To help a team of scientists that have fallen ill, you must find an antibiotic that’s effective against the disease-causing bacterium. To do so, you’ll need to study the process of protein synthesis and learn how antibiotics prevent protein production in bacteria.
• Manipulate an interactive DNA model.
• Explore the process of protein synthesis.
• Identify the part of the cell where amino acids are assembled into proteins.
• Pair the bases in nucleic acids.
• Learn how to use a codon table.
• Review the details of transcription and translation.
With this app, you will be able to:
• Explore the central dogma of molecular biology in an interactive environment.
• Use models to investigate transcription and translation.
• Receive hints and tips as you perform investigations.
• Demonstrate what you learn by taking quizzes.
• Want more? Check out the AC library in the Google Play Store.
DNA, Protein Synthesis, Transcription, Translation, Anticodons, Codons, Amino Acids
Welcome to Toca Lab! Explore the colorful and electrifying world of science and meet all 118 of the elements from the periodic table.
Discover elements by experimenting with the lab tools!
* Take your element for a spin in the centrifuge.
* Warm them up in the Bunsen burner.
* Put the element on ice with the cooling agent!
* Add a drop or two of mysterious liquids from the test tubes.
* Change their voltage and make them magnetic with the oscilloscope.
Each element has it's own personality. In Toca Lab, what does Neon sound like? Is Gold heavy or light? Is Nitrogen squishy or hard? Explore, inspect, and study each one and let us know! Can you find all 118?
The time has come, future scientists, to head into the lab to explore and discover. Put on your lab coat and protective eye gear because things are about to get experimental!
Toca Lab is a place for playing and having fun, and with it we hope to inspire kids to explore science. While the periodic table in Toca Lab is accurate, the way new elements are created is not. Instead, it’s a fun way to experiment, discover and create curiosity in the world of science. Toca Lab is just a starting point for further exploration!
About Toca Boca
Toca Boca is a game studio that makes digital toys for kids. We think playing and having fun is the best way to learn about the world. Therefore we make digital toys and games that help stimulate the imagination, and that you can play together with your kids. Best of all - we do it in a safe way without third-party advertising or in-app purchases.
Data for this application was taken by the following sites:
Google Images and
Please note that the app requires at least 50 MB of space for basic app installation plus a further 50 MB of storage for index files. The app will not install or function properly unless there is sufficient space for installation. Older devices running android versions below 4.0 may not have sufficient hardware resources to run the app efficiently.
Science is made easy through engaging animations featuring the most famous scientists ever lived, including an entertaining biography section for each one.
Theories are explained looking at how scientific knowledge has evolved since ancient ages until the point that experiment transformed previous assumptions.
This free versions features two of the experiments already available:
· Newton’s Gravity: Cannonball
· Archimedes’ Principle: Floating bodies
· Maxwell’s Colours: Coloured discs
· Mendel’s Laws: Garden peas
· Franklin’s Electricity: Lightning bells
· The Doppler Effect: Trumpeters on a train
More experiments to be added in 2015!!!
Note: This app is only for tablets.
And there’s more here than just brain teasers. Do you like doing experiments? Great! And if are you one of those who thinks science is boring–be prepared for a surprise! You can perform the tricks and fun experiments here–all with simple scientific explanations–to the amazement of your friends and turn yourself into a wizard, magician–and genius!
With this app you can easily learn to do what other people will say is impossible. But for you, anything is possible–and you’ll prove it! Perform wonders with your own hands. Believe us–it’s not only possible, but even laughably simple!
If you’re a parent, this app will be a great teaching resource for you. Not only will you delight and amaze your kids–you’ll instill in them an interest in science and teach them logical and creative thinking. Enjoy family time together that’s both fun and informative! Is that really possible? Of course! And surprisingly easy!
Our lessons with step-by-step instructions and photos will easily guide you through the world of science magic! Simply genius!
If your children have an interest in science, they are sure to get hooked!
From little children to grownup adults - a fun learning app that will give you hours of fun!
Look, listen, touch, feel, laugh, be surprised. All of the stimuli foster the emotions of children.
There are two play modes available: "Easy Mode, and "Edit and Test Mode."
A dynamic mode that gives you a diagonal view from the top.
Children up to 3 years old can play this mode using only touch.
When you drag the stage, the dominoes are lined up and then they will start toppling over at the same time.
Tap on the stage to make a ball appear.
Depending on how you touch the screen, you can line up an infinite number of dominoes from far away to up close, giving you enough options to keep you entertained.
*Edit and Test Mode
This mode gives you a view straight from the top. Though it features a fairly simple design, it allows you to build whatever you like.
Children aged 4 or older can have fun building with this mode.
Drag on the stage to line up the dominoes.
The bottom right of the screen shows an item palette. Drag on an item from this palette to place it on the stage.
You can combine dominoes and items from the palette to create a long line of toppling dominoes as you have never imagined before.
Once the stage is ready, press the "Start Experiment" button on the top right. This will topple the first light blue colored domino.
So, are the dominoes toppling just as you had imagined they would?
If you encounter a problem, that's absolutely fine. Press the "Stop Experiment" button and the dominoes will go back to their original positions.
Then you can add some more dominoes, or use the "Back" button to delete any dominoes that have already been placed.
*In some old devices, if you place a lot of dominoes, the screen may become slow and unresponsive. In this case, press the "Clear" button to delete the dominoes.
*We recommend using new models that have more processing power.
BGM:Pops up the mind wings(MusMus)
21세기는 지식 사회입니다.
각 나라들이 무한지식의 경쟁에서 살아남거나 이기고자 각축을 벌이고 있습니다.
저희는 대한민국이 전지구적인 지식 경쟁에서 최후의 승자가 되기 위해서는
대학교 교육, 그중에서도 대학교 이공계 기초과학 교육이 튼튼해야 한다고 믿습니다.
그래서 대한민국 대학교 이공계 기초과학 교육의 혁명을 꿈꾸어 왔습니다.
대한민국 기초과학 교육의 질을 근본적으로 바꾸는데 앞장서고자 합니다.
14년 전부터 꿈꿔왔던 프로젝트를 시작하고자 합니다.
대한민국 국민 누구라도 대학교 이공계 과목의 기본적인 내용을
양질의 무료 동영상 강의를 통해 쉽게 공부하고 이해할 수 있도록 이끌 것입니다.
먼저 조한길 교수의 화학의 이해, 김준교수의 유기화학의 이해를 오픈하였습니다.
저희의 미약한 시작으로 대학교 이공계 교육의 대변혁이 시작되기를 소망합니다.
대한민국의 대학들이 깨어나기를 원합니다.
그래서 전지구적인 지식 경쟁의 대열에서 최선두로 올라서기를 원합니다.
저희의 미약한 시작으로 20년, 30년 안에
대한민국이 세계 1등 지식강국으로 올라설 것이라고 믿습니다.
이 앱의 기능은 다음과 같습니다.
회원가입후 교재에 관련횐 강좌를 다운로드 받을수 있습니다.
회원가입은 자연과 과학 홈페이지( naturenscience.co.kr , 자연과과학.com )에 가입됩니다.
다운로드 받은 강좌는 SD카드에 보관되어 관리할 수 있으며
안드로이드 폰에 내장된 플레이어를 통해 재생할 수 있습니다.
---- 관련검색어 -----
일반물리의 이해, 일반화학의 이해, 유기화학의 이해, 대학 화학, MEET , meet , DEET , deet , PEET , peet, 다운로드 , 동영상 다운로드 , 김준 , 조한길, 강호제
엠디엔피, md&p ,
You can use it to provide improved performance, or to provide GPS reception to Android devices that do not contain the necessary internal hardware.
It can be used with unrooted devices that have USB host mode enabled. It can also be used with some devices that do not have USB host mode enabled provided that they are rooted and have Buzybox installed.
This means that it can be used to connect a GPS dongle to inexpensive tablets that do not have internal GPS hardware such as the many tablets based on the Allwinner A13 chip.
The GPS dongle must be based on the PL2303 serial to USB converter delivering NMEA-0183 sentences. The app has been tested with a GlobalSat ND-100S GPS USB dongle available from Maplin in the UK for less than £20. It has also been tested with an Anadigi GPS-206 GPS Antenna. The tablet must deliver power via the USB port. Unpowered USB ports will not work.
This app does not work on all devices. If it works for you - please let us know the model of Android device, the version of Android and the GPS dongle that you used, so we can update this page.
Before using this app, in Settings-> Developer options enable Allow mock locations. Then connect the dongle to your Android device (you may need a micro USB to USB converter cable). Start the app that you want to be the recipient of the GPS data, then start You Are Here GPS and when you see data arriving, wait for a fix before returning to your other app. Do not press the back button while doing this as you must leave the You Are Here GPS app running.
Sayedur Chowdhury has blogged about this app.
1) This app is intended for use with approved Android devices with powered USB ports.
2) The Amazon Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD devices do not have powered USB ports.
3) USB host mode seems broken in Android 4.3 on some Google Nexus devices but there are reports that a hardware reset may fix the problem.
Users can examine 26 selected manuscripts, zoom in on individual words, attempt transcription and receive immediate feedback. They can optionally compare their transcription with a full transcript. The user's transcripts can be saved and reopened. The saved transcripts are accessible via File Manager apps.
Just take a photo of a map while you're out and about, or download one from the internet, then go to the place that the map shows. When you know where you are on the photo, tap and hold to add a marker. Move around until you find another place on the map, and tap and hold to add a second marker. Your position will show on the map, updated as you move around.
You Are Here only needs two markers to find your position anywhere on the map, but it works best with three or more, and you can keep adding more markers to make it more accurate. For best accuracy, try to add markers at each side of the map.
You can share your geo-tagged maps by email, http, Google Drive or Dropbox.
You Are Here uses no internet or cellular connection so it can be used in remote areas. However, it uses your device's GPS, which can drain battery life if used constantly. The app does not use the GPS when its home screen is displayed (third screenshot), so we recommend that you return to the home screen if you are not going to be using the app for any extended period.
NOTE: If you have an inexpensive tablet based on the Allwinner A13 chip without built-in GPS, you may be able to use this app with an external GPS dongle and the free You Are Here GPS driver. The You Are Here app requires GPS location fixes with a sustained horizontal accuracy of 10 meters or less, so the driver may also be useful if your device cannot deliver this precision.
Users can examine 30 selected manuscripts, zoom in on individual words, attempt transcription and receive immediate feedback. They can optionally compare their transcription with a full transcript. The user's transcripts can be saved and reopened. The saved transcripts are accessible via File Manager apps.
Mixtures can be created, edited and deleted. In each mixture, individual proteins can be created, imported, edited or deleted. Multisubunit proteins can be created by merging proteins.
Data can also be imported from online protein databases. Currently, import from RefSeq and UniProtKB are supported.
Files produced by the Mixture Editor can be used immediately by the Android version of the Protein Purification simulation app (the phone version must be upgraded). They can also be exchanged with the iPhone/iPad version of the Protein Purification simulation app via iTunes File Sharing.
Mixture Editor can import mixture files from email messages, Dropbox, etc.
Lectures and textbooks can cover the theoretical aspects of protein purification and laboratory classes can teach the practical techniques, but there are other topics which are difficult to learn by conventional methods. In order to purify any protein you need to know which separation techniques are likely to be most effective under the circumstances and, probably more important, which techniques are not. This knowledge cannot be picked up by following a fixed recipe for a class practical. It requires some thought and usually comes with experience, generally during postgraduate research.
This is the Android Tablet version of the award-winning program that has been widely used in schools, colleges and universities since 1983. Protein Purification's associated tutorial aims to guide you through a simulation of some of the more commonly-used protein separation techniques and to let you experiment with the simulation. It starts off by letting you examine how a simple mixture of proteins behaves during gel filtration and ion-exchange chromatography and then goes on to allow the design and testing of full purification protocols using more complex mixtures of proteins.
It is assumed that you are familiar with the theoretical background to the most common separation techniques, enzyme assays etc. and that you understand the concept of the isoelectric point of proteins. The app will model failure as accurately as success - so be careful!
This is the full version with no advertisements or upgrade reminders.