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1. (10-15 min) Choose one of the following options to explore how understanding atomic and molecular structure allows scientists to learn new things and make new materials. o Option A: Soft Robotics Watch these videos demonstrating a soft robotic crawler and gripper . ( ) ( ) Watch this video explaining how these soft robotics work (it's kind of corny, but does a good job explaining this). ( ) o Option B: Nano- and Micro-fabrication Watch this video introducing the process of nano-fabrication. ( ) o Option C: Superconductors Watch this video about levitating superconductors. ( ) o Option D: Carbon nano-fibers Watch this video about making carbon nano-tubes. ( ) Watch this video about spinning nano-tubes into long bundles (like thread).
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