Monthly Archives: June 2019

Throwing a Ball

This project taught me about using Logger Pro efficiently, as well as how to work effectively with a group. Our group worked well with developing accurate functions to represent our respective throws, however, we could have used our time more … Continue reading

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China’s Unknown Social Crisis

China’s aging population is an issue thats roots precede even the 21st century, including the One-Child Policy, economic infeasibility, and societal mentality. While China is still amongst the fastest developing economies in the world, it’s aging society poses a dire … Continue reading

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Polymer Journal #5

I believe our most successful polymer was our 3rd prototype, consisting of both gelatin and water. During our testing process, our observations with the prototype were that it was grippy, oil-free, smell-free, and aesthetically pleasing. As each of our tests … Continue reading

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