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SCIENCE MATTERS

November 18, 2015

  • Aired: 11/18/2015
  • 25:57
  • Rating: NR
Kids are challenged to robot using from a small motor, battery and head of a toothbrush. Stan Musial didn’t need brain sensors and advanced mathematics to hit, but that may be the future. Super-strong, super-thin material graphene won 2 scientists a Nobel Prize, but now the challenge is how to use it. In the 1920s, technology made it possible to travel one end of the country to the other.
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Kids build a robot, hitting instruction, graphene, 1920s travel technology.
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