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Laser Classroom
Booth #211
1419 Main St. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55413
Laser Classroom creates resources, partner-
ships, and products to make teaching and
learning about Light, Lasers, and Optics clear,
easy, and affordable. Home of LASER Blox, the
stackable laser designed just for teaching and
Liti Holographics
Booth #410
300 Ed Wright Lane, Suite C
Newport News, VA 23606
Holograms are exciting and attention-grabbing
tools for teaching basic principles of light,
optics, diffraction, interference, and so much
more. Liti Holographics produces an easy-
to-use Hologram Kit that has everything you
need to make real 3D laser holograms in a
classroom, including “Instant Hologram” Film
Modus Medical Devices,
Booth #305
1570 North Routledge Park
London, ONT, Canada N6H 5L6
DeskCAT™ is an educational CT Scanner
designed for students to safely explore the
physics and principles of medical imaging in a
classroom or laboratory setting. DeskCAT’s™
scanner and software platform comes complete
with 10 scanning phantoms, 20 hours of lab
exercises and an unlimited software license.
OpenStax College
Booth #310
6100 Main St. MS-375
Houston, TX 77005
OpenStax College is a nonprofit organiza-
tion committed to improving student access
to quality learning materials. An initiative of
Rice University and made possible through the
generous support of philanthropic foundations,
OpenStax College provides free textbooks,
developed and peer-reviewed by educators to
ensure they are readable, accurate, and meet
the scope and sequence requirements of your
PASCO scientific
Booths #101,102,103,104
10101 Foothills Blvd.
Roseville, CA 95747
Join us to celebrate PASCO scientific’s 50th
anniversary in the exhibit hall. It was 50 years
ago when Paul Stokstad, founder and president
of PASCO, began to sell PASCO’s first Millikan
apparatus which he designed and built for a
school science project. Now PASCO has over
1800 products ranging from string to e/m ap-
paratus. As part of our celebration, we will give
away one 850 Universal Interface and a PASCO
Capstone Single License at each of our two
Booth #406
1 Lake St.
Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458
As the leading learning company in phys-
ics and astronomy, with trusted and tested
content and the most widely used and proven
physics homework, tutorial, and assessment
system available, our goal is to partner with
instructors, authors, and students to create in-
novative content and tools to improve student
Perimeter Institute
Booth #306
31 Caroline St. N.
Waterloo ONT, Canada N2L 2Y5
519-569-7600 x 5090
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics is an
independent, nonprofit charity, research insti-
tute whose mission is to make breakthroughs
in our understanding of our universe and the
forces that govern it. Such breakthroughs drive
advances across the sciences and the develop-
ment of transformative new technologies. Lo-
cated in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, Perimeter
also provides a wide array of research, training
and educational outreach activities to nurture
scientific talent and share the importance of
discovery and innovation.
Sapling Learning
Booth #202
211 East 7th St., 4th Floor
Austin, TX 78701
Created and supported by educators, Sapling
Learning’s instructional online homework
drives student success and saves educators
time. Sapling Learning provides content for
algebra- and calculus-based introductory
physics courses, as well as conceptual physics.
In addition to numeric and equation-based
questions, conceptual understanding is
measured using sorting, labeling, ranking,
multiple choice, and multiple select answer
types. To learn more, visit
Society of Physics Students
Booth #209
One Physics Ellipse
College Park, MD 20740
The Society of Physics Students (SPS), along
with Sigma Pi Sigma, the national physics
honor society, are chapter-based organizations
housed within the American Institute of Phys-
ics. SPS strives to serve all physics students
and their mentors with a chapter in nearly
every physics program in the country and sev-
eral international chapters. Sigma Pi Sigma,
with over 80,000 historical members, recog-
nizes high achievement among outstanding
students and physics professionals. SPS and
Sigma Pi Sigma programs demonstrate a long
term commitment to service both within the
physics community and throughout society as
a whole through outreach and public engage-
ment. Partnerships with AIP member societ-
ies introduce SPS student members to the
professional culture of physics and convey the
importance of participation in a professional
society. SPS and Sigma Pi Sigma support
scholarships, research awards, physics project
awards, outreach/service awards for under-
graduate students and a Summer Science
Research Clearinghouse, where thousands of
summer research positions are listed.
Spectrum Techniques
Booth #304
106 Union Valley Road
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
Spectrum Techniques, the leading supplier
of nuclear counting equipment and Exempt
Quantity radioisotopes, is pleased to announce
new application software for Windows 64-bit
and Macintosh OS-X operating systems. All
of our current instruments are now compat-
ible with the latest Windows and Macintosh
computers. Visit us at booth 304.
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