Hacking STEM

¿What is Hacking STEM?

Hacking STEM is a movement started by Microsoft with the objetive to create educative plans based on projects to visualize data through the educative program of science, tecnology, engineering and maths (STEM)

Arduino projects

Telegraph

How to use electricity to communicate

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Seismograph

How to use computational thinking to understand earthquakes

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Measuring topography with Lego

How to use the Pythagorean theorem to make topography measures

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Measuring topography

How to use the Pythagorean theorem to make topography measures

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Robotic hand

How to build machines that imitate humans

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EC Sensor

How to analize the water quality to understand human impact on it

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Windmill and Wind turbine

How to convert kinetic energy into mechanical energy

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Sonar

How to locate objects under water

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Brain Impact Simulator

Build a model to visualize what happens when the brain collides with the skull

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Joystick

Make a paper shark and a joystick to control a digital shark surfing a virtual ocean

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Micro:bit projects

Telegraph

How to use electricity to communicate

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Seismograph

How to use computational thinking to understand earthquakes

Go to project
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Robotic hand

How to build machines that imitate humans

Available soon
Buy kit
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EC Sensor

How to analize the water quality to understand human impact on it

Available soon
Buy kit
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Windmill and Wind turbine

How to convert kinetic energy into mechanical energy

Go to project
Buy kit
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Sonar

How to locate objects under water

Available soon
Buy kit
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Brain Impact Simulator

Build a model to visualize what happens when the brain collides with the skull

Go to project
Buy kit
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Joystick

Make a paper shark and a joystick to control a digital shark surfing a virtual ocean

Go to project
Buy kit
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Kits Hacking STEM

We make available the necessary materials to develop Hacking STEM projects packed in one kit by project, it's content will let you start working right as you receive it. We recommend one kit for four to five students.