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Funded by The Healthineers Fund of the Siemens Foundation

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In this activity, students will explore DNA as a code for biological traits and extract samples of DNA from the interior of living cells.
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In this activity students will experiment with how far sound travels naturally, as compared to how far it travels with satellite amplification.
- K–5

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In this activity, students will use paper chromatography to separate the colors in the dyes used to color candies.
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Students will create a case study to demonstrate how to incorporate smart city technology into an assigned city.
- 9–12

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Students will construct a coin battery and measure its voltage output. They will compare their battery’s voltage to that of traditional AA/AAA batteries and consider modifications to their battery so it produces enough power to light up an LED bulb.
- 9–12

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Students will work together to evaluate the effects of collaborative efforts between doctors and robotic technology that is providing advancements in the healthcare atmosphere.
- 9–12

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In this activity, students will construct color wheels and spin them to see that light colors combine to form new colors.
- K–5

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Students will design one or more unique levels of a maze game using a free online coding program.
- 9–12

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Students will investigate the technological application of quantum effects in cyber security.
- 9–12

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Students explore the basic components of vehicle design and learn about the conditions affecting Mars rovers. They design an improved Mars rover by defining a problem and proposing a solution in the form of improved design elements.
- 9–12

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After learning about the field of epidemiology and what the term “patient zero” means, students will participate in a whole group simulation that shows how quickly infectious diseases can be spread and work as a class to determine patient zero.
- 9–12

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Students will use geometric shapes to design a unique three-dimensional object that has an everyday use.
- 9–12

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In this activity students will examine fruits and vegetables in order to figure out which ones are really fruits, and what types of fruits they really are.
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In this activity, students will investigate how robots work including robotic parts and explain how energy is transferred to make different parts move.
- 9–12

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In this activity, students will gain an understanding of the value of using a scale model and the effect of water speed on erosion rate and stream formation.
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In this activity, students will conduct an investigation to create a bioplastic as an alternative to plastics we typically use as consumers.
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In this activity, students will design their own miniature golf hole and then determine the path along which a ball would travel to score a "hole-in-one."
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In this activity, students work in teams to develop a method for creating a mathematical model of the path of a ball. The teams measure the height from which a ball is thrown, and the time taken for the ball to reach the ground.
- 9–12