It is in the laboratory that physics students learn to practice the activities of scientists - asking questions, performing procedures, collecting data, analyzing data, answering questions, and thinking of new questions to explore.
Chemistry laboratory is designed to support and illustrate chemical concepts studied in the lecture portion of the course, as well as to introduce important laboratory techniques and encourage analytical thinking.
Biology studies life. One may think a biologist's work is all about growing plants and observing animals, the core of this discipline is more focused on much smaller structures: cells and genes. To do that, you need new technologies and complicated deviceswhich is provided in a biology lab.
Technology plays a major role in twenty-first century education. The new model of integrating technology into the curriculum means that computers are on demand throughout the school day. A well-designed computer lab is essential for imparting computer skills to allow a child to become exposed to new ways of thinking, using both their creative and logical thought processes.