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Robot wars: interest increases in school competition

3rd March, 2019
Bob Savage, managing director and vice president EMEA, Dell EMC Centre of Excellence, and chairperson of CIT Governing Body

The finals of the 2019 Dell EMC VEX IQ Primary School Competition took place in Cork Institute of Technology (CIT) on Thursday, February 14. Some 550 primary school students from 99 schools across the country were competing for a spot at the VEX World Competition.

The aim of the competition is to engage students in Stem (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) skills. Students design and built robots to play against other teams.

Bandon Bridge National School in Co Cork...

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