Stem Guyana to stage national robotics contest in April

-in preparation for international competition

A collaborative initiative involving STEM Guyana and a number of state agencies will deliver the country’s first ever National Robotics Competition, Stabroek Business has been informed.

The disclosure was made to this newspaper by Karen Abrams, one of the co-founders of STEM Guyana, the organisation which, in July 2017, guided a largely inexperienced team to a highly creditable 10th place in the 164-nation inaugural First Global Games, a robotics competition held in Washington, D.C.

On Monday Abrams told Stabroek Business that she was proposing to collaborate with the Ministries of Public Telecommunications and Business along with the Department of Youth and other public and private sector partners and that the competition will be designed by two global partners, and My Robot Time…..

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