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    Weʼve raised £1,570 to help HBS Infinity get to the Vex IQ World Championships held in Kentucky, USA and represent the United Kingdom.

    London, United Kingdom
    Funded on Saturday, 5th May 2018

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    We are HBS Infinity and are a Year 8 VEX IQ team from The Henrietta Barnett School in London. We are also known as 10173G. We are looking to raise £8,000 that allow us to go to World Championships in Louisville, Kentucky, USA in April 2018. The money will go to accomodations, flights and anything we will need throughout our stay. We are truly delighted to be given this once in a lifetime experience. Any donations/sponsorships are encouraged and would greatly help us as they are our only hope to achieve our dream of competing at Worlds in the USA.

    We are extremely passionate about STEM, Robotics and Enginereering and as a result we managed to qualify for Worlds in November 2017 by winning the Excellence Award along with the Driver Skills Award at the Hertfordshire Regionals in Hertfordshire University Sports Village. We also won the STEM Award at the National Vex Competition held in Telford the 1st March 2018.

    Although we love building and driving our robot, we are also extremely interested in the STEM Research aspect of VEX IQ. This year's challenge is based on Robotics Engineering and Ethics in STEM. We have chosen 'Genetic Engineering in Robotics', a topic that we are looking to deeply study in the future. It is a developing field with increbible potential. Genetic engineering gives us many possibilities such as the ability to cure life-threatening diseases and disabilities. We strongly feel that our research will encourage women interested in STEM around the world to share their opinions and experiences.

    If you have any questions about the VEX IQ challenge or sponsorships and donations you can reach us on Twitter at @HBSInfinity or at our team email



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    • Shane Jegathjenan

      Shane Jegathjenan

      Apr 23, 2018

      Good luck Tareta & team! Amazing achievement to even have the opportunity :)


    • Mohanaruban Ruban

      Mohanaruban Ruban

      Apr 23, 2018

      Good luck Tareta and team


    • Sanjay & Shilpa

      Sanjay & Shilpa

      Apr 10, 2018

      Good Luck Anai & GroupSanjay & Shilpa


    • Sabina Caciorgna

      Sabina Caciorgna

      Apr 1, 2018

      Forza ragazze!!!! 🤖🤖🤖

    • Manju Ganatra

      Manju Ganatra

      Mar 30, 2018

      Good Luck Anai!From your grandparents


    • Anju Sherchan

      Anju Sherchan

      Mar 26, 2018

      Good luck Rebecca and Team. Love Anju di


    • Sonal  Mistry

      Sonal Mistry

      Mar 24, 2018

      Girls, you're doing a grand job for a very worthy cause. Blessings to you all


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    HBS Infinity

    HBS Infinity

    London, United Kingdom

    HBS Infinity is an all girls Year 8 Vex IQ robotics team from The Henrieta Barnett School in London, interested in STEM, Robotics and Engineering.

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