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Our simple guide for educators wanting to write clear, effective multiple-choice questions. Plus a handy cheat sheet to download and keep!
You've spent years on your scientific research and made some amazing discoveries...now how do you connect these with the people who need to know about it – the public?
Our new capabilities are set to revolutionize how diabetes, obesity, and metabolism researchers record and analyze glucose.
How to correctly place ECG leads to perform a 12 lead ECG on a human subject, for cardiovascular, physiological, and pharmacological research.
Expert tips for communicating science. An exclusive seminar with award-winning scientific publisher, tech entrepreneur, and co-founder of Cosmos Magazine, Kylie Ahern.
Our new hardware kits have been designed to ensure that you have everything you need for your teaching labs, and nothing you don’t.
Lt LabStation Customer, Dr Sue Jamieson, uses our offline learning platform to deliver practical, lab-based lessons to students studying medicine and medical sciences in the UK.
The refreshed version of LabChart has been launched, including optimizations to our Non-Invasive Cardiac Output extension and our Spirometry and PV Loop Add-Ons.
Dr. Enmin Zou uses our offline learning platform, Lt LabStation, to teach his third-year General Physiology labs, with excellent results!
[FREE DOWNLOAD] The Most Excellent Design Tool Ever is our lesson content design template, custom-made for life science educators!
We are incredibly proud to sponsor this HAPS award, which celebrates innovative A&P educators! Find out about this year's visionary winners...
“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.”
Meet Dr. Michael Morris - Medical Sciences, University of Sydney - and find out how Lt has improved teaching experiences, student engagement, and multidisciplinary collaboration.
Important information for researchers in the fields of Diabetes & Obesity, Endocrinology & Metabolism, and Sports & Exercise.
How a University of Mississippi researcher used electroglottography (EGG) and surface electromyography (sEMG) to find out how your chocolate preference is linked to your eating behavior.