Mexican students win direct pass to Robotics World Championship

Seven teams made up of PrepaTec students already have their direct pass to the robotics world FIRST Robotics Competition, which will be held next April in Houston, Texas, in the United States.

According to Cultura Colectiva news portal, the competition that seeks to develop science and math skills in Mexican children and young people started with the first qualifying regional in Mexico, this Saturday, March 9, held at the Tecnológico de Monterrey, Monterrey Campus.

(Photo: am.com.mx)

PrepaTec students will face young people from different countries at the World Cup in Houston.
PrepaTec Lambot, from San Luis Potosí; PrepaTec Botbusters, from Monterrey, and PrepaTec Sigma Robotics, from Chihuahua, formed the winning alliance that won the final and the direct pass to Houston.

Botbusters also won the most important prize of the tournament, which granted them a direct pass: the Chairman’s Award, for their outstanding social work in aid of the community.

SMT Newsroom with information from am.com.mx



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