Welcome to PraxiLabs

Experience a virtual world of science education.

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PraxiLabs provides educational organizations and their learners with a large and growing library of virtual chemistry experiments. Experiments currently available cover areas in general, analytical, and organic chemistry. Students can learn and understand through experimentation without the hazards or high costs.

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The PraxiLabs experiments available in the fields of physics cover a wide range of topics in the areas of nuclear physics, thermodynamics, electricity, and more. Provide your students and learners with virtual physics labs that encourage interaction and enhance understanding.

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PraxiLabs offers more than a microscope for each student to understand biology on a molecular level. Enrich your students’ knowledge and understanding with immersive virtual experiments on topics ranging from DNA extraction and genetic cloning to tissue culture and protein electrophoresis.


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Some of PraxiLabs Unique Features

3D Simulation

Enter a realistic, virtual, 3D scientific simulation that enhances the students’ understanding of the material they learned.


Save money on expensive equipment. You won’t need to securely and safely maintain a supply of chemicals in the lab. PraxiLabs provides a safer and more affordable alternative.

Immersive Interaction

With various interactive options and responsive feedback, students will gain a virtual hands-on approach to science.


PraxiLabs is available in both Arabic and English.

Adaptive Learning Style

PraxiLabs combines its virtual lab with additional multimedia and text to provide each learner with material that fits his/her learning style.

Compatible With Modern Platforms

Praxilabs is compatible with common modern platforms and can be accessed virtually anywhere, so your virtual lab goes wherever you take it.

Free access to sample experiments of Physics, Chemistry and Biology

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Praxilabs is compatible with all the common modern operating systems and platforms, so you can take your virtual lab wherever you go.

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Latest News.

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Introducing the New Biology 3D Simulations

In order to provide you with an all-in-one portal of 3D science simulation, We have added a new section for Biology 3D simulations Latest addition to our simulations. PraxiLabs is not only offers a microscope for each student to understand biology on a molecular level, but also enriches your students’ knowledge and understanding with immersive virtual experiments on topics ranging from DNA extraction and genetic cloning to tissue culture and protein electrophoresis.

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New Release of PraxiLabs V.5.3

We are pleased to announce that a new version of PraxiLabs has been released (V. 5.3), which comes with some new features including: Enhanced design and user experience, Additional content and multimedia files, the ability of integration with the learning management systems and the Compatibility with Tablets & Smartphones so you can access your virtual science labs everywhere and anytime.

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We will be Attending ِArab ACRAO Conf.

PraxiLabs team will be attending the 37th conference of admission and registration for Arabic universities. The conference will be held in the first week of April 2018 (1-5 April) and it will be organized by Zewail city of science and technology and Arab ACRAO organization.The conference will be attended by the Egyptian minister of higher education Dr. khaled Abd Elghaffar and the representative of more than 100 Arabic universities from 12 Arabic countries.

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New Experiments are Coming Soon

We will add more experiments to the physics virtual lab, the new experiments will include the following:D.C. Electricity, Measurement of Ohmic Resistances Using Ammeter and Voltmeter, Study the I-V characteristics of Non Ohmic Resistance and Kirchhoff's Loop Rule.

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"In my latest research, I used the PraxiLabs virtual physics labs. It helped increase the laboratory skills of the experimented students by 93%, as it also increased the rate of the student's imaginative thinking by 92%. I highly recommended educational institutions to adopt virtual labs as an effective learning method for most fields of science" Dr. Abdulwasee Heig, PhD Lecturer - University of Hajjah
Great user experience and impressive interaction, I am very pleased to have tried the simulations and will continue to do so Khaled M Goher, BSc MSc PhD MIET PGCertHE Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering
School of Life & Health Sciences
Aston University, UK