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Robotics help kids have fun with science

Shenendehowa High School's Team 20 college mentor Carl Springli, left, and team members discuss strategy for their quarterfinal match at the FIRST world championships in St. Louis last month.
Shenendehowa High School's Team 20 college mentor Carl Springli, left, and team members discuss strategy for their quarterfinal match at the FIRST world championships in St. Louis last month.
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The influence of Tech Valley is trickling down to the students who may be the next GE engineers and GlobalFoundries technicians with robotics, an activity that combines science with fun. Robotics was until recently an obscure club — it attracted 18 students at Ballston Spa High School when the school first started a team five years ago. It’s now grown in Ballston Spa to about 40 teens at the high school and another 70 students ...


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