STEM: Robotics Competition

Experience the Chickasaw Nation

The Chickasaw Nation Science, Technology and Math Program, or STEM, is very cool: it teaches engineering, gravity, electronics, teamwork, web design, sportsmanship, advertising, math and science...and it does it with robots. Follow these students, with the Chickasaw Nation's Metal Mayhem team, as they enter their two robots, Anakin and Luke, in the 2011 Annual First Robotics Regional Competition. Click here for more information.

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