Mini robots get to work in the KRQE studio

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A local science museum activates mini robots to demonstrate new technology.

Whether for the seasoned engineer or a child, Ozobot Bit can be as fun or challenging as anyone makes it. The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History presents the easy-to-program Ozobot Bit, which is controlled by simply drawing lines and color segments.

NMNSH is also currently hosting the “Science is Everywhere” Summer camps for children. These themed, week-long camps take place through August 11, and are designed to be both highly educational and fun for all.

For more information on the museum or the Summer camps, visit the NMNSH website.