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ASU Open Door Polytechnic 2019

Robots and 3D printing. Virtual reality and lasers. Solar power systems and jet engines. Rocketry and flight simulation.

Those were only a few of the attractions that provided more than enough opportunities to fill an afternoon with interactive fun and learning at Arizona State University’s Open Door at the Polytechnic campus on February 2.

Hundreds of parents with their young children, along with elementary and middle schoolers and people of all ages toured research labs, watched demonstrations of new and innovative technologies and joined in games and other hands-on activities.

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering partners in the event, which welcomes Open Door visitors to experience the broad and enthralling spectrum of pursuits in the technical, social and natural sciences, as well as engineering,  and the cultural and artistic endeavors that make up ASU’s vibrant educational environment.

  • Ike F. (left) takes charge of the controls of a remote flight simulator in The Polytechnic School’s Aircraft Structures Lab. Photographer: Erika Gronek/ASU.

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