SWE is hard at work on our second Constance and Nano—Engineering Adventure! It's the Society of Women Engineers' exciting comic book series that explores solving problems with science, technology, engineering, and math. Constance and Nano's next adventure is going to be all about aerospace engineering—and one lucky SWENexter was chosen to be a character in the story!
Seventh Grader Angel Chukwudi-Denis, 10, from Abuja, Nigeria is the winner of the United Technologies Constance & Nano Comic Challenge! She submitted the video below showing how she built a paper airplane that can carry cargo and glide more than ten feet. Congratulations Angel!
Constance & Nano Engineering Adventure!
Engineers are always finding creative, exciting ways to make our world awesome! Join Constance and Nano on their engineering adventures to see how fun solving problems with science, engineering, technology and math can be! Download their first adventure for FREE and share it with your friends, parents and teachers!
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