EDA’S STUDENTS CONTRIBUTE TO SUCCESSFUL OUTREACH PROJECT

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“When I decided to take part I was actually expecting something less fun than this. It was great that this show was so fun and informative / educational at the same time. Both the pupils and myself had a lot of fun on every show.” –  Christina Komliki (Student Engineer)

If you haven’t read this article on our show ‘The biggest rocket ever built’ on the University of Kent’s website then click here to read more

 


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