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One-hour afterschool learning opportunity featuring databot™2.0 for Grades 6-8

Doolittle Institute, in conjunction with scientists and engineers from the Air Force Research Lab Munitions Directorate, is offering a one-hour afterschool learning opportunity featuring databot™2.0. This free, no-cost engaging hands-on learning journey features an introduction to the databot™2.0, a fun STEM experiment or two, and a conversation with a scientist or engineer on how they collect and analyze data in the lab every day!

What is databot™2.0?

databot™2.0 is a power-packed wireless, remote-ready scientific tool that instantly brings the world of data to life.  This multi-sensor tool packs 16 different science sensors, light and sound outputs, and is completely programmable and AI & Machine Learning enabled.  Unlimited experiments with these tools are at the user’s fingertips:  UV, sound, acceleration, CO2, gyroscope, air pressure, external temperature probe, altitude, magnetism, humidity, ambient light, color, gesture, and short- and long-range proximity sensors.


  • Location– TBD
  • Available Dates- April 11 and May 9 (2nd Tuesday of the Month)
  • Time- 3:30 – 4:30 PM
  • Grades 6-8