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Nearly 1,000 students on 41 high school teams from across the state are gathering at Grand Valley State University to compete in the FIRST Robotics District Competition March 16-17.
A three-team alliance from Grand Blanc, Auburn Hills and Lansing won the 2012 Kettering University FIRST Robotics District Competition Saturday in Flint.
Thirty-nine of the state’s best FIRST Robotics high school teams will compete March 2-3 at the 2012 Kettering University FIRST Robotics District competition in Flint.
It’s that time of year again — competition in Michigan’s FIRST Robotics district tournaments. Here’s a rundown of this year’s game, the new schools, and the tournament sites.
The Chrysler Foundation Thursday named 22 FIRST Robotics and FIRST Lego League teams as recipients as $133,000 in grants.
Kettering University in Flint has been selected as one of 74 host sites worldwide for the official opening of the 2012 FIRST Robotics competition season.
Some 48 regional winners are headed to Flint this weekend for the Flint FIRST Lego League Championship games, which run all day Saturday, Dec. 10, at Carman-Ainsworth Middle School.
Community Choice Credit Union has continued a pattern of giving big to ignite innovation in Michigan by making a $2,000 donation to FIRST Robotics in Livonia.