First Robotics Buckeye regional returns to Cleveland

Sixty teams of high school students from Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York will square off March 24 through 26 at Cleveland State University’s Wolstein Center in the FIRST Robotics Buckeye Regional competition. The Buckeye Regional is supported by NASA’s Glenn Research Center.

Media attending the competition should stop by the media table located on the first floor to pick up a badge for access to the playing field. Students have been working with their mentors for six weeks to design a robot using a kit of parts and a standard set of rules. At the regional competition, teams will compete in a new robotics game, RAPID REACT, inspired by the future of high-speed transportation. Top teams will earn a spot to compete in the international FIRST Championships in April.

Glenn’s Office of STEM Engagement recently awarded grants totaling $25 thousand to nine Ohio teams:

Team 6355, Patriots, Erie County community team 6181, Cryptic Cyborgs, Northwest State Community CollegeTeam 128, Bobcats, Grandview Heights High SchoolTeam 8243, AstroCircuits, John Marshall School of Information TechnologyTeam 8222, Davis A&M Robotics, Davis Aerospace and Maritime High SchoolTeam 8140, RoboManiacs, MC2 STEM High SchoolTeam 6916, Iron Thunder, North Woods Career PrepTeam 4085, Technical Difficulties, Reynoldsburg High SchoolTeam 3324, The Metrobots, Metro Early College High School

This article was shared with Prittle Prattle News as a Press Release.
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