Interested in the awesome world of robotics? Want to sharpen your STEM skills? Then this competition might be for you…
The New Zealand Space Agency is looking for students to take part in the Kibo Robot Programming Challenge. Competiting against teams across the country, you must repair a leak on the International Space Station by writing code for two free flying robots. The winners will go through to the next round and go head to head with teams around Asia.
So if you’re interested in engineering, space or data science, looking to develop your skills and gain expereience, get involved! The deadline for applications is Sunday 16 May. Find out more and sign up here>