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Rocky Mountain BEST Game Day Robotics Competition

DENVER, CO - October 15: Aurora Frontier P-8 team members Order of the Silver Wings from left to right, Wehida Sehar, 12, Yohan Young, 13, and Trinity Taylor, 12, make adjustments on their robot including duck tape on their robot in the pits in between rounds during the 7th annual Rocky Mountain BEST (Boosting Engineering, Science and Technology) Game Day robotic competition, Bet the Farm at the Auraria Campus Events Center October 15, 2016. Game day is the six-week finale for 29 student teams including teachers and mentors to showcase their robots, guiding them through a maze of challenges and obstacles in the farm-themed game to collect points and advance to later rounds. Six-weeks ago student teams were given the rules and regulations along with identical robot parts to build their robots. Last week, teams were allowed to test out their robots made of wood, styrofoam, metal, tape, electronics and other materials. Saturday's finale included carefully judged competition, exhibits, mascot competitions and an awards ceremony. Students had to diagnose and problem solve throughout the day involving a high degree of teamwork adopting similar skills that would help them in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) related careers. (Photo by Andy Cross/The Denver Post via Getty Images)
Rocky Mountain BEST Game Day Robotics Competition : News Photo
Rocky Mountain BEST Game Day Robotics Competition : News Photo
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