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Students will design and build a wearable prototype that would help to enforce the 2 m social distancing recommendation during the school day.
Learn how vaccines are developed, how they work and how some scientists in Canada are researching vaccines for COVID-19.
Rub... rub... rub... Can you feel the heat? Yes? It's friction! In this episode of ScienceXplosion, Eric learns how friction creates heat and can slow down moving objects. It's not magic, it's science!
Learn the fundamentals of technological thinking and robotic literacy and how it can be applied in elementary and high school.
Learn about DNA sequencing and the Sanger Sequencing method.
Learn about the risks of electromagnetic radiation near high-voltage power lines.