by Ben Tzion Zuckier (’17)

This Monday, MTA’s scientific engineering classes ventured to TABC in Teaneck to present their projects at a special Science Fair. For the past two months, the students in Mrs. HLZack’s class have been creating their ideas; projects ranged from self-making beds to a functional ping-pong cannon. At the event, a Canadian engineer spoke on the topic of anthropomorphic exoskeletons for rehabilitation, and other wearable devices to monitor the well-being and gait of elders and children. Then, both schools admired their projects, shared their ideas and enjoying the creativity of their peers. The program was educational and exciting; MTA looks forward to participating again next year.


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