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"I try to make sure that I create situations that have a little bit of intrigue, a lot of room to fail and [an understanding that] that’s what we expect to do! We expect it not to work the very first time. We expect it to be puzzling. We don’t expect to know it like a google answer. Because that’s where the mystery and the intrigue is--and that’s really where the skill of STEM and science comes in."