STEAM project offers new way to enjoy science at MSUB
BILLINGS, Mont. -
Scholars with the Robert Noyce teacher scholarship program designed an LED light show using their knowledge. The Noyce STEAM project combines computer coding with art The outcome is a synchronized light show created from hundreds of LED bulbs on strips. "Our project, we're with a program for math and science educators, so we really got on board with the idea of 'steam' and incorporating art into math and science. We did this whole project using computer programming," said Mary Owen, NOYCE Scholar. The project is made possible by the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Program, a division of the National Science Foundation.