Centre for Surgical Invention and Innovation (CSii) - Robotics Competition
Deadline: Extended to May 4th, 2012
The 2012 Robotics & Innovation Competition will showcase innovations from University/college and high school students from across Canada and provide students with the opportunity to network with industry experts, scientists, engineers and academics. The competition is divided and judged in two categories; high school and University/college, and is open to all registered students. Students may enter individually or in groups of up to ten members.
Ten finalists from entries in each of the categories, university/college and high school, will be selected for their innovations at the Robotics & Innovation Showcase.
The finalists will be judged by a distinguished panel of experts who will award prizes to the top three innovations in each category.
The Robotics and Innovation Competition has been designed to provide students from Canadian high schools and universities with the opportunity to challenge their creativity, vision and scientific knowledge to create a working robot that has the potential for commercialization.
Centre for Surgical Invention and Innovation (CSii) strongly feels that students who have a desire to compete in the Robotics Competition should not be excluded because they are unable to purchase the supplies needs to construct their project.
CSii will provide a limited number of grants of up to $500.00 for projects to support funding requirements for robot designs.
Disclaimer: The information in this blog post is provided as a service to the users of our web site. It does not constitute endorsement of the program or activity by Youth Science Canada, or any assessment of its suitability for our users. We encourage site users to investigate thoroughly any program or activity before committing to participate. Youth under 18 are strongly encouraged to check with a parent/guardian before participating in any program - including those offered by Youth Science Canada.
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