Liquid Robotics is launching a grand challenge, scientific Pacific Crossing of 4 ocean robots (Wave Gliders) on 11/17 in San Fran Bay. They will be in the ocean for a year collecting ocean data and continuously feeding of this data back to anyone who registers for the data.
LiquidRobotics is also launching a contest for the most innovative scientific research conducted on the PacX Challenge data. The prize is 6 months of the winner's customized Wave Glider route and sensors. Really cool. Teachers, get in on this!!!
Throughout this year, the LiquidRobotics team wants to work with you, the global educational community as well offer a Young Innovators award at the end.
Get your students involved in following the Wave Gliders over the year with STEM projects.