This is a great conclusion to a unit about cell biology, genetic engineering, or cellular engineering. Students are asked to program a robot to solve a challenge mat modeled after a real world problem that might be solved by cellular engineering. Students are also asked to do background research about the biology that their challenge is modeling and present what they learned about its biological significance. They then also present a robotics presentation, including a demo of their completed program.

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