Do you have the skills it takes to construct a Lego robot and make it assemble a nut and bolt together? Dozens of high school students had that chance during the 11th annual Oxford Invitational Youth Robotics Challenge. The teams came from all over the London Economic Region, including Aylmer, Dorchester, Woodstock and London. They all had nearly two months to work as a team, design and create a robot that would assemble the nut and bolt together. The teams learned how to work together, problem solve and think creatively in order to create their robot. Team "Beavertronics" from Lord Dorchester Secondary School was the platinum winner for the third year in a row. For more information visit www.oxfordroboticschallenge.com.