43 results for atlas scientific

pH Sensor Kit

EZO Carrier Board

Dissolved Oxygen Kit


Electrical Conductivity Kit

Electronic Sensor Circuits & Projects

Science and Communication Circuits & Projects

SparkFun Inventor's Kit for Google's Science Journal App

SparkFun OpenLog

Electronic Formulas, Symbols & Circuits

Timer, OpAmp & Optoelectronic Circuits & Projects


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Connecting Arduino to Processing

April 25, 2013

Send serial data from Arduino to Processing and back - even at the same time!

Voltage, Current, Resistance, and Ohm's Law

February 6, 2013

Learn about Ohm's Law, one of the most fundamental equations in all electrical engineering.

Photon Remote Temperature Sensor

March 1, 2016

Learn how to build your own Internet-connect, solar-powered temperature collection station using the Photon from Particle.

Getting Started with the SparkFun Inventor's Kit for Google's Science Journal App

May 24, 2016

This is a quick guide to using the Google Science Journal app with the Arduino 101 that's included and pre-programmed in the SIK for Google's Science Journal App.

RFM69HCW Hookup Guide

April 29, 2016

The RFM69HCW is an inexpensive transceiver that you can use to create all kinds of wireless projects. This tutorial will help you get started.

How to Use a Multimeter RETIRED

December 2, 2012

Learn the basics of using a multimeter to measure continuity, voltage, resistance and current.

How to Use a Multimeter

January 9, 2015

Learn the basics of using a multimeter to measure continuity, voltage, resistance and current.

Weather Station Wirelessly Connected to Wunderground

April 11, 2014

Build your own open-source, official Wunderground weather station that connects over WiFi via an Electric Imp.

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Friday Product Post: An Inauguration of New Products

January 20, 2017

A fresh new Haptic Motor Driver and two new Atlas Scientific products come to you this Inauguration Friday!

Enginursday: Eniac, The Data-Logging Web Server

January 26, 2017

A brief overview of the new Raspberry Pi-based data-logging web server from Atlas Scientific

New Product Friday: Sense Your Environment

October 12, 2012

A Friday Product Post filled with new products and a special guest appearance from Atlas Scientific.

Enginursday: Aquaponics and the Internet-of-Things

April 23, 2015

A brief overview of the numerous internet-enabled devices I've used to monitor my aquaponic systems.

Enginursday: Automating Greenhouses

October 1, 2015

Check out the next chapter in the aquaponics automation saga. The project has moved beyond a small indoor system to automating an entire geodesic dome greenhouse full of many different systems.

Guest Blog: Circumventing Science Lab Budget Cuts with Open-Source Hardware

January 23, 2015

High-­school science teachers can radically reduce the cost of building up science labs while giving students opportunities to engage in genuine design processes by introducing them to open­-source hardware. A vast collection of free and pre­-designed low-­cost scientific tools are available, many of which can be printed on a open­-source 3­D printer, including the printer itself. Not only can students benefit from access to research grade equipment, there are ample opportunities for students to build on, improve, and customize scientific tools as part of their curriculum. In this way the number and value of the open­-source hardware designs can expand with student effort, enabling a powerful motivating factor for science education.

Digital Naturalism: Hiking Hacks in the Wild

October 20, 2014

The Hiking Hack is the first of a proposed series of research expeditions investigating the role of situated design for wild animal interaction. This mobile workshop through the Panamanian Rainforest was designed to explore how context shapes the crafting of technology and to probe the limits of constructing and utilizing DIY physical computing systems in harsh environments. It also served as a means of engaging with and reflecting upon the biological, technological and cultural aspects interplaying in modern scientific research.

Plasma Speaker

July 14, 2011

Check out this awesome project from a couple of Eastern Washington students.

Your SparkFun January Caption Contest Is Here!

January 15, 2014

Get your captions in for a chance at an exciting prize!

New Product Friday: A Basic Product Post

October 28, 2011

We have a good balance of products for this week. Check them out and see if one can be a solution for a problem with your project.

Enginursday: ComSphere

May 18, 2017

How a hamster ball and Blynk app can detect not only motion, but perhaps something paranormal?

IoTuesday: 3 Easy DIY Antennas That Increase Your WiFi and Bluetooth Range

February 28, 2017

Increase the range on your 2.4GHz IoT devices with these simple antenna hacks.

Friday Product Post: IOdelayheehoo!

April 8, 2016

The IOIO is back, along with a new OpenLog and a few brick-a-brac components!

Exploratorium offering Coursera course!

April 7, 2014

This is an Exploratorium Teacher Institute professional development course open to any middle or high school science teacher. This course is designed to help science teachers infuse their curriculum with hands-on STEM activities that support the NGSS engineering practices.

Trends of 2009

December 29, 2009

Spending some time with Google Trends and trying to predict the future.

Q & A: The PCB Workstation with Articulated Arms

July 8, 2015

One of our Italian customers took our Third Hand Kit and kind of sort of actually made it cooler.

Apollo vs. Atmel

March 23, 2009

How many MIPS does it take to get to the moon?

Squishy Circuits

June 2, 2011

Check out these moldable, foldable, squishable circuits.

New Product Friday

July 20, 2012

This week we're back with more new products and another demo project.

Air Quality Sensor Experiment

July 19, 2017

What "cleaning" a room does to air quality.

Serial Communication between Arduino and Processing

February 6, 2014

Materials for Arduino, Processing and Serial Communication for the ATLAS program at CU Boulder.