Young Engineers Build a Robotic Bridge to Reach Seniors | NYU-Poly
“Each year, FIRST issues a real-world problem that can be solved through robotics—LEGO robotics, to be specific. Thousands of students ages 9-14 take up the challenge, competing in local qualifying tournaments around the country with the hope of advancing to the final games this spring. This year’s task, themed “Senior Solutions,” tested students’ abilities to improve quality of life for seniors.”
Glossary of engineering – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This glossary of engineering terms is a list of definitions about the fundamentals of engineering, its sub-disciplines, and related fields.”
Numberphile: a series of numberly videos
“What it is: Numberphile is a series of “numberly” videos by Brady Haran. This is the same guy behind some other great projects including periodicvideos and sixtysymbols. These videos reveal some of the mystery behind numbers and math in fun, short snippets! I could give a long, drawn out explanation about the site…but really, you should go have a look and play a few videos.”
1 | A Robotic Fish To Test Our Dirty Waters | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation
” the Gliding Robot ACE (GRACE) can travel a long way on little energy, and it may just help beach managers and environmental agencies keep an eye on oceans and inland waterways. She’s a bit like the robotic tuna, and the robotic sea turtle we’ve covered previously–only redder, and, perhaps, a little less animal-like.
The unmanned vehicle has two ways of moving.”
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