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Guyana’s first robot exhibition:

By Karen Abrams and  Leon Caleb

Watching the youngsters put the finishing touches to the arrangements for Guyana’s first National Robot Exhibition which takes place at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall tomorrow, Saturday June 24, we are inclined to reflect on the impact that the STEMGuyana project has made on the lives of hundreds, perhaps thousands of Guyanese youngsters. We have come a long way from the summer of 2016 when scores of wide-eyed children from various parts of Guyana including Lusignan, Buxton, Georgetown, Kuru Kuru and local high schools including President’s College, the Bishops and St Rose’s flocked the various centres, many of them out of no more than a healthy measure of curiosity. Tomorrow, some of those children will put their robot-making skills on display.…to continue reading this article, please subscribe.  Already a subscriber ? Sign In

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