Middle and high school students spent a little more than four weeks this summer at McKinley Technical High School in Washington, D.C., developing the programming and modeling for a prototype of an educational computer game called Immune Attack 3.0.

Last year the students used the free educational game to learn, by aiming to make science fun and engaging for students. This year, they're putting their programming and modeling skills to the test to help the Federation of American Scientists (FAS) update the game.

"Lots of schools are using games to teach their students," said Rick Kelsey, director of science, technology, engineering, and...

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