an excited state in the presence of an oxidizer such as hydrogen peroxide. As the excited state molecule decays or returns to the ground state, energy is produced as light. Aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards…

  • The voltaic cell is an electrochemical cell that produces electrical energy through a chemical reaction, specifically an oxidation-reduction reaction. In this activity, students will set up electrochemical cells, with each group using a different combination of materials for the anode and the…

  • This stain kit is perfect for general slide staining and provides 1% alcohol solution of the following stains: Bismarck Brown, Brilliant Cresyl Blue, Cupric Sulfate, Janus Green, Methylene Blue, Neutral Red. Perfect to use on living cells without damaging or injuring the cells. Kit Includes: 30mL…

  • 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…

  • Crude oil is a complex mixture of many useful hydrocarbons such as gasoline, kerosene, butane, and motor oil. In order to be of use, these hydrocarbons must first be separated from each other. In this activity, students will complete a fractional distillation experiment to simulate the…

  • Lab Pillows Pk/18 4" X 14" X 1"

    Innovating Science

    Each 4? x 14? x 1? lab pillow absorbs 0.22 gal(750 ml) of solvent. Not to be used on hydrofluoric acid. 18 Lab Pillows DOT Info: Non-regulated

  • 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…

  • Determine ABO/Rh blood type of real human blood in under five minutes. A small amount of blood is applied to a series of wells containing lyophilized blood typing antibodies, followed by the addition of a wash buffer that flows across each well. Red blood cells that agglutinate in the presence of…

  • Kit Abo/Rh Blood Typing Lab

    Innovating Science

    This activity provides the most procedurally accurate simulation of the blood typing technique available. Students test and determine the ABO/Rh blood types of four different simulated blood samples. Using Innovating Science’s new simulated blood, the students combine blood samples and antisera,…

  • Soil composition has been a keystone experiment in earth science classrooms for many years. Our soil analysis kit will teach students the skills needed to properly conduct soil composition tests as well as allow them to collect and evaluate local soil samples. By bringing in local soil samples the…

  • 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,…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Kit Playing With Polymers

    Innovating Science

    Teacher leads a class discussion about polymers and their importance in our everyday lives (specifically plastics). After the discussion students will be able to make two different polymers – worms and slime. The activity contains enough materials for 6 groups of students. Aligned to the Next…

  • While sources of fresh water are usually associated with visible bodies of water such as lakes, rivers, ponds, and streams, the majority of fresh water on Earth is actually underground, collectively referred to as groundwater. Like fresh water found on the surface, groundwater can flow beneath the…

  • 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…

  • Kit Includes: 30mL Methylene Blue Loefflers Solution 30mL Methylene Blue Saturated, 1% in IPA/Water 30mL Carbol Fuchsin Solution 30mL Carbol Rose Bengal Solution 30mL Crystal Violet, 1% Alcohol DOT Info: Small quantity exemption 173.4 THIS PACKAGE CONFORMS TO 49 CFR 173.4 for domestic highway or…

  • The micrococcus luteus 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

  • 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…

  • In this experiment, you will prepare three buffer solutions having different pH values and show that the pH of these solutions does not change significantly when small amounts of acids and bases are added. You will also show that when the same amounts of acids and bases are added to water and to a…

  • 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…

  • Be prepared for spills in your lab. This kit contains enough material to clean up a liter of a 10% formalin solution. Complete with instruction sheets and SDS. Kit Includes: 2 Nitrile Gloves 2 Polybags 9? x 16? 2 Twist Ties 2 Blank Shipping Tags 1 Dustpan and Brush Set 1 Bag Vermiculite Absorbent…

  • Kit Make Your Own Bromine Water

    Innovating Science

    Prepare fresh bromine water in a couple of minutes! Save on hazardous transport costs and avoid storing elemental bromine in your storage room. Kit Contains: 2.15g Potassium Bromide 0.6g Potassium Bromate 25mL Sulfuric Acid 50mL Bromine Water-Btl / Label Only DOT Info: Small quantity exemption…

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