Lessons in robotics

PUBLISHED: 15:00 21 November 2011

All the UoB and UWE University students and Nailsea School children pose for a photo.

All the UoB and UWE University students and Nailsea School children pose for a photo.

PUPILS from Nailsea School spent the day learning about robotics with students at Bristol University.

Twelve year nine pupils acted as stakeholders for a new product which is being developed by six groups of university students which will demystify robotic concepts for children.

Students from Bristol University and the University of the West of England have developed a product which will excite and teach a new generation robotics concepts to help them learn more about mechanical engineering, software programming, electronics and psychology.


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