SensorFly Swarms Again in Science Magazine for Kids and Classrooms-Silicon Valley Campus - Carnegie Mellon University

SensorFly Swarms Again in Science Magazine for Kids and Classrooms-Silicon Valley Campus - Carnegie Mellon University

SensorFly Swarms Again in Science Magazine for Kids and Classrooms

Silicon Valley Faculty Pei Zhang and the SensorFly project were recently highlighted in Spigot, a science magazine geared toward kids and classroom learning.

Spigot Science Magazine aims to help children understand how and why the world works and to inspire young minds to be curious and thoughtful stewards of the world that will be theirs one day. In the current issue, kids are enticed to learn about bugs—with categories from science and math to arts and health.

The SensorFly project was included in an article about cybugs, robobees, and other human-made bugs.

Read the article (.pdf) on page 20 in the BUGS issue of Spigot.