4/17/19 Building a better reality

Building a better reality

Graham High School sophomore Shana Rone smiles as she listens to an FM radio she and Anijah Brickhouse made from a kit at STEM in Alamance County at Graham High School on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The after-school event was an official event of the 2019 N.C. Science Festival, presented by the Biogen Foundation and produced by the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center at UNC-Chapel Hill. Stations students were able to participate in included virtual reality, augmented reality, robots and 3D printing.

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Graham High School sophomore Shana Rone smiles as she listens to an FM radio she and Anijah Brickhouse made from a kit at STEM in Alamance County at Graham High School on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The after-school event was an official event of the 2019 N.C. Science Festival, presented by the Biogen Foundation and produced by the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center at UNC-Chapel Hill. Stations students were able to participate in included virtual reality, augmented reality, robots and 3D printing.

Western Middle Schooler’s Skyler Foxworth and Isabel Baker make slime by mixing white glue, a borax solution and colored water at STEM in Alamance County at Graham High School on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The after-school event was an official event of the 2019 N.C. Science Festival, presented by the Biogen Foundation and produced by the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center at UNC-Chapel Hill. Stations students were able to participate in included virtual reality, augmented reality, robots and 3D printing.

Western Middle Schooler’s Skyler Foxworth and Isabel Baker make slime by mixing white glue, a borax solution and colored water at STEM in Alamance County at Graham High School on Tuesday, April 16, 2019. The after-school event was an official event of the 2019 N.C. Science Festival, presented by the Biogen Foundation and produced by the Morehead Planetarium and Science Center at UNC-Chapel Hill. Stations students were able to participate in included virtual reality, augmented reality, robots and 3D printing.