Karen Garcia

Student, Archer School for Girls, Computer Aided Design Lead

Student at Archer School for Girls, Computer Aided Design Lead

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A team of 42 students from The Archer School for Girls in Los Angeles have been working on a solution to a real-life problem: how to prevent wildfires from destroying homes.

High school students invent automated sprinkler system to fight wildfires

A team of 42 students from The Archer School for Girls in Los Angeles have been working on a solution to a real-life problem: how to prevent wildfires from destroying homes.

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