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Mean squared displacement is a standard biophysical tool for characterizing the motion of particles in a thermally dominated environment, yet it is rarely formally introduced or discussed in undergraduate curriculum. Here, we provide a flexible and adaptable experimental or computational lab activity that provides a practical introduction to mean squared displacement and anomalous diffusion that includes optional experimental protocols and computational simulation techniques for data collectiondoi:10.35459/tbp.2020.000157 fatcat:mp2f5bcj7fbfff2vpsprqcl6hi