Founded in 2003 by Robin Shoop, Director of the Carnegie Mellon Robotics Academy, Robomatter provides high-quality and cost-effective K-12 STEM education solutions to prepare students to compete in the emerging economy.
With STEM solutions, Robomatter uses motivational effects of robotics to excite and encourage students about science and technology. Their goal is to provide easy-to-use robotics educational learning resources, many created under license from and in association with Carnegie Mellon University.
They have over one million robot installations with over 16,000 education institutions and over 5,000 Project Lead The Way schools. To date, Robomatter has trained over 11,000 teachers in how to successfully teach STEM with Robotics and Computer Science.
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