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Can You Copperplate?

Students work in teams to develop a chemical system to add a layer of copper to another metal product.

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Chair Lift Challenge

Students explore how engineers work to provide safe transportation options in different environments and climates.

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AGE LEVELS:

8 - 18

CATEGORIES:

Engineering Design, Motion and Forces

Choose Your Best Way

Students learn how to solve a real problem in computer with the help of discrete mathematic models.

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AGE LEVELS:

8 - 18

CATEGORIES:

Computing, Mathematical Applications, Technology

Classroom Paper Recycling

Students learn about how chemical engineers and others work together to create recycled paper.

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Clipper Creations

Students design and build a working model of a nail clipper.

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Complexity -- It's Simple

Students gain an intuitive understanding of complexity and runtime of algorithms.

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AGE LEVELS:

14 - 18

CATEGORIES:

Computing, Mathematical Applications, Technology

Conveyor Engineering

Students explore how engineers have solved societal problems to move goods, materials, and people using conveyor systems.

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Cracking the Code

Students learn about how computer coding systems have impacted everyday life.

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AGE LEVELS:

8 - 18

CATEGORIES:

Engineering Design, Mathematical Applications, Technology

Design a Dome

Students learn about domes and work in teams to construct their own using everyday materials.

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Design and Build a Better Candy Bag

Student teams will design a candy bag, and predict the volume and strength of their design.

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