Day 7: July 11th
Students began the morning with an lesson electromagnetic induction followed by an exploration of magnetic behaviors in the lab. After lunch, students met with a group of incredible graduate students from Penn and were able to ask questions and learn about the path to Penn. Later in the afternoon, students worked in an interactive classroom to learn how to build circuitry that included pusling circuts and sensing circuits.
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A spinning magnet induces an alternating current in a wire.

A ring's motion is altered by an induced current (short video).

A small transformer is created from coiled wire to light a small bulb.