Are you STEM enough to be a farmer for the world's future cities?
Real-life skills at work. Stateline Robotics (FRC 4655) is in the news for modifying a motorized toy car into a pretty amazing wheelchair for a seven-year-old with cerebral palsy, Jack Hughes (and..
So, the annual FIRST Championship isn't just robots. The Innovation Fair showcases companies and technologies changing the world. Explore the floor with FIRST alumna and actress Emma Dumont...
In a noisy robotics workshop where girls in goggles belted Hamilton numbers and screwed metal pieces together with specialized tools, Langley Turcsanyi constructs a circuit board on the prototype for..
Thirteen of the fourteen students on The Underdogs (FRC 7906) were refugees from seven countries. None had STEM experience when they joined the team. That didn't stop the Cottonwood High School team..
My name is Katie Johnson, and I’ve grown up in FIRST programs. My parents have coached teams since I was two years old, and I always knew that I wanted to get involved as soon as I could. I joined a ..
About 20 percent of Boneyard Robotics’ 37-member team has autism. In fact, almost half of FRC 2682 (Winterville, North Carolina) has a diagnosis such as autism spectrum disorder, attention deficit..
The annual FIRST Championship is a chance to hand out lots of awards, and we asked FIRST alumna and television actress Emma Dumont to help out. Here are some of her favorite moments from a tour of..
In an interview in Forbes, Vinodh Gopal talks about life as an inventor, including his work with FIRST Robotics Competitions and FIRST LEGO League: