New Digital Science Device Debuts at NSTA 2015

This week PASCO® Scientific introduces the newest addition to its line of solutions for hands-on, inquiry-based science: the SPARK Element. PASCO will debut the handheld science learning device this week at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 2015 National Conference, which runs March 12–15 in Chicago.

The SPARK Element is a water-resistant, portable device designed for the science classrooms. The Android-based handheld is engineered with a multi-touch display and high-def camera, as well as USB, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth® connectivity. It comes pre-loaded with SPARKvue®, PASCO’s science learning application for sensor-based data collection, sharing, visualization, and analysis. SPARKvue is available in 28 languages, and with it students can connect science theory to practice as they design and carry out experiments, graph and analyze their data, and share their lab experience in real time.

The SPARK Element will be available in June 2015. For more information, visit