Students help update 3-dimensional computer game

08/6/2009 | eSchool News (free registration)

Some students in Washington, D.C., spent part of their summer working to upgrade an educational computer game, "Immune Attack 3.0." Through a youth program, middle- and high-school students were able to help program the game, which features a three-dimensional view of the body's immune system.

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