Anderson robotics competition team: ‘It’s not BattleBots’

Now a Turpin High School student and a robotics competition champion, Motz and his 7 Sigma teammates are focused on educating others about the activity they love. Last season 7 Sigma earned the Presidents’ Silver Volunteer Service Award in recognition of the 550 plus hours of community service. “We’re the only team

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iSPACE Executive Director interviewed on Cincinnati Edition

Joining us for a look at the STEM programs iSPACE offers are Founder and Board Member Linda Neenan and their new Executive Director, Sue Williams.

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Channel 12 Newsmakers

iSPACE Executive Director, Linda Neenan, appears on Cincinnati Local Channel 12 Newsmakers segment.

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iSPACE Summer Day Camps Now Open

iSPACE is offering over 30 interactive camps for over 600 grades K-12 scientists this summer. iSPACE ignites imaginations and transforms campers into robotics engineers and rocket scientists! In our engaging, hands-on summer day camps, we spark interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).

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Do kids with LEGOs turn into engineers?

It’s not vocabulary kindergarten students would normally know. “A gear train!” they yell, asked what it’s called when one gear is hooked to another, and another, and so on. If two gears are connected, and one is turned, which direction will the other move? “Opposite!” they yell.

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Cincinnati urban schools get an engineering Leg(o) up

During a kindergarten math class at Roselawn Condon School,  teachers throw around terms like schematic, fulcrum, balanced and unbalanced. This “Language of Lego,” as it’s being called, is coming early for these five and six year olds to prepare them for a possible career in engineering. Roselawn Condon, a STEM

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