If you are a chemistry teacher, scientist or a student trying to get through microbiology, install some best and must-have science apps on your iPhone. The iDevice will be considered as a trusted companion for next experiment from calculating pH to exploring periodic table.
Science Glossary, it is an index to www.visionlearning.com website. The app is underwhelming with short definitions and some graphics. Nonetheless, when combined with links to the website of vision learning and science based websites, this app becomes more useful.
The glossary is not complete and also lacks basic scientific terms. The vision learning website is feasible resource for teachers with different teaching modules that serve as textbook replacements or supplements.
This app was created by Netmodular. If you work with younger children and want to find presentations and experiments that excite them then VideoScience must do the trick. With links and instructions for buying materials, small videos demonstrate the required details to recreate fun and exciting experiments.
With over 50 videos representing wide range of activities, this app provides inexpensive ideas for parents as well as teachers to create their child’s interest in science.
Buffers, this app was created by Akkyra Systems. If you find yourself in biological or chemical research then you can find buffers for iPhone a vital tool for research.
Buffers, it is nothing but a tool to calculate buffers to control pH. With the help of 40 built-in buffering agents you can simply adjust temperature, volume and concentration to reach desired recipe. After finding your recipe, you can share with others through email. This inexpensive app fills a specific niche.
ScienceFacts, it was created by simpaddico llc. If you are a science lover and enjoy trivia then a few minutes a day with the app tickle your fancy. You can look for interesting topics or simply browse index to get new facts. You can save favorites for later in a list so that your friends can be impressed.
Papers, it was developed by mekentosj.com. If scientific activities rely heavily on research and access to journal articles then Papers for iPhone suits for you.
With papers, you can access multiple online databases to search and download articles for your personal library. It includes access to Google Scholar, PubMed, ACM, Web of Science, JSTOR, ACM, Arxiv and more. You can even import your own PDF files for annotation and note taking.
The annotations will not save your file when you export but this feature will come in next update. If you own papers for Mac then you can sync your research library between devices.
Mitosis, if you are an aspiring scientist then you must grasp cell division concept. Mitosis for iPhone is the best study aid for all the biology students with audio and video explanations, interactive quizzes and microscopic photographs. The best thing about this application is you can get it for free.
The Elements: A Visual Exploration
It was created by Element Collection, Inc. You have never experience the periodic table elements until you have explored this application. The elements truly come to life with interactive 360 degree animations and high resolution photos. The app is fun to use and it is the best way to show off your shiny iPad.
Mars Globe HD
Mars Globe HD, this app was developed by Midnight Martian. This app provides an interactive exploration of red planet with 1500 items to peruse for astronomers. From topography and spacecraft to territory named after historical astronomers, it has huge database of information. Also, the app can feed your appetite on the go.
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