An infrared (IR) thermometer is an instrument that can rapidly measure the temperature of surfaces of objects and the body from a distance without any contact. These thermometers use the infrared r
Nitrogen dioxide gas is used to demonstrate Le Chatelier’s principle of equilibrium.
3D printing is a relatively new technology and industry and is also one of the latest technologies to enter schools.
There are a wide range of chemicals used in solution form for various experimental activities and demonstrations in the school science curriculum.
Schools should develop their own maintenance and servicing schedule for all emergency equipment, plant and mechanical fixtures, electrical and electronic devices etc.
Investigating the effect of cell size on diffusion (absorption) rate (speed) is a common investigation carried out by secondary students.
Food testing is routinely carried out in senior biology classes. Students test a variety of food samples for carbohydrates, such as sugar and starch, lipids, proteins and vitamin C.
When choosing a microscope consideration needs to be given to the application, skill level of staff and students and budget.
This ASSIST information sheet is intended to serve as a general guide when using refrigerators and freezers in the science area.
This ASSIST Information Sheet (AIS) explores latex allergies: What is a latex allergy? Those at risk, signs and symptoms. Items containing latex in schools.