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OnScreen DNA Model

for iPad & for iPhone & iPod Touch

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OnScreen Science, Inc., 46 Wallace St., Somerville, MA 02144 — 800-617-6416 — apinfo@onscreen-sci.com

OnScreen Science, Inc.®

Delivering PhD-scientist-designed educational software since 1994.


Here's your entry point to modern physics without advanced math.

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OnScreen Particle Physics™ Only $24.99 for an infinite supply of physically accurate subatomic particle decay events and the tools with which to understand them.

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Runs great on Windows Vista and Macintosh Snow Leopard! (Minimum Win XP or Mac 10.5)

"This is a remarkable tool that students can use to explore particle physics in an engaging, authentic way."
Tom Jordan, Quarknet Project Coordinator, Fermi National Accelerator Lab

Who says E=mc2 is not practical? Particle physicists use it all the time, and so will you. Prize-winning OnScreen Particle Physics™ supplies you with the software tools and examples you need to obtain a satisfying experience in the scientific analysis of realistic subatomic data. OnScreen Particle Physics™ deals not with abstractions derived from experiment, but with the simple particle events themselves. You make the measurements and apply the momentum/mass/energy equations (relativistic, but just algebra) to solve the puzzle of what kind of particles have left their tracks in the 3-D chamber. Purchase online and download to get started now!


Painlessly teach anyone—including yourself—the must-know details of how DNA works in 3D. Now only $14.99!

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OnScreen DNA™ for Windows XP/Vista and Mac OS X
Three-dimensional simulations instead of bogus 2D ladders.

"The animation quality makes the software extremely engaging. The program is easy to navigate, and includes impressive graphics. OnScreen DNA makes a solid contribution to the repertoire of high quality classroom technology."
José Vázquez, NYU,
in The American Biology Teacher, September 2006

Engaging 3D animations in a tutorial framework teach the basics of how DNA is put together and how it works to make life possible. Find out more...
Purchase online and download to get started now!

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