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Posted By KinderLab Robotics On January 31, 2016

KinderLab Robotics Selected for Social Innovation Forum’s 2016 Social Business Accelerator

WALTHAM, MA – January 31, 2016 – KinderLab Robotics, Inc., has been selected for the Social Innovation Forum’s 2016 Social Business Accelerator, a 12-week program designed to give social-purpose businesses access to knowledge, connections, and growth capital that generates both social and financial returns.

SIF-impact-entrepreneurThe Social Innovation Forum (SIF) selected KinderLab, along with 5 other finalists, from a pool of over 50 applicants through an intense and highly competitive screening process. These “Impact Entrepreneurs” will participate in workshops, guest speaker sessions, and one-on-one advising with mentors from the business and startup communities. The program will culminate with pitches to potential investors at SIF’s 4th annual Impact Investing Showcase on Thursday, April 7, 2016.
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Posted By Marina Umaschi Bers On February 17, 2015

KinderLab Robotics opens new headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts

Waltham, MA – February 17, 2015 – KinderLab Robotics, a creator of toys and educational tools that teach four to seven year-olds to program and understand logic, has moved to new office space and manufacturing headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts. The offices and manufacturing space is close to the historic technology hub of Route 128 and is part of the Read More

Posted By Marina Umaschi Bers On January 15, 2015

KinderLab Robotics selected by NSF to exhibit at FETC 2015

FETC 2015 (Booth 1430) – Orlando, Florida – January 20-23, 2015 – KinderLab Robotics, a creator of toys and educational tools that teach four to seven year-olds to program and understand logic, has been selected by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to exhibit at the 2015 FETC conference. The FETC conference brings together technology experts Read More

Posted By KinderLab Robotics On December 17, 2014

KinderLab Robotics poll finds that over half of adults are concerned about teaching kids to code

KinderLab Robotics, a creator of toys and educational tools that teach four to seven year-olds to program and understand logic, conducted an in-person survey of 198 parents, teachers and family members to gauge attitudes towards young children and coding. The survey found that the majority of respondents (65%) considered it ‘incredibly important’ for young children Read More

Posted By KinderLab Robotics On November 14, 2014

KIBO holiday kits put coding concepts in kids’ hands

KinderLab Robotics, a creator of toys and educational tools that teach young children to understand logic and to program, has announced three new kits for its developmentally-appropriate programming robot, KIBO, for the holiday season. KIBO provides a fundamental introduction to technology by using familiar wooden blocks to teach kids aged four to seven how to Read More