“It was an incredible experience,” said recent DSST graduate and Stapleton resident Nathan Lepore after returning from his recent trip to Rwanda. “It made me feel like a part of the global community.”
When it was an airport, Stapleton hosted a three-pronged National Weather Service (NWS) office: an upper atmosphere weather balloon program; a weather forecasting office; and weather observations related to the airport.
It wasn’t long ago that Stapleton resident and recent Denver School of Science and Technology graduate Nathan Lepore knew nothing about building drones.
The new MaxFlight simulator at Wings Over the Rockies gives visitors their own wings.
In a time-bridging partnership, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science teamed up with Children’s Hospital Colorado to scan two mummies and a sarcophagus.
The University of Denver is conducting a study to see if humanoid robots improve recognition of facial expressions and eye gaze in kids with autism.