Posted By KinderLab Robotics On August 31, 2016
“A Massachusetts-based company has created a new way of engaging children as young as age four in technology. Interacting with small ‘KIBO’ robots made by KinderLab Robotics, children can be miniature engineers, designers, artists, dancers, choreographers and writers, learning new ways of thinking as they program robots to dance salsa or race with other robots.”
Read the whole article by Deborah Leipziger in Banner Biz Magazine’s September 2016 Issue.
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On July 26, 2016
“When Marina Bers and Mitch Rosenberg met at a 9-year-old’s birthday party in May 2011, they discussed a business idea, fittingly, for children. They arrived with their kids, who went to school together, and Bers buttonholed Rosenberg—who had a background in engineering and marketing—to discuss a prototype she was developing: A robotic toy that teaches Read More
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On May 6, 2016
Chicos de 4 a 7 años aprenden a programar computadoras con una app desarrollada por una científica Argentina
Argentina’s La Nacion newspaper covered our co-founder Marina Bers work with KIBO and ScratchJr. Read article at www.lanacion.com.ar/1895953-chicos-de-4-a-7-anos-aprenden-a-programar-computadoras-con-una-app-desarrollada-por-una-cientifica-argentina
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On April 21, 2016
Can KIBO help kids with autism to collaborate and problem-solve? Tufts researchers are working with Ann Sullivan Center Panama (CASPAN) to find out. Read article at http://laestrella.com.pa/vida-de-hoy/tecnologia/robot-clases-junto-ninos-autismo/23933327
Posted By KinderLab Robotics On August 4, 2015
View article at http://www.cnbc.com/2015/08/04/the-toys-that-could-help-close-silicon-valleys-gender-gap.html.