Articles & Publicity
An article from Source America that explaines the app and how it works, and its impact.
An article explaining the JuiceBox in detail and featuring members of the InvenTeam, also complementing them on their success in the Lexus Eco Challenge.
A short article on the JuiceBox is mentioned in Willamette Week. They feature some InvenTeam members and the recent success in the Lexus Eco Challenge.
The Oregonian writes an article featuring the JuiceBox, interviewing four InvenTeam members and highlighting the importance of the JuiceBox in Hazelnut Grove.
The Crescent Valley High School robotics team mentions BunnyBots as a preparation for the build season and as practice for the new members of their team.
Team Quantum, one of our FLL teams, qualified for the World Festival at the Oregon State Championship! Quantum was coached by Jacob Bendicksen '16, our co-captain and outreach and marketing manager.
Portland City Commissioner, Amanda Fritz, sent us this letter congratulating us on the InvenTeam grant we received from the Lemelson-MIT Inventeams initiative.
We presented at the OMSI Mini Maker Faire, an event designed to get kids into engineering. KGW featured us with Drew Carney, one of their reporters. We got to show off our robot to a lot of people, and it was a big success. (Video)
Two was the lucky number for Yale Fan and Kevin Ellis, FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) Team 1540 members who won the "Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award," presented each year to two of the top three individual projects at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair held this spring in San Jose, CA.
Thousands of girls around the world participate in FIRST robotics undefined but mostly in the marketing, spirit, and outreach areas of their robotics team.In response to this gender gap, Catlin Gabel’s “Flaming Chickens” robotics team hosted the first annual Girl’s Generation robotics competition at Catlin Gabel.