In Spain, DIY drones help entice students to study science and tech

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Spanish startup Bonadrone aims to revolutionize the way science, math and technology are taught in schools and is disrupting the drone sector by enabling users to customize their own 3D-printed drones

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The brainchild of five childhood friends from a small Catalan town, Barcalona-based Bonadrone has developed the first DIY drone kit created entirely by 3D printing. Still in the early stages of funding, Bonadrone is combining two technologies that are primed to have a huge impact on daily life. Its products are already being trialled by educators and are available for sale to the public, who are invited to give feedback towards development. Bonadrone is promoting its products as customizable drones with multiple functionalities. It hopes its DIY drones will provide a much-needed boost to teach...
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