Innovate & Educate

Remote laboratory resource exclusively for UK schools & colleges

 

 

We provide remote online access to our laboratory equipment to enable science teachers and their students to conduct experiments in real time.

This includes performing organic reactions and monitoring the reaction & measuring reaction rates using automated HPLC analysis protocols.

We provide all the resources you need, including lesson plans

 

This is not a simulation. Teachers can download interactive videos & lesson plans - then, as an optional extra -  book a slot to remotely login and directly control the equipment to conduct real experiments in real time.

This resource is free of charge to all UK schools and colleges

We provide short training courses for 'teachers only' to try out the experiments before running a class with their students.

Registration & booking a slot, for teacher training or to run a class, is easy & free of charge

Testimonial: 

"lab-class has given our students the fantastic opportunity to use HPLC equipment they are not able to use in school, and carry out experiments during the Covid pandemic when opportunities for practical work have been limited. The training slot and support from Mark has been first class, and he provides resources for the students to work through to understand the experiment and analyse their results. The system he has set up is easy to use and quickly generates good quality results for analysis - we will definitely be using lab-class again in the future!"  A-level Chemistry teacher

IMPORTANT NOTICE: 14th Oct 2020

The remote lab resource is available until the 23rd Oct 2020 only. However, the same experiments have been recorded and are now available in VIDEO lesson format, with real raw data, full lesson plans and teacher notes. The video lessons will be available until the end of July 2021 to all teachers who register before the 23rd Oct 2020

All registered teachers will receive an email with passwords to gain free access to the videos and lesson plans

Click here for access                                 (note: the link will be activated on the 23rd Oct 2020 for registered users only)