The RoboAzTechs were invited by our friends at El Paso STEM Foundation to present what we do in robotics and to show our robots in action. We graciously accepted the invitation and presented on October 17, 2015. More information about the Insights Museum below.
If you remember the energy-sparking Tesla coil, the swirling tornado-maker or the angular momentum machine, you might be excited to hear this: Insights El Paso Science Center Inc. is reopening.
The museum, housed inside the former Alamo Elementary School in the Segundo Barrio, may not be selfie ready, but leaders say the must-see factor will be in the STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) related exhibits, some old and some new.
The museum will open June 15 in South El Paso at 521 S. Tays.
“They’ve been working on various rooms and we’re continuing to build on exhibits. I know that there are many people that are excited to come to the Insights again. People who came as children are ready to bring their children,” said Insights board President Ellen Esposito. “We’re looking forward to have that connection back with the community.”
The original Insights museum, a nonprofit center, was torn down in March 2013 to make way for the construction of the baseball stadium in Downtown. After the demolition, a majority of the exhibits were moved into the Alamo campus.