A robot battle on the ground, drones flying in the air, and 3D printing competitions rounded out the STEM Expo Saturday at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
The event included 150 exhibits and competitions for elementary to high school students throughout the Dallas ISD, CBS DFW reported.
The expo is designed to get students excited about STEM curriculum, which focuses on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. According to the district, its the largest STEM-focused event in the state.
DISD already has the 2018 event set for Jan. 20.
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