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EdNex Make X Robotics Competition

  • September 25, 2019

MakeX is a robotics competition platform that promotes multidisciplinary learning within the fields of science and technology. It aims at building a world where STEAM education is highly appreciated and where young people are passionate about innovation by engaging them in exciting Robotics Competition, STEAM Carnival etc. The competition is organized by EdNex in collaboration with Madeblock, China. The regional level finals will happen on 16th November 2019.

MakeX is a robotics competition platform that promotes multidisciplinary learning within the fields of science and technology. It aims at building a world where STEAM education is highly appreciated and where young people are passionate about innovation by engaging them in exciting Robotics Competition, STEAM Carnival etc. The competition is organized by EdNex in collaboration with Madeblock, China. The regional level finals will happen on 16th November 2019.

EdNex Make X Robotics Competition MakeX is a robotics competition platform that promotes multidisciplinary learning within the fields of science and technology. It aims at building a world where STEAM education is highly appreciated and where young people are passionate about innovation by engaging them in exciting Robotics Competition, STEAM Carnival etc. The competition is organized by EdNex in collaboration with Madeblock, China. The regional level finals will happen on 16th November 2019. When: — Where: Category:

MAHE Dubai's School of Engineering & IT is the Knowledge Partner for Make X Robotics Competition organized The orientation session organized for the school students at MAHED on 25th September 2019.

This competition attracted more IB curriculum students, they were given a demonstration about competition rules, technical details, and other inputs. The session was handled by Prof.Ganesan Subramanian and Mr.Sabel, STEM Manager, EdNex, Dubai. 2019 MakeX Robotics Competition, themed City Lights, challenges young people to solve real-world problems we may face every day including environmental pollution, food safety, recycling, viral infection and more by applying STEAM concepts.