NIAR in the News: Engineering expo teaches kids the fun of making things work

Source: Wichita Eagle
By Roy Wenzl
Nobody could fly in the fully functional but grounded sailplane that Harry Clayton was showing off. (Century II’s display room was big, but not that big.)

But plenty of kids were coming up to Clayton, a senior research engineer from the National Institute for Aviation Research, and asking about the aircraft.

“It’s important to show this off, because what’s walking in here today is our next generation of pilots,” Clayton said. Read more here: 

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