Yelm robotics team heading to state
YELM – It was designed to climb mountains, balance on teetering bridges and stop at the edge of a cliff.
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CT utilities offer robotics grants
High school students in Connecticut Light & Power and Yankee Gas service territories competing in the upcoming 2011 Connecticut FIRST Robotics Competition can now apply for grants to help fund their
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Holiday Fund: Gunn promotes green goals
by Karla Kane The Gunn High School Robotics Team, 50 students strong, works tirelessly January through March, meeting frequently to create award-winning robots. Hardworking high schoolers get awfully thirsty and hungry, and those frequent meetings equal a lot of thrown-out plates, cutlery and plastic water bottles — at least in seasons past.
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