TECH TOOLS FOR MATH AND SCIENCE:
Mathematica Online: https://ecok.libguides.com/faculty/technologies
Science Labs: Citizen science on iNaturalist (https://www.inaturalist.org/) and Zooniverse (https://www.zooniverse.org)have great projects that allow students to gather and sort data, and can be transformed into labs as well.
Lab kits: Companies, such as Hands-On Labs (https://www.holscience.com/) and eScience Labs (https://esciencelabs.com/), provide assembled kits or Carolina (https://www.carolina.com/), allows you to assemble a kit for a lab you’ve designed and then have students purchase the kit.
Simulations: PhET (https://phet.colorado.edu/) simulations and the simulations found on the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s BioInteractive (https://www.biointeractive.org/) website as free resources for an intro lab class.