In The News

  1. Online Science Labs on the Rise

    Online science labs are increasingly appealing to schools that do not have the money, space, or faculty to devote to expanding lab facilities. Read how the Nature Publishing Group profiled several companies in the online science education industry to learn how both faculty and students are benefiting from digital science labs.

    Nature Publishing Group (NPG) is a publisher of high impact scientific and medical information in print and online. NPG publishes journals, online databases, and services across the life, physical, chemical and applied sciences and clinical medicine. The most recognizable imprint of NPG is Scientific American.

    Note: both NPG and Late Nite Labs are wholly owned by Macmillan Publishing Group.

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  2. No Test Tube? No Problem.

    Read how Late Nite Labs’ digital science labs appeal to today’s learners on Mashable.com, the leading source for news for digital enthusiasts. Mashable reports on digital innovation and how it inspires people around the world. Mashable’s 40 million monthly unique visitors and 19 million social media followers have catapulted this site to become one of the most engaging networks in the world.

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  3. Digital Science Labs for Everyone

    At this year’s International Society for Technology in Education meeting in Atlanta, our own Harris Goodman was interviewed. Harris is our head of Business Development & Sales and resident science junkie. Harris holds an M.S. in Molecular Biology from Johns Hopkins University and is passionate about sharing insights about the natural world around us with learners everywhere. Check out the link to hear Harris’ thoughts on the future of science education in the k-12 space.

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