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See The Science in Action!

By Tracy Livingston, 01/05/2018 - 14:02

eScience Labs collaborates with hundreds of higher education institutions to provide a traditional hands-on laboratory experience to students engaged in online and blended learning. Through a combination of hands-on science lab kits, virtual learning tools and customized digital curriculum, eScience Labs helps higher education institutions expand and strengthen science comprehension.

eScience Labs kit faculty users to present at Higher Learning Commission conference

By esltim, 04/14/2016 - 15:45

DENVER – April 14, 2016. Dr. Klaus Woelk, associate professor of chemistry at Missouri University of Science and Technology, and Dr. Shayna Burchett, lead chemistry instructor at State Fair Community College in Sedalia, Missouri, have been selected to share his blended laboratory teaching techniques at the Higher Learning Commission Annual Conference.

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eScience Labs CEO Addresses the Importance of Using Different Learning Styles

By Sarah Lust (not verified), 03/11/2016 - 09:47

eScience and TCCTA: "Power of Partnerships"

HOUSTON - March 3, 2016. Hundreds of community college educators gathered recently for the 69th annual Texas Community College Teachers Association conference. As part of the conference events, eScience Labs CEO Scotts Higgins led a roundtable discussion titled “Strengthening Learning through Sensory Engagement”. In his discussion, he stressed the importance of engaging the whole student in the learning experience.

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eScience Labs Hosts Science Fair at Local School

By esltim, 02/16/2016 - 16:19

By Caitlin Runne-Janczy

DENVER – Feb. 5, 2016. Students at Stargate Charter School in Thornton, Colo. recently participated in an afternoon of science and fun at an eScience Labs-hosted science fair.

Members of the eScience Labs team set up five experiments for students to participate in. From dissecting owl pellets and identifying the bones within to using rockets to learn about the principles of physics, the students had a blast.

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