First Lady Sandra Granger at the opening of the 2nd Annual Stem Guyana Robotics exhibition at the Cliff Anderson Sports Hall. The exhibition, which was held on Saturday, showcased the creativity of young people in their community and country at large.
STEM clubs from across the country had their robot creations on display at the exhibition. The exhibition illustrated how robotics can be used to enhance Media, Agriculture, telecommunication and a lot more.
The Belladrum Stem club for example, which was awarded at the exhibition for being the most outstanding club, designed their robot to separate recyclable and non-recyclable waste materials. The Kuru Kururu club had a robot modeled after an oil rig. The Tuschen Academy for the hearing impaired showed that they were not to be left out of the technology wave consuming Guyana. Their robot was programed to move like a snake