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Content posted in March 2014
Teen Invents Artificial Arm Controlled by Bluetooth-Powered Brain Waves
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3/28/2014  24 comments
Shiva Nathan, 15, built the prosthetic for his cousin in India, after she lost her arms in an explosion.
My Life as a FIRST Robotics Mentor
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3/25/2014  4 comments
When you experience the energy of FIRST through the students you’re mentoring, you discover that it’s one of the more fun things you can do with your spare time. I encourage you to find a team and help out. You’ll discover that the students who participate are first-rate, dedicated, responsible, and creative. And if you’re already involved with a FIRST team, thank you.
My Opinion on Walking the STEM Walk
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3/4/2014  19 comments
We are giving the First folks (and any associated parties) a mechanism to get their word out. If you're involved with First or have anything to say about the organization, let us know.




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