Building moon rovers in school
In addition to working on newest technologies, dealing with very challenging problems, and possibly winning large prizes, we have always seen supporting science education and creating enthusiasm for the things people can do with science as one of the reasons all of us put so much effort into this project. This is our latest endeavor to put more STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education in schools:
In conjunction with our current Remote Rover Experiment, where we seek funding to construct a lunar surface testing ground for our rovers, we are offering for up to three school classes to get an inside look at the building, assembling, running, debugging, data collecting and analyzing we are going to do for the experiment, and maybe participate in it as well.
Interested school classes should apply at our form. All school classes can apply, though we can only facilitate site visits for classes near Berlin, Germany. We look forward to your applications.
The Part-Time Scientists
A German version of this blogpost can be found on our Website