STUDENTS from across the region are taking part in the 13th Annual Central Queensland Junior Robotics Competition today.

Hosted at the CQ Community Sports Centre at CQUniversity's Rockhampton North campus, a record total of 53 teams have registered with 176 participants from 17 schools across the CQ region.

Organising Chair for the competition, Jason Bell says the event is a great way for school students (both Primary and Secondary), from Bundaberg to Mackay, to get involved in Science and Technology!

For more information on the competition, check out http://cqjrc.cqu.edu.au/.
 



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