RICHARD NEWMAN AND THE LARGEST ROBOT COLLECTION IN THE WORLD 9/6/2012

Richard Newman

Co Host: Monica Rosales of DOCMIAMI.ORG

Have you ever wished you had performed better in Math & Science when you were in school? Have you ever wished you had received better grades? Many females specially are afraid of these subjects and try to avoid them as much as they can. Where was Richard Newman when we were struggling and hanging by a string? Boys and girls have distinct ways of learning and no one understands that better than Richard Newman. This show is for the Genius in all of us!

Richard Newman is well known and respected in the science field who is credited, in part, with having the Largest Robot Collection in the World, opening 22 Science & Technology Centers at schools, scout camps, science museums and study centers across the country, judging various science fairs and served on the Board of Directors of a large Science Museum in Florida. He has received numerous awards and honors from such established and respected organizations as NASA and the American Institute of the City of New York. He co-hosted a nationally broadcast science show called “Earth Lab” and has been featured in over 200 newspapers, magazines, movies and television programs around the world for his accomplishments as well as the exhibiting of his collections of international space items, robots and electric vehicles. He is currently on the Board of Directors of “Science-A-Peel” and is also a member of numerous science associations and organizations.
Tune in, this is going to be awesome!

2 comments on “RICHARD NEWMAN AND THE LARGEST ROBOT COLLECTION IN THE WORLD 9/6/2012

  1. Great I’ll be there I know the two big robots very Well 🙂 the left one is Robbie from ” The Forbidden Planet ” movie & the right one is just called Robot from the tv series “lost in space” & Robbie did guest appearances on lost in space too 🙂

  2. Everyone has seen the tired old science fair project, such as the volcano or the styrofoam solar system, which have been favorites of many parents for what feels like generations. These projects are relatively simple and easy from the parent’s point of view, but they are incredibly bad choices for the children involved. Why?These are the kind of projects that are so well-known that even the students know what is going to happen. And when that happens, the students are not learning anything, and their performance suffers during the presentation portion of science fairs because of it. Science fair judges have gotten bored with these types of projects, and that’s a big problem for students who endeavor to win prizes in their science fair. In the end, this kind of project is only really good for the parents, and surprisingly, these kinds of projects are not even particularly cheap!;

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