Sophisticated experiences and tools, made simple
When you pair the right tools with the right inspiration, potential is not only met—it grows. We believe this is true for teachers and students alike. Our next generation learning resources, professional development and hands on tools were designed to support cohesive, interactive STEM opportunities that connect your students with the world on an unprecedented level.
Let’s open a universe of opportunity
Run satellite experiments and collect real-world space-data from your classroom.
As the exclusive education partner of Spire, a worldwide leader in CubeSat technology, our tools come with space built in. Your in-class experiments and Arduino set-ups can be implemented and run on actual partner satellites in orbit. Expanding the reach of your students’ everyday learning turns it into exploration. And when that happens, a new world of possibilities becomes reality.Browse our experiments
Let’s do it together
STEM success takes a team — and we’re on yours
All of our learning resources map to Common Core and Next Generation Science Standards. We provide free ongoing lesson plans, videos, experiments and more to enhance your curriculum. Our team works with you to help design custom experiments. When you succeed with STEM integration, the future (and our kids) benefit. We’re here to help along the way.Browse our experiments
STEM Experiments in Action
The world is our laboratory. Create and conduct your experiments on Earth.
Use your imagination to create your own experiments that can be done in the environment around you. Try using one of our experiments from our learning resources or create one of your own and share with the community. We're all here to inspire the next generation of explorers, inventors, and scientists.Browse our experiments
Explore space from your classroom
When you order and Ardusat Space Kit or Classroom Kit you are one step closer to bringing space to your students. With the help of the Ardusat Support team you will be able to create lesson plans, develop experiments, and access data from active CubeSats.