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Their STEM project to help first responders won these Forsyth County students first place at a world championship
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Coal Mountain Elementary School students Landon Dykes, 11, and Nathan Lee, 10, stand with their robot at the 2019 VEX IQ Robotics World Championship held in Louisville, Ky. on April 28, 2019. Dykes and Lee received the STEM Research Award at the championship for their project involving first responder response times. (Photo for the Forsyth County News)
Out of hundreds of elementary students from around the world, two Forsyth County STEM students were recently awarded a top prize for their project to help quicken the response time of first responders using engineering and math.