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Students will learn about the physics, biology and engineering behind Summer Olympic games and the training involved in preparing for the Olympic games. The product includes reading passages, comprehension questions and a hands-on engineering challenge.
What makes your muscles 'electric'? In this activity, students work as exercise physiologists to analyze a case study of a hamster nanogenerator to determine that muscles, including those in the human body, create electric fields. Students then apply this information to create a plan for a nanogener