Have you ever wondered how weather presenters know the actual speed of the wind? The Beaufort scale is a great way to introduce students to weather patterns and the water cycle.
Using datalogging equipment helps bring science alive and develops students’ confidence in using technology that is different from what they usually encounter in class.
Download our useful guide to selecting the right hand protection for your staff and students.
Timstar’s ‘Glassware Guide' has been produced to ensure science teachers, technicians and students are working with the safest and reliable equipment.
With such a wide range of hotplates, stirrers, and heating mantles available, how do you sift through the different models and compare the differences between them? Check out our useful guide.
Our guide will help you to select the perfect power supply for your needs – referring to key features such as the level of education you are teaching, output voltage, current, durability, and cost and more.
What should you consider when looking for a new PH Meter? Our handy guide will help guide you with the things you need to consider.
Microscopes play a huge part in science and it is key to ensure that you purchase products that are most-suited to your application. Timstar takes a look at some of the key attributes you should consider when purchasing a microscope...
Safety in science is of utmost importance and especially when working with chemicals. We have partnered with Vickers Laboratories in developing our essential guide.
Allow your students to discover the wonders of the solar system for themselves, whether through lower school curricula or science and in particular physics and STEM clubs.