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CBC Information Morning - Moncton

Jeff Willson - Classroom robots

Air Date: Feb 15, 2017 1:00 AM AT

The executive director of Brilliant Labs talks about new educational robots. A more hands-on learning experience.

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Huddle Today

New Brunswick’s Brilliant Labs Introduces Telepresence Robots

Feb 14, 2017 by Huddle Staff

FREDERICTON – Students and teachers from around New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and beyond will now be able to “beam” into a five-foot tall rolling robot that looks like a computer on wheels to gain access to the tech experts at Brilliant Labs.

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CBC Information Morning -

Fredericton 

Hour Of Code 

December 8, 2014Season 2014, Episode 300194277 14:40

Jeff Willson, the executive director of Brilliant Labs, talks about an initiative to get kids coding.

 

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SAINT JOHN

RIPTIDE 

Island View School Coding Event

 November 28, 2016 Paul Vaughan 

To help celebrate Computer Science Week, taking place from December 5th to 11th, students at Island View School participating in the Hour of Code will not only learn about the importance of coding but they will also get a chance to learn how to code alongside Saint John Riptide Basketball players.

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Huddle Today

Brilliant Labs Wants To Bring An Hour of Code to New Brunswick Schools

Nov 24, 2016

by Book Sadprasid

Brilliant Labs has teamed up with New Brunswick’s department of education to bring an Hour of Code to New Brunswick schools for a week in December.

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CBC NEWS - NEW BRUNSWICK

Grade 6 inventor in Fredericton helps people with disabilities

By Philip Drost, CBC News Posted: Feb 02, 2017 7:30 AM AT Last Updated: Feb 02, 2017 10:51 AM AT

A young student in Fredericton is using her brain to help people with disabilities.

Lily Dolan has created headphones that encourage people with neck problems to keep their heads up. If they don't, the music won't play. 

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CBC NEWS

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Bliss Carman students showcase coding talents with wearable technology 

CBC News Posted: Jun 02, 2016 6:42 AM AT Last Updated: Jun 02, 2016 6:42 AM AT

It took them the better part of the school year but five students from Fredericton's Bliss Carman Middle School have created something truly wonderful.  Their crimson gown, which swirls around the legs of a model, is a piece of wearable technology that incorporates heart. or rather, a heartbeat.

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ADAFRUIT

This is the Perfect LED Dress for a Heart Truth Gala 

#WearableWednesday

JUNE 8, 2016 AT 1:30 AM

This awesome LED gown was designed by students for model Sofia Bossenberry, a young girl that knows what it’s like to have a heart problem. It made its debut at the Heart Truth Gala sponsored by the Heart and Stroke Foundation of New Brunswick, Canada according to CBC News

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CBC Information Morning - Saint John

Students team up for salmon conservation in Hammond River

Air Date: Apr 21, 2016 1:00 AM AT

Andre Robichaud teaches at Fairvale Elementary. Ray Barriault is an instructor at NBCC in Saint John. Neil D'Entremont works at Ernst and Young, volunteers with the technology club at Rothesay High School, and support from Brilliant Labs. 

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Nova Scotia students will get hands-on experience in a variety of disciplines once Brilliant Labs is introduced this fall. (Molly Segal/CBC)

CBC NEWS

Brilliant Labs to spark creativity at Nova Scotia schools

CBC News Posted: Apr 07, 2015 11:31 AM AT Last Updated: Apr 07, 2015 11:31 AM 

The province is spending $400,000 to bring Brilliant Labs to each school board, a program that gives students a chance to experience everything from metalworking to fashion design to computer programming.

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THE CHRONICLE HERALD 

Brilliant Labs to bring hands-on tech learning to some Nova Scotia schools

FRANCES WILLICK EDUCATION REPORTER 
Published April 7, 2015 - 11:46am 

Students across the province will soon have access to 3-D printers, robotics and video production equipment through a new lab to be introduced in September. 

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JOSHUA GALLIEN, 9 ANS, ESPÈRE QUE SON INVENTION AIDERA LES PERSONNES NON-VOYANTES.

Acadie Nouvelle

Saint-Antoine: un élève de 9 ans invente un soulier intelligent [vidéo]

Par ANTHONY DOIRON 

mardi 26 mai 2015

SAINT-ANTOINE – Un élève de 9 ans de l’École Camille-Vautour, à Saint-Antoine, a inventé un soulier électronique qui permet d’augmenter la sécurité des personnes non voyantes.

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high school entrepreneurs did battle Tuesday at the Student Superpower Challenge

THE CHRONICLE HERALD 

Student Superpower Challenge puts tech ideas in spotlight

Published April 5, 2016 - 7:20pm  
Last Updated April 6, 2016 - 11:09am

A keen band of high school entrepreneurs did battle Tuesday at the Student Superpower Challenge, a competition to encourage high school students to devise tech-based solutions to real-world problems.

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Entrevestor.com

Brilliant Labs Takes Hold in NS

June 24, 2015

by Sabina Wex

Brilliant Labs helps to teach students about technology through project-based learning, especially within the classroom. The not-for-profit uses projects, such as jewellery-making, video game design and entrepreneurship, to teach people about how they can not only consume technology, but create it. Brilliant Labs Nova Scotia received $400,000 from the provincial government in April. 

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