In 2023, the world’s attention turned to the World Robotics Championship, where participants from all corners of the globe competed to showcase their skills in the field of robotics. Among the participants were three teams from Libya, who managed to make a significant impact in the competition with their innovative and creative solutions.
When I first joined Mukhtar Robotics Team 2020-2021, at that time I didn’t know what FIRST Tech Challenge Libya and STEM mean and what they stand for. I was picked by my teachers they had the belief that I will do much in our school robotics Team and I did. Do you know what was … Read moreAlumni Stories: Saja Dardour from Mukhtar Robotics Team
It was only three years ago when I was just a little girl trying to know herself well. I didn’t know who I was, what I want to do, and what my passions are in life, it was hard to do all this without a helping hand. Luckily, I found my helping hand at a … Read moreAlumni Stories: Duaa Elhaddad from LYBOTICS Girls Team
I have always been curious and fascinated at the same time with how things work and operate. In 2019, I had the opportunity to join the LYBOTICS Youth Team and do just that and more! I participated with the team in FIRST Global Challenge 2019 Dubai and FIRST Robotics Competition 2018-2019 Turkey. I also delivered … Read moreAlumni Stories: Ali Gosea from LYBOTICS Youth Team
“For long and we have been waiting for such opportunities, to show the world that we are willing to cooperate and build bridges to better our communities and the world” – FIRST Tech Challenge Libya Team More than 30 thousand people attended the FIRST World Robotics Championship to celebrate the science and technology leaders of … Read moreLibya at the World Robotics Championship USA – Mukhtar Robotics Team
The Future MakersThe greatest appeal of our FIRST Tech Challenge Libya tournament is its simplicity! Losers weren’t eliminated! They learn a lot of lessons surrounded by exciting vibes and new skills. And winners were advanced to the next round which is more “Viral and Global”!Time is too short, the regional tournament concluded with good feedback … Read moreUS Ambassador Norland wishes luck to the Libyan Robotics Team before traveling to the USA for Worlds Champs
A number of students competed in the final stage of our Libya regional robotics championship. This was held on 17 and 18 of February where teams of students are tasked with designing and building robots and they were surrounded with challenging and positive vibes. Teams from all around Libya came to join this championship. Twenty-two … Read moreUntil we meet again – Robotics in Libya