Children aged between 7 and 15 years old worked on projects dedicated to the study of biorobots and cyborgs. The students developed and programmed a gesture control glove, a manually controlled LED ring and other electronic devices. Camp participants also developed their knowledge on the principles of Java-based processing, Python language and Arduino robotics.
🇬🇧🤖 #Russian #STEM school in London introducing kids to #biorobotics and #cyborgs. 👩💻— Russia in the UK🇷🇺🇬🇧 (@RSGovUK) October 30, 2019
🇷🇺💻 Высокотехнологичный лагерь русской школы математики и программирования в Лондоне.
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Pupils aged between 4.5 and 7 years old studied such concepts as distance, time and speed, and studied maps. Future scientists learned about the scale of objects in the solar system by studying the distance from the Earth to the moon and the relationship between the sizes of the sun and other planets. The children also studied the Earth’s atmosphere, its protective functions, structure and height, as well as the fundamental role of water in the emergence of life on Earth.