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Professor / inventor expecting long week as robot powers through legendary triathlon course

And he’s off … Evolta Robot taking Ironman challenge

Professor / inventor expecting long week as robot powers through legendary triathlon course

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Robotics students invited to Kapolei event (July 22)

Robotics students invited to Kapolei event (July 22)

MEDIA RELEASE The Kapiolani Community College Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Summer Bridge Program has reserved the Wet ‘n’ Wild Hawaii Water Park to give the Summer Bridge students the opportunity to test their Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles. Event date: Friday, July 22, 2011 Event title: Kapiolani Community College STEM Program Wet ‘n’ Wild […]

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Hilo, Kohala, Waiakea, Kealakehe, Earl's Garage receive funds to boost programs

TMT powers up student robotics team

Hilo, Kohala, Waiakea, Kealakehe, Earl’s Garage receive funds to boost programs

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NASA and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are offering high school students the opportunity to design experiments that will be tested in space. 

The 2011 Zero Robotics challenge is a continuation and expansion of a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education program using bowling ball-sized spherical satellites aboard the International Space Station.

NASA and DARPA offer students chance to support future missions

NASA and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are offering high school students the opportunity to design experiments that will be tested in space. The 2011 Zero Robotics challenge is a continuation and expansion of a science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education program using bowling ball-sized spherical satellites aboard the International Space Station.

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Long-time veterans and brand-new rookies in the world of robotics will gather this summer to take part in workshops, informational sessions and camps in order to gain greater expertise in educational robotics. ‘A Summer of Robots’ features several workshops hosted by various schools including Baldwin High, Waiakea High and Kalani High robotics teams, just to name a few.

Robotics summer camp announced

Long-time veterans and brand-new rookies in the world of robotics will gather this summer to take part in workshops, informational sessions and camps in order to gain greater expertise in educational robotics. ‘A Summer of Robots’ features several workshops hosted by various schools including Baldwin High, Waiakea High and Kalani High robotics teams, just to […]

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Kealakehe High School robotics hoike (May 18)

Kealakehe High School robotics hoike (May 18)

MEDIA RELEASE Kealakehe High School’s robotics team will celebrate its year of success at a community outreach event 5-6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 18 at Kealakehe High School, M103. The team competed in its first Hawaii VEX championship tournament. The team placed first in Hawaii’s Robotics Competition and competed in two championships placing second at the […]

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Earl's Garage wins 'Spirit of Botball Award'

Earl’s Garage wins ‘Spirit of Botball Award’

MEDIA RELEASE During the seventh annual Hawaii Botball Regional Robotics Tournament over the weekend at the Hawaii Convention Center, 37 teams of middle and high school student competitors showcased their STEM skills in an exciting tournament including 105 seeding matches, a highly competitive double elimination bracket and 18 alliance rounds. Hanalani School finished as the […]

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The Hilo Waiakea Alliance were the overall winners in the underwater robotics competition and qualify for the international competition. Video and results of the event.

Hilo Waiakea Alliance tops in underwater robotics competition

The Hilo Waiakea Alliance were the overall winners in the underwater robotics competition and qualify for the international competition. Video and results of the event.

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Waiakea, Kealakehe robotics students head to championships

Waiakea, Kealakehe robotics students head to championships

MEDIA RELEASE Waialua High, McKinley High and Kealakehe High School robotics teams won this year’s FIRST in Hawaii Regional Robotics Competition, qualifying them to move on to the 2011 FIRST Robotics Championship at the Edward Jones Dome in St. Louis, Missouri, April 27-30. In all, six teams from Hawaii schools have secured spots in the […]

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Hawaii Electric Light Company congratulates the participants and winners of the Hawaii FIRST LEGO League tournament held on November 13 in Hilo. Sixteen teams from Hawaii Island elementary and intermediate schools participated in the tournament sponsored by HELCO.

HELCO congratulates young engineers

Hawaii Electric Light Company congratulates the participants and winners of the Hawaii FIRST LEGO League tournament held on November 13 in Hilo. Sixteen teams from Hawaii Island elementary and intermediate schools participated in the tournament sponsored by HELCO.

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The Big Island takes center stage in an international underwater robot competition.

2010 MATE International ROV Competition

The Big Island takes center stage in an international underwater robot competition.

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Teams of local middle and high school students competed today using underwater robots that they designed and built over the past weeks and months.  At the University of Hawaii at Hilo Student Life Center Pool, students used their underwater robots, known as remotely-operated vehicles (ROVs), to navigate the precarious terrain of active undersea volcanoes in a mock setting.

Hilo High and Highlands Intermediate advance to international underwater robotics competition

Teams of local middle and high school students competed today using underwater robots that they designed and built over the past weeks and months. At the University of Hawaii at Hilo Student Life Center Pool, students used their underwater robots, known as remotely-operated vehicles (ROVs), to navigate the precarious terrain of active undersea volcanoes in […]

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Thirty-one Hawai‘i student robotics teams from across the state will put their STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education to the test at the 2010 Hawai‘i Regional Botball Tournament Saturday (May 1).

Hawaii student robotics teams address simulated environmental disaster

Thirty-one Hawai‘i student robotics teams from across the state will put their STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education to the test at the 2010 Hawai‘i Regional Botball Tournament Saturday (May 1).

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Ka‘u High School is in Atlanta, Georgia for the FIRST Robotics Championship. The teams continue qualifying matches through noon on Saturday, at which time alliances will be selected for the division finals, followed by the championship finals.

Ka‘u team in Atlanta for 2010 FIRST Robotics Championship

Ka‘u High School is in Atlanta, Georgia for the FIRST Robotics Championship. The teams continue qualifying matches through noon on Saturday, at which time alliances will be selected for the division finals, followed by the championship finals.

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