Bring real, hands-on EPR experiments and teaching into your classroom!
As a company of scientists passionately creating innovative solutions for scientists, we recognize the importance of not only exposing students to a broad range of analytical techniques but also of teaching students the role each plays in chemical analysis. Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) is the leading method for the detection and study of materials with unpaired electrons and free radicals, with a wide range of application in areas such as structural biology, inorganic chemistry and material research. Though well established as a technique, it is often seen as difficult to understand and thus difficult to teach.
In this seminar you will discover an ideal EPR teaching package that incorporates an easy-to-use spectrometer purpose-built to deliver a wide range of possible applications in the educational fields. A suite of key, hands-on practical experiments, instructional guides, and an introduction to the basic theory of EPR spectroscopy, make it easy to formulate teaching in chemistry labs around the world. Join us as we demonstrate how easy it is to guide students through all the experiments without the need for prior EPR teaching experience.
What you will learn
You will receive an overview of our educational package and curricula for college and possibly high school students. During this free of charge webinar, participants will learn in detail what is included in the package and what teaching tools they can use to make the EPR spectroscopy easy and attractive.
We will focus on each experiment and with the aid of the teaching EPR Primer and Lab Practicum you will see how an EPR training course can be prepared easily and the students will be able to measure and evaluate their samples without the need of an extensive introduction. As the world leader in EPR technologies we applied our expertise, together with our understanding and experience with labs worldwide, to deliver a solution that educators want.
Who should attend?
Everybody working in the field of education and academia
- University and high school teachers
- Scientists learning basic EPR interpretation
- Students considering a career in chemistry