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January 30, 2020 Thursday 02:43:40 PM IST

Free Virtual Lab for Students

International Edu News

The Amgen Foundation and the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Harvard University have globally launched the LabXchange, a free online science education platform that provides personalised instruction, virtual lab experiences and networking opportunities across the global scientific community. This gives an opportunity for school and college students to learn how to build a hypothesis, understand a method and determine how to apply it to an appropriate experimental problem. It provides free access to a library of world-class educational content including videos, interactive simulation and assessments. It gives freedom and empowerment to teachers to create flexible learning pathways for classes or individual students that complement existing science curriculums. More details: www.LabXchange.org. 

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