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Posted April 9, 2020

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Happy Robotics Week!

Happy National Robotics Week!

I think we can all agree that regardless of whether you work on robots for a living or simply read about them on the internet, robots are fascinating!

The options with robotics are endless there are so many applications! Delivery, medicine, space, surgery… the list goes on.

Here are some fun robotics resources to try out:

  1. Generation Robots: Educational Resources for Robotics by Level
    • You can find some great ideas and activities for different ages here.
  2. Rob-Bot Resources
    • Check out this site for problem solving challenges, card games and other activities, all robot related!
  3. Computer History Museum
    • An interesting timeline showing the robotics journey all the way from 1939 – 2015!
  4. 10 Amazing Real Life Robots
    • These robots will blow your mind!
  5. Robotics Blogs
    • Stay up to date with the latest robotics talk by tuning in to these awesome blogs.

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We hope you enjoy exploring these, let us know your favourite robotics resources, stories and experiences!

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