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  1. BioSTEAM: Make an Interactive Polarized Light Visualizer!
  2. Lesson: Polarization
  3. Project: Polariscope
  4. Video: PHYSICS GIRL EXPERIMENT- Only some humans can see this type of light
  5. Video: How Bees See
  6. Student Example: Nature inspired industrial design sneaker by student
  7. Video: The world is poorly designed. But copying nature helps.
  8. Bats Use Polarized Light To Set Internal Compasses
  9. Tutorial: Ultrasonic Sensor HC-SR04 and Arduino Tutorial
  10. Video: Show Me Some Science! Polarization of the Sky
  11. Video: Pollinators Under Pressure
  12. Video: What Is Echolocation? | Earth Unplugged
  13. Project: Spy Tech- Polarized Hidden Messages
  14. Video: The Innovators Using Nature's Design Principles for Green Tech
  15. Video: Echolocation
  16. Student Example: Kaleidoscope
  17. Project: Polarized-Light Mosaic
  18. Video: Ecosystem services
  19. Citizen Science Resource: Bumble Bee Watch: participate in a citizen science project
  20. Video: 10 Ultrasonic Sensor Projects
  21. Kate Nichols: Color By Nano
  22. Video: What happens to bees during a solar eclipse?
  23. Video: What is Biomimicry?
  24. Video: Tour of the Electro-Magnetic Spectrum - Introduction
  25. Project: Invisible Art- Mosaics, Polarized Light, and 3D Glasses
  26. Article: Butterfly wings inspire a better way to absorb light in solar panels
  27. Article About Pollinators
  28. Article: Monitoring Solitary Bees Using Open Technology
  29. Citizen Science Resource: SciStarter- Science we can do together
  30. Project: Polariscope
  31. Samantha Lee: Universal Assembly Unit pulsing Light Pollination installation for iGuzzini
  32. Gilberto Esparza: Nomadic Plants
  33. Video: Wonderful experiment with polarized light
  34. Article: Not Just the Birds and Bees – 6 Fast Facts About Pollinating Bats
  35. Video: Food Security: What is the difference
  36. Define: What is Ecological Art?
  37. Video: Rio Fernando Park
  38. Project: Locating the Sun by Polarizing Sunglasses
  39. Article: Dung beetles have a surprisingly sophisticated way of navigating the world
  40. Project: Light and Optics: Building the impossible kaleidoscope
  41. Video: Hear My Nectar: Dish-Shaped Leaves Attract Pollinating Bats
  42. Project: Polarizing Cellophane Tape
  43. Video: Why is biodiversity so important? - Kim Preshoff
  44. Biomimicry: definition & examples (explained with drawings)
  45. Activity: Twisting light
  46. Video: Bell's Theorem: The Quantum Venn Diagram Paradox
  47. Radio: Fish Use Polarized Light to Disappear
  48. Define: Site Specific defined - From Goodbye-Art Academy
  49. Video: The Case for Land Art | The Art Assignment | PBS Digital Studios
  50. Video: Biomimicry Global Design Challenge 2015 - Jube
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