Penola students assess inter-planet travel

STEM FUTURE: Penola High School Year 10 students spent time this year taking part in UniSA’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Innovation Experience.

PENOLA High School Year 10 students have been involved in UniSA’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Innovation Experience (STEMIE) from the start of Term 3.

Students were divided into four groups to work on STEM tasks associated with travelling to Mars and traversing its surface.

The program culminated in a showcase held at the UniSA campus in Mount Gambier where six students from each of five schools presented their work.

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