High School Students Using Additive Manufacturing for Robot Design Contest

Scientist and engineers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) are lending their time and knowledge to students at eight different high school, as students design and build their robots for the FIRST Robotic Competition. Not only do students get more exposure to the science and engineering industries, the benefits of additive manufacturing are also being realized on a larger scale. Read more in “ORNL offers mentors, working space for students to build robots.”

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