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LEGOs for the EARTH!

LEGOs and the environment finally collide as the organization FIRST (For Inspiration and where to buy generic viagra Recognition of Science and Technology) launches a new season of the FIRST LEGO League. This league, consisting of more than 100,000 middle schools students in 38 countries, is geared with the task of trying to help solve the order propica world's energy problems....with LEGOs.

FIRST is focusing its students on using LEGO MINDSTORM technologies and LEGO play materials to generate solutions around energy management and conservation as part of its 2007 Power Puzzle Challenge. Teams will be asked to program LEGO robots to help out in "missions exploring solar panels on houses, hydro-dams, wind turbines and planting trees," among other tasks.

Children in the FIRST program will work alongside adult mentors to do the scientific research and hands-on robotic work necessary to cialis headaches fulfill their missions. A similar challenge is buy now online propecia being issued to the Junior FIRST Lego League as well, though it is more age appropriate for 6 to 9 year olds.

FIRST worked with a number of organizations, including the Department of cialis low price Chemical Engineering at the University of South Carolina, to develop this year's challenge.

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A fantastic initiative
written by weee, September 11, 2007
well done Lego for taking a lead.

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