Students discover the wonder of science
Dancing robots and solar stoves got showcased on Tuesday as the Bermuda High School wrapped up a week of science.
Recovered materials from the Tynes Bay dump were turned into stoves, while other students put together robot cars able to carry out a range of movements ó and culminating in a robot war.
BHSís 3-D printer was used to design a model boat, with the real thing then built and tested out on the waters of Shelly Bay.
Students also learnt how to design, create, market and sell marine-inspired jewellery, with help from Alexandra Mosher and Rebecca Little.
The science fair was the end of the schoolís second annual Steam week, for science, technology, engineering, art and maths.
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