A Virtual View

A Virtual View

Dr Richard Campen reports on the growing trend for teaching biology practicals online

The Biologist Vol 60(6) p36-38

There is something special about going into a science laboratory: the faint smell of chemicals and molten agar, the sound of stirrers and shaker beds and the generally light, bright atmosphere. Putting on a lab coat marks the entry into a world of machines, glassware and samples. A world where results are anticipated, failed experiments can be experienced and health and safety is paramount...


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