A makerspace is a space designed and dedicated to hands-on creativity. The key thing about the space is that students are actually making something. Creativity is sometimes idea generation, it’s sometimes problem-solving. In a makerspace, you’re actually going to create some kind of product. It could be a digital product. It could be a physical product. It's a space devoted to, differentiated and set up for making.
What is the science behind the cobra wave?
A long, interwoven lattice of popsicle sticks can release its stored energy in a visually impressive, propagating wave—a raised section of the structure akin to an angry cobra that spits out sticks as it moves. To explain the cobra-like shape, the researchers rely on elasticity theory, modeling the lattice as a uniform, continuous, and flexible material. They find that the shape depends on a competition between the recoil resulting from ejecting sticks—which keeps the raised section up—and the elastic and gravitational forces that pull it downward.
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