From Our Editors
STEAM Science and Robotics Partners Inc makes a point to distinguish itself from STEM. That's because, aside from science, technology, engineering, and math, the company's day camps work in a touch of art: the point isn't just to solve problems, but also to get creative. During sessions, children build imaginative projects such as moving artworks, individually controlled robots using carefully placed motors, circuits, and infrared sensors, or aerodynamic quadcopter drones. The end result is a dynamic creation—flowers that rustle in the wind, perhaps, or butterflies that tap dance—which children can enter into an art display or a racing, dancing, or battle-bot challenge.