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Why American women are too smart to become robotics engineers

Why American women are too smart to become robotics engineers | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
The lack of women in robotics is quite palpable.  I’m not going to quote statistics about the lack of women in robotics because the readers of this blog have been in robotics engineering shops and ...
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Robot contest challenges 1st-year engineers - OSU - The Lantern

Robot contest challenges 1st-year engineers - OSU - The Lantern | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Robot contest challenges 1st-year engineersOSU - The LanternBy Ritika Shah Robots built by 1st-year engineering students sit on display at the 2012 Robot Competition hosted by the College of Engineering at St.
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State-of-the-Art Murata Boy Robot to Visit Mouser Electronics

State-of-the-Art Murata Boy Robot to Visit Mouser Electronics | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
Mouser Electronics, Inc., regarded as one of the industry’s top design engineering resources and global distributors for semiconductors and electronic components, today announced that it will be visited by the amazing Murata Boy, the world renowned...
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Top Universities for Engineering & Technology 2011-2012

The 50 best Engineering & Technology universities in the World University Rankings published by Times Higher Education. Official 2011-2012 results.

 

Naturally, I also appreciate Australia having 3 universities in top 50.

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Lego for girls, this time hardware-hacker style

Lego for girls, this time hardware-hacker style | The Robot Times | Scoop.it
One hacker has her own idea of what a Lego set for girls should be. If 10,000 people agree with her, the toymaker could find itself producing her hacker-focused design. Read this blog post by Daniel Terdiman on Crave.
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