Word Count / Video Length: 345 / 0:33 mins
Researchers develop a small and highly effective depth sensor. Use this article to discuss with students the importance of biological adaptations in the development of new technology. It would be suited to students in years 5, 8, and 10 studying Biological or Physical Sciences.
Contextual numerical questions included.
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