Students learn the vast size differential of nanoscale compared to visible scale objects.

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How do you explore an extreme place that you cannot or should not go? Design, build, and test a way to study an extreme place that you'd like to explore but cannot go to because of extreme conditions.

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How do you study an animal that can't sit still? Design, build, and test a way to study an animal as it migrates.

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How do you prove a place is special? Design, build, and test a way to collect data about a place.

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How do you charge electronics in the field, without access to electricity? Solve a real-world National Geographic explorer problem and submit your solution, failure or success, to this challenge.

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How do you get a camera up high while you stay low? Solve a real-world National Geographic explorer problem and submit your solution, failure or success, to this challenge.

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How do you keep a camera safe from the jaws and paws of animals? Solve a real-world National Geographic explorer problem and submit your solution, failure or success, to this challenge.

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