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Back to School Sale happening now through September 30th!

by natalie | August 29, 2014 21:59 | 70 views | 0 comments | #11089 | 70 views | 0 comments | #11089 29 Aug 21:59

Get ready to head back to school with Public Lab kits

Now through September 30th, all kits can be purchased for 20% off. Enter discount code ###BACK2SCHOOL at checkout.

DIY kits are great for science fairs. Demonstrate how spectral "fingerprints" are used to identify materials, or how to monitor plant health using near infrared photos.

Instructors, join the growing community, and try out some lesson plan ideas. Papercraft Spectrometers make great Do-It-Together science crafts. Get enough for the whole class to build for under $10 each!

Schools and Institutions contact shipping@publiclab.org for additional deals on shipping costs.

Teachers looking for specials on collections or bulk orders email Natalie@publiclab.org for a special discount code!

All Kits 20% off through September! (With discount code BACK2SCHOOL)

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DIY Spectral ImagingThe Public Lab community has worked hard to develop precise and affordable DIY spectrometers. These are experimental tools, and always being improved. Read more at publiclab.org/wiki/spectrometer READ MORE

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Infragram DIY Plant Analysis KitsThe Public Lab DIY Infrared Photography tools are a series of low-cost and accessible kits for multi-spectral photography. Farmers, open source DIY scientists, and photography enthusiasts can use the cameras to measure plant health. 
The Infragram Filter Pack for DIY camera conversions is available for $10. Webcam and point and shoot cameras also available. Learn more about infrared photography at Public Lab.READ MORE

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Balloon and Kite Mapping KitsThese are affordable, easy to use, and safe open source tools for making aerial image maps. Public Lab has built a global community of mappers who are engaged in discussion around the development and use of these tools. Read more about balloon and kite "grassroots mapping" at the Public Lab website.READ MORE

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