Methodist Girls' students win world robotics competition in USA

Methodist Girls' students win world robotics competition in USA

Students from the Methodist Girls' High School in Ghana have won the 2019 World Robotics Championships for high schools, held in Michigan in the United States.

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Celebrations are in order because students from the Methodist Girls' High School have won a high school level World Robotics Championship in the United States.

The all-girl team excited the jury and attendees with their knowledge of robotics as well as their builds of robotic prototypes.

The 20th edition of the robotic-driven approach in solving tasks saw the school from Ghana excelling beyond expectations.

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According to the Daily Graphic, the task given comprised building a robot to arrange boxes according to a binary number given. This binary number is unveiled when all robots are impounded.

MEGHIS, as they are called affectionately, had earlier triumphed from the preliminary contests held in Ghana among all the top senior high schools.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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