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How To Bake Sugar Cookies

How To Bake Sugar Cookies

By: Teddy Dehn, Journalist
Christmas is coming, and so are the cookies.
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Model of graphene structure by CORE-Materials.

Graphene and Its’ Applications

A material that is over two hundred times stronger than steel and a thousand times lighter than paper shouldn't really exist...right? Well, Graphene fits this description perfectly. Graphene has potentially became the material the changes the world. Businesses and industries around the world are trying to get their hands on graphene. But other than it's strength and size, graphene can be used as a conductor of heat and electricity.
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Glue by phot0matt is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0. To view a copy of this license, visit https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/?ref=openverse.

How Glue Works

By: Desmond Kraft, Journalist
In this article I will talk about some of the ways that glue works, as well as some examples. There are 2 main forces that make glue work: adhesive and cohesive forces.
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Transparent TV – Is it worth it?

In August, Xiaomi (in Beijing, China) released their new transparent tv. It is an OLED 55-inch tv with a 1920 x 1080 resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate. The complete list of statistics of the tv will...

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Our P.Os for the bridge

#BRIDGEBENCH – Purchase Orders

By: Damian Jerszuk

We presented our idea of having a bridge to our principal and we are now waiting for our parts to arrive. Our Home Depot purchase. Our Amazon purchase.

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Hydroflask

Hydroflask

By: Emily Keefe

Want to have all the VSCO girl essentials? Well, you'll have to start by getting yourself a Hydroflask. But, how is a Hydroflask engineered? Click on this link to see: https://www.hydroflask.com/explore/our-story/...

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Graph model of our Bridge

#BRIDGEBENCH – Planning

By: Damian Jerszuk

Today we are finishing our model of the bridge on graph paper. Next class we will be done and we will start our balsa wood model. This is our graph model of the Bridge Bench.

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Model Bridge

#BRIDGEBENCH – Directions

By: Damian Jerszuk

We are going to build a bridge that is 2 to 3 feet off the ground. One side has no railings where people can hang their feet off. The other side will be like the back of a bench so that the person sitting...

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Our balsa wood model

#BRIDGEBENCH – Balsa Model

By: Damian Jerszuk

Today we are making our balsa wood model that we are going to show the admins, so that we can have permission to build the bridge for the school. We might do some changes with the bridge. Bridge Bench...

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Project Update #10 - Building Beta Water Splitter - #WoodenPress

Project Update #10 – Building Beta Water Splitter – #WoodenPress

By: William Wong

In our last post we talked about how important it is to have a water splitter. We decided to build a water splitter but its not going to be our final model because this beta model has too many things...

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#ScrewPropulsion Day12 Installation of the Me Orion.

#ScrewPropulsion Day12 Installation of the Me Orion.

By: Fabricio Antezana Montano

Today we have accomplished the installation of the Me Orion to the robot. What we did first was use the spacers to hold the Me Orion on the chassis of the vehicle. Then we started connecting the motors...

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Project Update #8 - Whats the point of the small syringe and the tubing? - #WoodenPress

Project Update #8 – What’s the point of the small syringe and the tubing? – #WoodenPress

By: Jason Lim

So what really is the point of these materials? What are they going to do? There are definitely a lot of importance in these materials. They are the reason why the syringes compress the items beneath...

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