SF startup uses to legos to build drones to help teach about STEM

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Drones are everywhere, especially as new rules have opened the floodgates of the drone world to science and industry.

Drones are everywhere, especially as new rules have opened the floodgates of the drone world to science and industry.

But they may not be like the ones Holly Kasun's company is selling. There $150 kit called Flybrix sells drones made of legos, which big fun for kids as they learn a little about physics and mechanical and electrical engineering along the way.

Watch ABC7 News reporter Jonathan Bloom's the full story in the video above.

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