NEXTFLOW in school – learn how to fly by playing

Our PI Stefano Discetti, the NEXTFLOW team members Andrea Ianiro and Patricia García Caspueñas, and Alison Ponche from the Aerospace Engineering Research Group of UC3M, visited the CEIP Angel Gonzalez in Leganés last April 7th to propose an entertaining activity on paper airplanes. An amazing time spent with 5-year old girls and boys, all eager to have fun playing with aerodynamics!

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