Micron in schools: Computer chip camps, virtual reality lessons coming for Onondaga County students – syracuse.com

Liverpool teachers get a taste of what virtual reality at Micron looks like during a staff day on Nov. 4 in the district. (Photo courtesy of Liverpool school district)
About 30 middle school students from about 40 miles outside of Boise, Idaho, took a trip to Boise State University last summer to learn about computer chips and what they do.
During the trip, which was free to the kids and paid for by Micron Technology, the students learned about semiconductors — the tiny chips that make smartphone, military systems and modern appliances work.
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