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Welcome to Y Science Laboratories

Y Science Laboratories is a set of realistic and sophisticated simulations covering chemistry, biology, physics, and planetary motion. In these laboratories, students are put into a virtual environment where they are free to make the choices and decisions that they would confront in an actual laboratory and experience the resulting consequences. These products were created at Brigham Young University and include the individual products Virtual ChemLab, Virtual Physical Science, Virtual Physics, Virtual Earth Science, and Virtual Biology. All of these products are sold through Pearson Education at the middle school, high school, and higher education level. This web page provides tours of the different products, purchasing information, additional worksheet downloads, a discussion forum, an extensive FAQ that will answer many questions you may have, plus many other features. 

Please contact us if you run into any problems with our new web site or especially if you would like to share your experiences using the virtual laboratories. Do you have a favorite worksheet? We would love to post it on the web site. Do you know of a teacher who should be featured? Please let us know.

 

What's new...

Virtual ChemLab v4.5 Released

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Version 4.5 of Virtual ChemLab has now been released for both High School and Higher Education. The new version contains the same experiments but now with an updated Inorganic laboratory and is compatible with the newest Mac and Windows operating systems.

Virtual Biology v4.0 Now Available

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Announcing the completion of our new Virtual Biology product for both school and higher education. Virtual Biology contains laboratory simulations for Microscopy, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Ecology, and Systematics. Click "Read more" for more detials.
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