We encourage you to host a virtual event, or celebrate at home with your family group. Please check the state guidelines before considering a Robotics Week event.
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Build a robot, draw a robot, code a robot with your friends. There are no rules other then to share the excitement of robotics with your friends, family, or community. Share with us how you will be celebrating!
Join us as we learn about dancer and roboticist, Catie Cuan. Cuan combines her passion for dance, and robots, to investigate ways of helping people feel more comfortable around machines (or robots), especially in medical settings. We’ll celebrate Cuan’s accomplishments as we create dynamic drawings using simple DIY robotic contraptions made of motors, markers, tape, and a variety of recycled and repurposed materials. Set your machine in motion and watch it leave a trail of unexpected patterns.
This program is made possible in part by a IF/THEN® Gender Equity Grant, a program created in partnership between the Association of Science and Technology Centers.
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The Cambridge Science Festival, the first of its kind in the United States, is a celebration showcasing the leading edge in science, technology, engineering, art, and math (STEAM). A multifaceted, multicultural event, the Festival makes science accessible, interactive and fun, highlighting the impact of STEAM in all our lives.
Cambridge Science Festival website
Cambridge Science Festival
What better way to celebrate School Library Week & Robotics week thank to READ ABOUT ROBOTS?! We paired read aloud with some online activities and provided additional digital resources for follow-up fun and learning.
School Library Week and Robotics Week website
Bedford Public Schools
Celebrate National Robotics week with a special storytime all about robots. Participants are welcome to dress in their pajamas. Registration is required to obtain the Zoom link. Please call the library at 508-946-2470 or email email@example.com to sign up.
Robot Storytime website
New England Innovation Academy, a new school serving students in grades 6-12, is thrilled to celebrate National Robotics Week with an inspiring conversation between Alyssa Vallese, former youth robotics competitor and volunteer turned robotics engineer, with two aspiring roboticists and current VEX IQ competitors, Phoebe and Chloe Burke, in 7th and 6th grade respectively.
At NEIA, we encourage students to discover their passion and find purpose by connecting with the community and seeking guidance from those around them. We intend to offer a competitive robotics experience at NEIA and are delighted to help students make connections to expand their understanding of engineering and science careers.
At this virtual event, Phoebe and Chloe will have an opportunity to interview Alyssa to learn more about her experience as a robotics competitor turned engineer and gain insights to inform their own career aspirations.
Discovering a Passion for Robotics by NEIA website
New England Innovation Academy
MassRobotics has teamed up with Tufts University’s Food & Nutrition Innovation Institute to host our Robots in the Food Industry event on April 13 from 2:00-4:30 p.m. EST. Please join us to get unique insights from food industry experts at Grimmway Farms, Jacobs Farm Del Cabo, General Mills and Tysons and hear from over a dozen robotics companies about the solutions they are working on.
How Robots and AI are Transforming the Food Industry website
In this interactive virtual session, New England educators will explore how to bolster team-oriented projects with digital fabrication tools, like waterjet cutters and 3D printers, to create high-strength custom parts for robotics projects. The event will start with a demonstration and then open up to a collaborative discussion among educators. How are we teaching students to incorporate design and manufacturing as they build their Vex or First Robotics systems? What are some starter projects that will get students comfortable with using the manufacturing tools?
Demo & Discuss with New England Educators: Creating Custom Parts for Robotics Projects website
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