FIRST® Inspires 78,000 Students Worldwide to Reach New Heights with FIRST® Tech Challenge SKYSTONE Presented by Qualcomm
More than 7,800 Teams of Students Tackle New Challenge Focused on Developing Sustainable Cities During 2019-2020 Season
More than 15,000 Students from 40 Countries Competed with Team-Built Robots and Showcased Innovation Skills with Support from Presenting Sponsor Qualcomm and Other Global Brands
More Than 69,000 Students Worldwide to Explore Teamwork and Advanced Technology with FIRST® Tech Challenge ROVER RUCKUS Presented by Qualcomm
7,000 Teams of Students Tackle New Space-Themed Robotics Challenge During 2018-19 Season
FIRST® Kicks Off World's Largest Celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math for Students
This week, more than 15,000 students from around the world traveled to Houston, putting their innovation skills to the test at the annual FIRST Championship Presented by Qualcomm Incorporated, held at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Minute Maid Park and Discovery Green.
International Robotics Contest Inspires and Challenges Students
Celebrity Engineer Grant Imahara to Attend
Full Details of FIRST STRONGHOLD Game Unveiled to More than 75,000 High-School Students Worldwide at the 2016 FIRST® Robotics Competition Season Kickoff
Ross Miller for The Verge: Lego's entry-level robotics set is getting an overhaul. The brickmaker today is announcing WeDo 2.0 for elementary classrooms, which will both teach science-related concepts and, more importantly, let children build and program Lego robots. Designed to teach engineering and science, Lego Education's WeDo 2.0 kits contain about 280 Lego pieces, which also includes motion / tilt sensors and a motor. The new version eschews USB tethering for Bluetooth LE-powered "smarthub" brick that connects the sensors to a tablet or PC / Mac app. (The new version also has a more cohesive, more appealing color palette for all the bricks.) Each app includes a set of lessons, which tie in science concepts with a classic Lego construction manual. WeDo has a very simple drag-and-drop coding interface that lets students (or, to be honest, very enthusiastic adults) program basic functions. You can also, of course, just ignore the instructions entirely and build / program your own pastel robot. Cont'd...
FIRST LEGO League and Junior FIRST LEGO League Task 267,500 Children Worldwide to Learn About How Trash Affects Our World
Girls on Fire, the Triads first all-girl robotics team is recruiting new members to join this talented, spirited and driven group of young women.
ISA and Automation Federation take part in annual FIRST Championship, an international celebration of young people's interest in science and technology
This years championship event drew more than 900 student teams from 40 countries around the world.
Inventor Dean Kamen, U.S. Chief Technology Officer Megan Smith, and Distinguished Guests Recognize Student Leaders at FIRST Dean's List Award Ceremony
Winners from California; Florida; Iowa; Louisiana; Maryland; Massachusetts; Michigan; Minnesota; Missouri; New York; Ohio; Oklahoma; Oregon; Pennsylvania; Texas; Montreal, Quebec, Canada
2015 FIRST Championship, set for this week April 22-25 at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis.
Students From China, New Zealand, Singapore, And The United States Crowned Champions Of VEX Worlds 2015 - The Largest Educational Robotics Competition In The World
Over 15,000 Students From Around the World Gathered in Louisville, Kentucky!
Consumers Energy Launches Generation Genius Project to Inspire Students to Explore Robotics, Science Fields
Students from Michigan Heading to St. Louis for World Competition
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