The Lab is Always Open
Keep all students engaged with our flexible, interactive lab simulations designed to improve comprehension and confidence anytime, anywhere.
McGraw Hill Virtual Labs offers over 135 accessible lab simulations to support your science courses, including Anatomy & Physiology, Biology, Microbiology, Nutrition, Chemistry, Physics, Medical Assisting, and more.
Enhance Your Curriculum with Virtual Labs
Virtual Labs can be used for pre-lab preparation, online lab courses, post-lab review, make-up labs, or used with a textbook to bridge the gap between lab and lecture courses. With simple set up for instructors and easy navigation for students, our simulations and customizable pre- and post- lab assessment content create a genuine lab experience for all students.
Virtual Lab Buzz on Campus!
Brianna Miller from ASU says Virtual Labs gave her a realistic learning experience!
With Virtual Labs, I can create more efficient and effective in-person lab experiences and it frees me up to spend more time with students on other content."
Heidi Smith, Microbiology
Front Range Community College
Science Lab Radio Podcast
The Science Lab Radio Podcast gives you a chance to learn from your peers teaching science labs face-to-face, hybrid or all online. On this podcast, you will hear interviews from faculty across the globe. The goal is to leave you energized, excited, and empowered to make your lab the best it can be!
Listen to Science Lab Radio
Looking for Anatomy and Physiology?
Check out Anatomy & Physiology Revealed® APR is an interactive, customizable, and assignable dissection tool that enhances lab and lecture. APR contains all the systems covered in Anatomy & Physiology and Human Anatomy courses, including Body Orientation, Cells and Chemistry, and Tissues.
Learn More about APR
Get Started withVirtual Labs
Virtual Labs are assignable within McGraw Hill ALEKS and Connect, and also available as a stand-alone product from these disciplines: Anatomy & Physiology, Biology (Majors and Non-majors), Botany, Environmental Science, Genetics, Human Biology, Medical Assisting, Microbiology, Nutrition, Physics, and Physical Science.