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Groundwater Exploration Activity Model
Discover why the preservation of uncontaminated groundwater is so vital.
ABO-Rh Blood Typing Using Neo/Blood™
Using actual blood-typing procedures, classify four unknown samples of the simulated Neo/Blood.
How Viruses Travel Lab Investigation
Simulate the spread of disease using a safe, simulated disease agent.
Chemical and Mechanical Weathering of Rocks Lab Investigation
Explore how weathering affects the Earth's surface.
ELISA: HIV/AIDS Test Simulation
Investigate the principles behind AIDS testing and the immunological principle that antibodies bind to specific antigens.
Introduction to Chromatography Lab
Separate plant pigments and dye samples to learn about chromatography in clinical, forensic and analytical laboratories.
Biology and Chemistry of Soil Lab Investigation
Discover the diversity of microlife that inhabits the tiny air spaces between soil particles.
Minerals and Plant Nutrition Lab Investigation
Explore the importance of nutrients in the growth of plants.
Urinalysis and Disease Identification
Use simulated urine to identify a variety of physiological conditions.
Do Landfills Really Work?
Build your own mini-landfill and investigate the biodegradability of various wastes in a sanitary versus an open configuration.
Air Quality Lab Investigation
Perform various hands-on activities to identify potential air pollution sources.
Mitosis and Meiosis Lab Investigations
An exciting and interactive way to learn about mitosis and meiosis.
Linking Blood Donors and Recipients Using Neo/Blood™
Realistic medical emergency scenario explores accurate blood typing and why it's essential for safe transfusions and blood banking.
MicroLIVE Bacteria Cultures
Unique culture system design for easy observation of bacteria—simply squeeze, shake, and dispense.
Neo/Sci was founded in the fall of 1998 to provide innovative means for teaching curriculum-based science topics to secondary school students.