E3 Robotics file photo

Colin Brown, 4, and Acy Brown, 8, look at the FTC Toxic Team's robot during an open house at the studio. E3 Robotics Center was recently awarded a grant from the Bayer Foundation to support the program.

ELKHART — Students at E3 Robotics Center received grant funding for three of their FIRST Robotics teams as they work to enhance their skills in science and engineering.

Bayer Fund, a philanthropic arm of Bayer, recently awarded a one-time $4,500 grant to the combined Cryonics, Gas Attendants and Bawk-ettes teams to support their participation in the three levels of FIRST Robotics programming in the fourth- through 12th grades.

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