Sponsors, partners and beneficiaries of the RobotScience project at UJ TechnoLab
We are thankful to all our beneficiaries for each new day that we are able to continue making a difference
in the lives of young people.
In June/July 2015 University of Johannesburg TechnoLab is hosting the inaugural First Avenue Institute Girls
Winter Camp in association with University of New Hampshire, USA.
In April 2015 the RobotScience project became a full time project of UJ TechnoLab.
In 2014 the RobotScience project at UJ TechnoLab trained a group of teenagers in robotics sponsored by
the Shuttleworth Foundation.
Click HERE to see some of the high quality training that we were able to
present in 2014 as a result of the generosity of the SHUTTLEWORTH FOUNDATION.
Find out more about SHUTTLEWORTH FOUNDATION
In 2012 The RobotScience project trained eight teenagers from Soweto in robotics at Sci-Bono, Newtown, Johannesburg.
2009 - 2013 RobotScience training in private schools.
2008 a low cost robot teenagers can build themselves called Skippy with the code name P1X8
2005 Michael Ettershank imports an affordable desktop robot called the Boe-Bot from Parallax Inc in the USA.
2001 Michael Ettershank tries to teach electronics to young people at Kids Haven in Benoni, but finds they get bored quickly.
In 2000 Michael Ettershank returns from Atlanta, USA, to South Africa.
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