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How Dry am I? Exploring Biomimicry and...
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This inquiry lesson teaches students about the properties of materials, specifically they will learn about superhydrophobic coated materials in contrast to uncoated materials. This contains a teacher's preparatory guide with lesson diagrams, pictures, material lists, and detailed procedures. Additionally, there is a student work sheet to guide students through preparing and completing the lab. There is also a document containing scanning electron images of lotus and magnolia leaves that could be used in an instructional presentation.
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Occupational Hygiene Principles
This resource from the Midwest Regional Center for Nanotechnology Education (NANO-LINK) is one of a series that introduces students to the the forces and...
Memory Metal
This resource from the Midwest Regional Center for Nanotechnology Education (NANO-LINK) is one of a series that introduces students to the the forces and...
Additive Manufacturing: Standard... PDF
This classroom module will give students "an introduction to the terminology used when using the coordinate system and testing methodologies for additive...
Viscosity of Household Fluids PDF
This classroom module will help students understand the process of viscosity testing and the behaviors of fluids though experiments with household materials....
Plant Parts: Roots, Stems, Leaves,...
This activity, from Hagerstown Community College, introduces students to plant parts with the use of a microscope or magiscope. The lesson can be tailored to...



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