Roamer’s long-time educational adviser receives prestigious award
The National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates (NAMEPA) honoured Dr Lowenstein for her efforts to promote equitable education with their “2016 Wings to Succeed Award”. Ronnie’s tireless efforts in advising and encouraging Roamer’s development is one example of her contribution. Continue reading
Waves of Change – Your Chance to Find out How.
Scientist turned science fiction writer Isaac Asimov, invented three laws of robotics. The first law says a robot may not injure a human being, yet war drones regularly buzz around battlefields. When educational robot Roamer heard about the European Pledge to Peace it just had to help. How can it do this? Continue reading
Roamer Does Its Maths Thing Again
Once again Roamer will be challenging students to find the Biggest Number at a Big Bang Event. This time time it is the Big Bang Fair South East 2015. Once again as guests of the Institute of Mathematics we will be supporting the Crawley STEMfest on the 30th June.
Swashbuckle Roamer Success
The Glasgow Commonwealth Games has drawn to a close. Roamer played its part in the fun and games as part of the BBC’s Digizone. In a fantastic 3 days over 600 children programmed Roamer pirate ships to find the treasure. Favourite Pirate joke supplied by James age 4. Q. Why are Pirates Pirates? A. They just arrrrr! Clearly a Billy Connelly in the making!
Roamer Continues its Work at the Museum
According to Dan Noren Roamer has been one of the most successful parts of the interactive displays at Chaners Computer Place, Museum of Science Boston. Prototypes of the new Roamer took part in the inaugural National Robotics week, where visitor engaged in the Robot Rally Race Activity.