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Measuring the Wind

Students explore how anemometers record the strength of the wind and how this information is used to support society.

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Move That Lighthouse!

Students learn how structural, economic, and environmental factors must be evaluated before moving a lighthouse.

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Nano Waterproofing

Students learn about how nanotechnology has impacted manufacture and use of fabrics.

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Oil Spill Solutions

Students learn how engineers develop equipment and procedures to reduce environmental impact from oil spills.

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8 - 18

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Engineering Design, Environments and Resources

Pendulum Time

Students explore how the pendulum clock has proved to be a very accurate way of measuring time over the centuries. Students work in teams to build their own pendulum clock out of everyday items.

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Pipeline Challenge

Students learn how land and weather, distance, and materials to be transported impact engineering plans.

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AGE LEVELS:

8 - 18

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Engineering Design, Environments and Resources

Planting with Precision

Students explore how engineers have increased the effectiveness and efficiency of planting seeds.

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Playing with Parachutes

Students work in teams to design and build parachutes out of everyday items.

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Pollution Patrol

Students work in teams to design and build their own outdoor air pollution detectors out of everyday items.

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Popsicle Bridge

Students learn how bridges are designed to meet load, stress, and aesthetic challenges.

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