About 1,500 teenagers will have the opportunity to get themselves acquainted with the technology innovations at the summer camp of Robotechnic from July 15 up to August 31.
The project is implemented by the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport of Georgia, together with various government entities. The project aims to promote the notion of science, technology, engineering, mathematics, robotics and modern technological achievements, through the implementation of practical-laboratory based projects, in conjunction with developing research skills, creative thinking and popularizing healthy lifestyle.
Robotechnic Summer camp is now open at Giorgi Kvinitadze Cadet Military Lyceum.
About 10 000 students from all regions of Georgia will spend their summer vacation in a fully state funded summer camps this year. Besides Kutaisi, camps are functioning at Shaori Lake, Anaklia, Mankhi, Bakuriani, Tskhvarichamia and Bolnisi.