Competition is fierce, as 42 high school girls make-up the Bronx High School Robotics team, The Fe Maidens (pronounced “Iron Maidens”) and compete to win. These girls have discovered that they can get their hands dirty and take-on STEM-related challenges, competing “neck and neck” with boys, despite consistent messages that say, “you’re pretty good- for […]
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Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA) uses the American Innovation and Mentorship Agreement (AIM) to provide STEM opportunities and FIRST’s (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) innovative robotics-based programming to 3,000 Boys & Girls Clubs nationwide by 2015.
Last weekend and this weekend are the 2011 BEST Robotics competitions across the nation. BEST Robotics is a high school robotics competition designed to inspire students to pursue careers in STEM through participation in a sports-like science and engineering based robotics competition.
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