RAFT inspires Stanford student to design hands on Activity Kit for children with special needs

When I first walked into my ‘Perspectives in Assistive Technology’ class at Stanford, I didn’t know what to expect. I didn’t know much about assistive technology, except for what I’ve learned growing up with my younger autistic brother, and I didn’t have...

Science fairs: Nurturing the 21st century thinker

3D Tessellation modelA bespectacled 6th grader enthusiastically explains ‘efficiency of 3D space tessellations’ with myriad equations and handmade tessellation patterns to address the needs of the packaging, storing, shipping and construction industry.Another middle...

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