LANHAM, Md. - This week the Maryland Summer Center for Space Engineering: Robotics kicks off. It's a program for students entering grades 7th through 9th that are interested in science, technology, engineering and math.
Students will design, build and test robots using censors to conduct missions. The students will also have the chance to meet astronauts, engineers and others in the science field.
The program gives them a chance to learn about stem careers. The program starts on Monday and runs through July 24th from 8:30am to 3:00pm at The Howard B. Owens Science Center in Lanham, Maryland.
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