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Kent County Group Helps Develop The Next Generation Of Scientists

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LEWES, Del - On Wednesday a group of students who are part of the Kent County based Cyber Streets program received a hands-on experience in robotics. The session took place at the University of Delaware - Lewes Campus.
 
They received guidance from members of its oceanography department. Education was only one part of the agenda. "The younger we can grab students and help spark that fire and flame for technology and scientific engineering development the better we can be," University of Delaware Associate Professor of Oceanography Art Trembanis stated.
 
Science is the driver of Cyber Streets. They do provide educational materials for communities with limited resources.  In addition to help develop that next generation of scientists, they also bring students to settings where they can see and help apply scientific principals.
 
"It is an expectation and a lifestyle they can live up to and grow into a technological workforce to contribute to our future," Cyber Streets Founder Robert Bentley said.
 
For those interested in Cyber Streets, a learning session is scheduled to hold a lesson on July 29th at the Selbyville Library.
 
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