In this course, students learn about the problem-solving process and innovation. They focus on the values of entrepreneurialism and innovation as they explore BlueTech careers. Students will investigate environmental problems in their own cities and take action to develop solutions. Students will use engineering practices to pitch their product design and rationale through a business plan to city officials that will raise awareness about alternative sources of energy that have a more positive impact on the environment.
How can innovations in energy be used to solve complex problems?
Combustion, Photosynthesis, Entrepreneurialism, Interdependency, Biofuel
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