No More Waiting! PraxiLabs Launches 20+ New Experiments

Last Updated on June 18, 2022 by Mostafa

Starting from April 2022, more than 20 virtual lab experiments are launched on
PraxiLabs virtual labs platform.
All experiments are added to our simulations catalog in compliance with your requests and to help science teachers and educational institutions reach their set learning objectives, because we hear you and care about you!

The dozens of new experiments offer a world-class immersive learning experience to students  in many branches of science.

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  • Biology
  1. Molecular biology,
  2. Genetics,
  3. Microbiology, and
  4. Forensic.
  • Chemistry
  1. Analytical chemistry,
  2. Biochemistry,
  3. Inorganic chemistry, and
  4. Organic chemistry.
  • Physics
  1. Mechanics, and
  2. Electricity.

The recently developed experiments —regularly conducted in the real labs— are vital in these fields where conducting and studying them boosts students’ understanding of the theoretical material, and it enhances their experimental, creative, and scientific abilities.

Not only this, but some new features will also be released very soon! These features will help facilitate and improve the experience of both students and educators whilst using PraxiLabs’ interface and experiments.

Amazing Lab Simulations Features Uncovered

  • Internal Quiz Updates
    With this feature, students are now able to select more than one answer
    in the MCQ, with multiple correct answers. This helps enhance students’ critical thinking skills during any test, and it helps them recall several ideas and successfully connect them together.
  • Downloading the Experiment’s Data
    Titration results can now be downloaded and saved in a separate Excel sheet.
  • Real Time Data Reading and Recording
    PraxiLabs’ titration experiment procedure now resembles the real lab experiment much more lively than before.
  • Progress Bar
    A progress bar is added to chemistry and biology experiments. This is to help students follow up upon their progress, i.e., which stage they are in and what steps they have completed.
  • Integrate PraxiLabs with Your LMS
    The features added to our LMS are enabling educators to track their students records closer than ever now, i.e.:
    1. Reloading experiments is counted as a new trial, and it appears in the student’s report.
    2. Progress track is recorded and exported in Excel sheets
      to aid educators in mentoring their students rightly. This is in terms of how many times the student used the helper, how much time they spent in the experiment, the last step they stopped at, how many times they opened the experiment, and their quiz grades.
    3. Creating courses
      Instructors can create a course inside PraxiLabs LMS, by adding experiments to it, then assign the students to it.

By these new experiments and upgraded features, PraxiLabs aims to ameliorate the lab experience and all the processes connected to it.

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About Sherouk Badr Shehata

Sherouk Badr Shehata, is a senior scientific content creator and a theoretical physics MA student from Egypt. Being a physics & astronomy graduate, Sherouk started off her career in 2017 as a scientific translator & content creator, while that was also preceded by two years of volunteering in the same field. Sherouk's experiences reached out to many reputable foreigner organizations and companies in both the fields of scientific translation & publishing, such as: Pearson Middle East in UAE, Kitab Sawti in Sweden, I Believe in Science in Lebanon, in addition to many Egyptian companies, and PraxiLabs on the top of this list. Throughout her writings, Sherouk aims to flawlessly raise the quality of the delivered scientific content, and aspires to create rich and interesting pieces, in both Arabic and English. She is also keen on encouraging and pushing students, parents, & people in general to read more in science, and especially natural sciences, as she believes that science and art are the master keys to nations' progression and flourishment.