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Practical, Technology-Based Experiments for Students

Biopac Science Lab is a complete life science teaching system that follows scientific methods to study muscle, heart, brain, eyes, respiration, reaction time, biofeedback, aerobic exercise physiology, and more!  Now life science instructors and students at the high school level can explore the inner workings of the human body with a new, inexpensive physiology monitor and practical science experiments, specifically designed for high school life science classes and using students as the subjects.

The Biopac Science Lab bridges the gap between high school and college by making the same physiology recording technology available at an earlier stage.The Biopac Science Lab brings practical science experiments to the classroom and engages student minds with exciting and fun science-based lessons that teach them today and prepare them for tomorrow. Students collect data from their own bodes, analyze it, and compare results with other students.

Tutorial-style lessons introduce each scientific concept and guide students through simple procedures to record and analyze good data.

Biopac Science Lab Lessons

Plus, students can easily design, record, and analyze their own experiments to explore further.

Choose an area of study below to learn more about how Biopac Science Lab can increase interest and understanding of scientific concepts in your classroom.

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