Kendrick Castillo, student, dead in rampage

By |June 5th, 2019|Robotics|

[ad_1] Kendrick Castillo – only days from graduation – acted fast inside of his British literature class at a suburban Denver school Tuesday afternoon. And he paid with his life. When a gunman burst through the door at STEM School Highlands Ranch, barking at students to stay in place and not move, Castillo, 18, rushed the shooter. [...]

Student Robotics Teams Pay Tribute At Service For Kendrick Castillo – CBS Denver

By |May 17th, 2019|Robotics|

[ad_1] HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. (CBS4) – As school shooting victim Kendrick Castillo’s casket was escorted into Cherry Hills Community Church on Wednesday, robotics teams from schools across Colorado lined the entrance. Each student stood in team T-shirts alongside their robots. (credit: CBS) “There’s definitely a community with all the different robotics teams. Everyone gets along [...]

Northeastern University student Conor Messer will use his Fulbright Scholarship to design a robot to perform minimally invasive cardiac surgery in Abu Dhabi

By |May 16th, 2019|Robotics|

[ad_1] Ever since he can remember, Conor Messer has found himself drawn to the peripheries of his comfort zone. Raised in inner-city Denver, it wasn’t unusual for him to cross paths with people who didn’t look anything like him in his neighborhood, at church and at school. Years later, as a student at Northeastern, Messer [...]

The Lookout: Robots at Great Sand Dunes, presumptive CU pres controversy, student reading bill criticized, onion shortage fears and more Colorado headlines

By |April 16th, 2019|Robotics|

[ad_1] It's that time again, Lookout readers — the first day of a full week of Lookouts in your inbox. The weekend weather I experienced was even nicer than I saw predicted, and I hope yours was just as nice. Got my Jeep back after a faulty throwout bearing and a few other things were [...]

Seniors use robotics to build student interest | News, Sports, Jobs

By |April 1st, 2019|Robotics|

[ad_1] Hamilton-Fulton-Montgomery engineering technology seniors Kacy Dominique and John Hayes, both of Broadalbin-Perth, and HFM math teacher Ryan England, right, teach a technology teacher how to build a Trilobot robot at the New York State Technology and Engineering Educators Association Conference on March 21. (Photo submitted) JOHNSTOWN – Seniors in the engineering [...]

University of Arkansas Student Creates One-of-a-Kind Robot System

By |March 30th, 2019|Robotics|

[ad_1]  Canon Reeves, a student at the University of Arkansas and CEO of his own company, MORE Technologies, began building robots when he was 14-years-old. Since then, he’s increased his knowledge of robotics, but he still remembers what it was like to create his first robot from scratch. “What I enjoy most about robotics is [...]

CDT-Neuro student leads team to win £10K Robotics & Innovation prize | Imperial News

By |March 22nd, 2019|Robotics|

[ad_1] A team led by CDT Neurotechnology student Irene Mendez-Guerra have won the Robotics and AI track of the VCC competition, receiving a prize of £10K. Irene Mendez Guerra (CDT Neurotechnology), Ben Lakey (Mitt and Imperial alumni), Ivan Vujaklija (Prof. Aalto University and former Imperial associate) and Dario Farina (Chair Neurorehabilitation Engineering, Imperial) have created [...]

St. Joseph Health Systems hosts student robotics competition

By |March 4th, 2019|Robotics|

[ad_1] Students stepped up their game for round two of Saint Joseph Health System's robotics challenge Saturday afternoon. Fourth through eighth graders are able to be a part of the competition, where 200 students build custom robots that they compete against each other with in various games. The winning team gets to be doctors for [...]