Software developers at BETT 2000, the education show, have been demonstrating a number of Mac-compatible products.
Crocodile Clips, which was voted most effective resource for science by the Fischer Family Trust, is now available for the Mac. And, a Europress spokesman said: "All future products are to be dual format."
Design Science announced it will launch it’s A-Level maths package MathType for the Mac this Autumn.
Other companies exhibiting at the show include: Softease, Cromwell, Semerc, Ransom, The Learning Company, Eurotalk and Humongous.