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Back to school sale runs August 25th-September 30th, 2014!

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 for additional deals on shipping costs.

Teachers looking for specials on collections or bulk orders email for a special discount code!

Kit Initiative

The Public Lab Kits Initiative is a part of the Public Lab Nonprofit which manufactures and distributes open hardware kits to support the Public Lab community. The Kits Initiative is based in Portland, Oregon, and includes staff members Mathew Lippincott @mathew, Natalie Mayorga @natalie, Noah Hochman, and (remotely) Jeff Warren.

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