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Podcast: Meet the NFL’s Biggest STEM Advocate
Off the field, Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Kelvin Beachum Jr. is a global ambassador for STEM education. He joins the Robotics Trends Show to discuss how to bring a quality STEM education to all children.
Education
Watch ARTI3 Ground Robot Conquer Stairs
Transcend Robotics' ARTI3 uses an upwards and downwards articulating joint between two motorized sections to overcome obstacles without flipping over, skilled human prepositioning or additional traversal software and electronics.
Education · Mobile Robots
5 Robots Seeking Your Crowdfunding Support
A roundup of the hottest robotics projects currently raising money on Indiegogo and Kickstarter.
Household · Personal Robots · Family Robot · Robot Fun · Drones · Education · Robot Kits
NASA Needs Your Help With a Space Station Robot
NASA needs help building a robotic arm for Astrobee, a free-flying robot the space agency is making to live aboard the International Space Station.
Education · Robot Arms
Customizable CellRobot is 100 Robots in One
We get hands on with CellRobot, a customizable modular robot that can be assembled in hundreds of different combinations to perform many tasks.
Education · Robot Kits
LEGO WeDo 2.0 Teaches Kids to Love Robotics
LEGO's WeDo 2.0 robotics kit comes with a number of Lego bricks and uses a drag-and-drop interface for writing basic applications. The kit also includes a Bluetooth Low Energy-based hub that connects to a motor, as well as motion and tilt sensors.
Education · Robot Kits
Robotics Gaining Momentum as Sanctioned High School Sport
The University Interscholastic League has partnered with FIRST and BEST Robotics to sanctioned robotics competitions that will culminate in two new statewide championships.
Education · Robot Competitions
Sphero, CWIST Partner on Robotics Educational Community
Sphero is using CWIST's web platform to power the SPRK Lightning Lab, an online educational community that teaches anyone how to program Sphero robots.
Education
PBS KIDS ScratchJr App Teaches Coding Concepts
Developed in collaboration with the MIT Media Lab and Tufts University, the PBS KIDS ScratchJr app helps children ages 5-8 learn coding concepts.
Education
10 Popular Robot Toys for Christmas 2015
Looking for the perfect robot toy for your child? Here are the hottest robot toys for the 2015 Christmas season that are entertaining and educational.
Robot Fun · Robot Toys · Education · Robot Kits
Nearly 100M Consumer Robots Will be Sold in Next 5 Years
According to a new report from Tractica, annual shipments of consumer robots will increase from 6.6 million units in 2015 to 31.2 million units worldwide by 2020, with a cumulative total of 96.7 million consumer robots shipped during that period. The fastest growth will occur in robotic personal assistants.
Household · Cleaning Robots · Personal Robots · Robot Fun · Robot Toys · Education
Parenting in the Tech Age: How Tech in the Classroom Will Impact the Playroom
By introducing STEM-learning concepts such as programming, coding and robotics, parents can open the doors of the maker movement.
Education
UC Davis Releases Free Tools for Teaching Robotics
The University of California, Davis has released free robotics and computing tools for teachers, including the RoboBlockly web-based simulator that uses a simple puzzle-piece interface to program virtual Linkbot and Lego robots. Constructing programs with blocks also generates code that can control real robots.
Education · Robot Kits · Robot Software
Meet Cannybots: 3D Printable Robot Cars Blowing Up on Kickstarter
New Cannybots robot race cars have launched on Kickstarter, combiningslot car racing with Lego-style assembly. Cannybots are 3D printable, open source Bluetooth-enabled toy cars that can be controlled using tablets, smartphones, and a Raspberry Pi.
Robot Fun · Robot Toys · 3D Printers · Education · Robot Kits
Robo Wunderkind Programmable Robot Kit Launches on Kickstarter
Robo Wunderkind, a new programmable robotics kit for kids, has launched on Kickstarter. The kit is compatible with LEGO blocks and connects to Android and iOS devices via Bluetooth. Once children have mastered the basics of coding, they can move on to program their robot with Scratch, a programming language for kids developed at MIT.
Education · Robot Kits

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