|FLL teams get the chance to play |
this year's robot game in a timed
Technical support was on hand to assist teams with design, building, and programming as well as subject expertise for the project presentations required as part of the competition. The City of University City sent an employee from Waste Management, and Washington University sent six subject experts to help with project research.
|Students get expert help on their research projects.|
|Members of the Brittany Woods team make adjustments|
to their robot.
|UCHS Robolions team members|
set up the FLL competition fields.
FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) was founded in 1989 to inspire young people's interest in science and technology. In 2015 FIRST programs will reach 400,000 students around the world through four leveled programs for kids K-12. FIRST kids are significantly more likely to attend college, major in science or engineering, and be outstanding future employees and citizens, For more information, please visit www.usfirst.org.