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Open Roberta will be used to program BYOR

Open Roberta will be used to program BYOR

02/02/2017 - News, Projects

The Open Roberta project continues the Fraunhofer-Initiative "Roberta – Learning with Robots". School of Robotics is collabvorating with Open Roberta thanks to its collaborator, Lporenzo Daidone. Lorenzo, programmin Arduino, has just develop a library - that is a collection of resources used develop software - availabe to navigate robotics kit BYOR. Read more

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Arduino, Robot@scuola
Genoa, 11-12 of February 2017: Free courses on coding and educational robotics at FLL

Genoa, 11-12 of February 2017: Free courses on coding and educational robotics at FLL

04/02/2017 - Courses for Teachers, FIRST® LEGO® League

In the frame of the North-West Italian Interregional Turnaments of the FIRST® LEGO® LEAGUE (Genova, Istituto Nautico San Giorgio) School of Robotics offers free demos and laboratories for teachers, parents, and kids. More than 25 laboratories from coding to the "Zoo of Robots", to drones, underwater robots and studying animal behaviour. Read more

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Arduino, Design, Dissemination, FIRST® LEGO® League, Lego, NAO, European projects, Creative robotics
The Ascent of Mary Somerville in 19th Century Society, by Elisabetta Strickland

The Ascent of Mary Somerville in 19th Century Society, by Elisabetta Strickland

29/01/2017 - Lectures, Books

This biography traces the life and work of Mary Fairfax Somerville, whose extraordinary mathematical talent only came to light through fortuitous circumstances. Barely taught to read and write as a child, all the science she learned and mastered was self taught. In this delightful narrative the author takes up the challenge of discovering how Somerville came to be one of the most outstanding British women scientists and, furthermore, a popular writer. Particular attention is paid to the gender aspects of Somerville's success in what was, to put it mildly, a predominantly male domain. Read more

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Women&Technology, Science&Society